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Former Steelers Coach Bill Cowher Moving On Up To Deluxe Condo On East Side

Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher is moving on up to a deluxe condo on the east side. The New York Observer reports Wednesday that Cowher paid $2.65 million for a 1,500 square foot, two bedroom, condo in Manhattan\’s Upper East Side recently, that overlooks portions of Central Park. While most everyone will try […]

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A Busy First Week Of Training Camp For The Steelers

By Jeremy Hritz Wednesday marked the beginning of training camp for the Pittsburgh Steelers as they began their journey to claim their seventh Lombardi trophy. Throughout the week, there were several pieces of news that were either worthy or celebration, consideration, or concern. Below is a look at the week that was. DeCastro Signs on […]

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Steelers Extend Contract Of Mike Tomlin Through 2016 Season

In a much anticipated move, the Pittsburgh Steelers have announced that head coach Mike Tomlin’s contract has been extended through the 2016 season on the eve of the team reporting to training camp, according to Ed Bouchette on Twitter. “We are pleased to announce that Mike Tomlin will remain with the Steelers for at least […]

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History Says Division Championship For Steelers In 2012

By Jeremy Hritz Without question, the Pittsburgh Steelers are one of the most storied teams in the history of the NFL, with several legendary players and coaches. With current head coach Mike Tomlin entering his sixth season with the Steelers, it is impressive to consider the performances of the teams he has led. To gain […]

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Ike Taylor Knows Adversity And How To Overcome It

By Jeremy Hritz Every NFL player has had a bad game. Some occur without any significant impact on the outcome, but if you are Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor in January’s Wild Card game against the Denver Broncos, your poor performance ultimately seals your team’s fate. There is no question that Taylor played one of […]

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Looking Back At The Circumstances That Led To Kendrell Bell Starting As A Rookie

The excitement about third round draft pick Sean Spence is back in full swing after the comments made by Kevin Colbert, Dick LeBeau and Keith Butler following the OTA sessions that wrapped up last week. While it is great that the rookie seems to be picking things up so fast, it is pretty close to […]

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Recipe For Success: Player Discipline

By Christopher DiMarino I live in an area deep with sports history. There has been a lot of success here and it is home to many dedicated fans. Unfortunately I\’m not one of them. That is of course because I live right outside of Detroit. Don\’t get me wrong, I don\’t hate the Lions. In […]

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Mike Tomlin Is The 7th Highest Paid NFL Coach According To Forbes Magazine

Forbes Magazine has released its top 10 list of highest-paid coaches in sports and Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin makes the list at 9th overall with an annual salary of $5.75 million. Tomlin is the 7th highest paid NFL coach on the list behind Bill Belichick, Mike Shanahan, Jeff Fisher, Pete Carroll, Lovie Smith […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – May 15th – Boomer Speculates Cowher Return Edition

Steelers seventh round pick Kelvin Beachum received his Master’s degree from SMU on Saturday and he also delivered the commencement address for his class as well. Bill Cowher is now the spokesman for a campaign launched Tuesday called “Melanoma Exposed”, The effort is to educate all Americans — but particularly men, about the form of […]

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The Chris Rainey Dynamic Part 2: The Big League

By Christopher DiMarino Chris Rainey. What an addition. How many teams added a guy in the 5th round that had everyone talking? There is no doubt that Rainey is a high level talent, but is he a high risk high reward type of player? This is the big question on his shoulders. Eternally positive Pittsburgh […]

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Steelers Rewind – Looking Back In Steelers History (Draft Edition Pt. 2)

By Christina Rivers In part one of the \’draft edition\’ of our weekly series \’Steelers Rewind\’, we talked about some past players and their draft stories.  This week we\’ll cover some draft history of players still with the Steelers and some other relevant stories.  As always, we hope that these rewind articles help shed light […]

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Heath Miller Was Not An Obvious First Round Pick In 2005 Either

The Pittsburgh Steelers signed free agent tight end Leonard Pope on Tuesday and immediately most in Steeler Nation speculate that there is absolutely no way the Steelers will now consider drafting a tight end in the first round of the draft later this month. When you look at the odds from a distance and mix […]

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Steelers Rewind – Looking Back In Steelers History (March 24 – 31)

Histories are as perfect as the Historian is wise, and is gifted with an eye and a soul.   —Thomas Carlyle Often the history of the Pittsburgh Steelers is riddled with imperfections, and those who write about it just as flawed.  Last week we had a small error in one of our photos (and it was […]

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Will Cordy Glenn Fall to the Steelers?

By Jeremy Hritz Another week closer to the NFL Draft, and the needs of the Steelers have not changed. Last week, I posted the first edition of my mock draft, and without surprise, I have the Steelers selecting inside linebacker Dont’a Hightower with their first round selection. While my belief has not changed about the […]

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Steelers Rewind – Looking Back At February & March 2000

By Christina Rivers “Whoever wishes to foresee the future must consult the past; for human events ever resemble those of preceding times. This arises from the fact that they are produced by men who ever have been, and ever shall be, animated by the same passions, and thus they necessarily have the same results.” – […]

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How The 2001 Draft Led To Casey Hampton

By Christina Rivers It was 2001. The Pittsburgh Steelers had drafted two wide receivers in the first round the previous two years (Troy Edwards and Plaxico Burress). The Steelers were targeting defensive linemen, and for the first time since 1990, they ended up doing something they very seldom ever do; trading down. The result was […]

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Omar Khan Unlikely To Get GM Job Until Bill Cowher Returns To Coaching

There was a report this week that the St. Louis Rams wanted to interview Pittsburgh Steelers Business & Football Administration Coordinator Omar Khan on Thursday for their open General Manager position, but Mark Kaboly from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review let me know today that he knows for a fact the interview did not take place. As […]

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Todd Haley Press Conference Recap – Steelers New Offensive Coordinator

The Pittsburgh Steelers introduced Todd Haley as their new offensive coordinator on Thursday and here are a few of talking points from the noon presser. Mike Tomlin introduced Haley and said during the introduction that Haley brings some intangibles that he desires. He went on to say that he was impressed with Haley for his […]

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Report: Steelers Were Interested In Tom Clements As Next Offensive Coordinator

Not surprisingly, It was announced yesterday that the Green Bay Packers named Tom Clements their new offensive coordinator. Clements had been the Packers quarterbacks coach since 2006 and was the obvious choice to replace Joe Philbin, who left to become the head coach of the Miami Dolphins after the 2011 season. Clements, who previously served […]

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Don’t Count Out Koogs

By Jeremy Hritz Jim Irsay, who is becoming more eccentric with each passing day, and the Indianapolis Colts wasted no time in hiring a replacement head coach for Jim Caldwell. Nor did they hesitate in hiring a new offensive coordinator. Within eight days, Chuck Pagano, one-time defensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens, was hired to […]

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Report: Steelers Have Not Contacted Packers QB Coach Tom Clements

WPXI Sports Director Alby Oxenreiter reports via Twitter that Green Bay Packers quarterbacks coach Tom Clements has not heard from the Pittsburgh Steelers about their offensive coordinator opening. Clements has long been speculated as a possible candidate for the job as he is a Pittsburgh native and was the quarterbacks coach for the Steelers under […]

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Colts Expected To Hire Steelers LB Coach Keith Butler As Defensive Coordinator

The Pittsburgh Steelers appear to be losing another coach on their staff as according Adam Schefter, Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano plans to hire Steelers linebackers coach, Keith Butler as his new defensive coordinator. The Colts added former Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians on Saturday and the three were all on the Cleveland Browns […]

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Report: Former Steelers OC Bruce Arians Has Had Talks With Other Teams

File this report in the “doesn\’t mean crap” category but it is my duty to pass along the report by Jason La Canfora on Twitter today that stated former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians has had talks with other NFL teams since it was announced last week that he would not be back with […]

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Report: Packers Expected To Promote QB Coach Tom Clements To Offensive Coordinator

While it is not official yet, the Green Bay Packers are expected to promote quarterback coach Tom Clements to offensive coordinator according to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. The Packers previous offensive coordinator, Joe Philbin, was named head coach of the Miami Dolphins on Friday. Silverstein reports that a source familiar with the Packers […]

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Looking At The Steelers Top Offensive Coordinator Candidates To Replace Bruce Arians

The news officially broke this morning that Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians will not be back in 2012 according to a statement by head coach Mike Tomlin. With the offensive coordinator position now open I have put together a list below of the likeliest candidates to be the Steelers next offensive coordinator. Tomlin will […]

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Steelers Offensive Coordinator Bruce Arians Retires

Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians is reportedly retiring according to the Steelers official Twitter account. Arians has been the Steelers offensive coordinator since 2007 after being promoted from wide receivers coach after Ken Whisenhunt left to become the Arizona Cardinals head coach. Arians had contemplated retirement last offseason because of health reasons and was […]

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