Daniel McCullers


John Mitchell Talks Stephon Tuitt, Daniel McCullers

If you have been following the Pittsburgh Steelers for a while, then you know that longtime defensive line coach John Mitchell is not in the habit of being overly complimentary toward younger players, particularly when they first come on board. He holds the belief that he has to break players…


Welcome To Steelers Training Camp 2016

The date is July 28, 2016, and for Pittsburgh Steelers fans, that only means one thing: training camp is finally upon us. Training camp is the true beginning of the journey that begins immediately after the last season ends. Most of the early work takes place in offices, and you…


2016 Training Camp Battle Preview: Starting Nose Tackle

As the calendar continues to push forward, we hasten upon the end of July, where looms the beginning of training camp, the necessary respite for all football fans who have been the past six weeks wondering what to do with themselves—as least as far as the game goes. With the…


Training Camp Expectations: Nose Tackle

In less than two weeks, we’ll be at training camp, watching the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 90 man roster roll through 14 practices and four games. There will be so much to learn, tons of things going on, so I want to lay out some of my expectations and hopes for each…

Javon Hargrave

New Faces 2016: DT Javon Hargrave

At this point in the offseason, we find that training camp is just around the corner for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the rest of the league, and a lot has changed for them over the course of the past several months. They have lost a number of players in free…


No Players Selected In 2016 NFL Supplemental Draft

If you blinked during the last 30 minutes, you missed the 2016 NFL Supplemental Draft. What exactly did you miss? Absolutely nothing as none of the six eligible players wound up being selected and thus now they are all free agents. This year’s crop of supplemental draft hopefuls included Mississippi cornerback Tee…

Cameron Heyward

Pro Football Focus Analyzes Steelers, League DL Play In 2015

Over the weekend, Dave Bryan brought you statistics from Pro Football Focus which showed that Big Ben faced the least amount of pressure from opposing defenses last season. Now it’s time to take a look at the other side. And I’ll start with discussing how the defensive line performed when…

Daniel McCullers

One Step To Take: Daniel McCullers

New series we’re kicking off here to get us through the upcoming dog days of the offseason. Every player wants to improve, to elevate his game in all areas from one season to the next. Understanding that, we’re going to isolate just one area, one faction of a player’s game….


Missing Pieces 2016: NT Steve McLendon

Now that we have completed our look at the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 90-man roster heading into training camp a bit under a month from now, it’s time to take a look back at the team’s 53-man roster from last year’s regular season, for the purpose of revisiting the contributions of the players…


Film Room: Keith Butler’s Box Calls

Boxes. They’re great things. They hold Christmas gifts, pizza, engagement rings. Defensive coordinators have boxes too. And they’re a great way to beat bunch concepts. The rules are simple. I learned them from the great Matt Bowen when he still wrote for National Football Post. Four defenders versus three receivers….

Daniel McCullers

2016 Steelers Pre-Training Camp Roster Review: Nose Tackle

The Pittsburgh Steelers have wrapped things up in minicamp and put an end to their spring practices, which means that we are officially into the dead zone, the slowest time of the year for football news and general activity, the time between the end of spring drills in mid-June to…


Ranking The Steelers’ Starters: 24-18

With all of the lists bouncing around the internet regarding football throughout the dead period of the summer, I thought it would be a perfect time to introduce a new series to the Steelers Depot site, starting with a ranking of the 24 (including punter and kicker) projected starters for…

Ross Cockrell

NFL, NFLPA Agree To More Inclusive Practice Squad Tweaks

While I have yet to note this elsewhere, a bit of interesting news—to me anyway—came out yesterday courtesy of former Buccaneers general manager and current ESPN analyst Mark Dominik regarding the practice squad. Dominik Tweeted out yesterday a message of congratulations to the NFL as well as the NFLPA for…


Keith Butler, Steelers Need To Play A Consistent 11 In 2016

Keith Butler’s first season at the defensive coordinator helm was largely a success. The Steelers’ run defense improved, their red zone play stellar, and as a team, they were able to generate pressure and sacks. Room for improvement just like anyone else but overall, it was solid. There are several…