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Steelers Film Room: Cleveland Browns’ Defensive Scouting Report

Like I wrote for the offense, because this team is relatively unchanged, we’ll have a cliff notes version of the Cleveland Browns’ scouting report. Check out our first report on the defense at the link here. Here is your Browns’ defensive scouting report. Browns’ Front Seven The Browns’ defense is…


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Steelers Looking For Consistency From Jordan Berry

Jordan Berry is in his first NFL season. But don’t tell that to Danny Smith. “I tell him he’s not a rookie anymore. He’s played in five preseason games. He’s played in 15 regular season games. That’s 20 damn games. That ain’t a rookie,” the special teams’ coach told Bob…


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Danny Smith On Losing Roosevelt Nix: “I’m Going To Miss Him”

The Pittsburgh Steelers will play the final week of the regular season and hopefully the playoffs without fullback and core special teamer Roosevelt Nix. Nix broke his foot in the third quarter of Sunday’s loss, officially undergoing surgery earlier this morning. Speaking with Bob Labriola in their weekly Coaches’ Speak With the…


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Danny Smith Absolves Shamarko Thomas’ Special Teams “Blunder”

During his Tuesday press conference, Mike Tomlin was hard on Shamarko Thomas after his failure to pick up the football almost led to a Jordan Norwood 71 yard touchdown. A play that would’ve undoubtedly swung the momentum of the game. “I’m sure he’s very aware of the rule. I didn’t…


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Game Rewind: Steelers Vs Broncos Game Notes

Your usual game notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 34-27 win Sunday over the Denver Broncos. First Half – Kick return unit: Front five – Arthur Moats, Sean Spence, Vince Williams, Terence Garvin, Shamarko Thomas. Robert Golden behind, pretty much no changes with this group. Will Johnson, Roosevelt Nix, and Matt…


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Cam Heyward’s Presence On Field Goals Not Overlooked

It’s fair to call Cam Heyward a Pro Bowl snub. I really don’t care about those discussions. It’s mostly just mid-week fodder we all forget in a week. Pro Bowl selections are barely accolades now and in five years, will be dismissed as meaningless popularity contests. If you follow football,…