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Antonio Brown: ‘Holdouts Never Go Well’

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown chose early on in the offseason not to holdout even though he knows good and well he’s severely underpaid. Sure, he may have missed the first voluntary workout session of 2015 to get a little attention, but outside of that, he’s said and done…


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One More Week To Go: Steelers Friday Night Five Questions

Happy Friday once again to all of you and I hope you had a profitable week. In case you have forgotten, at this same time next week, the Pittsburgh Steelers will have reported to Latrobe for training camp and will be preparing for the first practice which is scheduled to…


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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers News, Heyward Contract, Beachum Future, Roster Talk & More

Season 5, Season 5, Episode 131 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and with Alex Kozora still sitting in for David Todd, we open the show by talking the new contract that Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward signed Thursday night. The news isn’t shocking, but we still go over some of the early numbers associated…



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Antonio Brown Should See Less Targets As Ball Distribution Rises

Last season, Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown caught the second-most passes in a season in the history of the league with his 129 receptions, shattering the franchise’s previous record of 112. Over the course of the past two seasons, Brown has hauled in an astounding 239 receptions, an…


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Would $11.54 Million In New Money Over Next 3 Years Appease Antonio Brown?

While Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is unlikely to get his contract reworked this offseason, former Washington Redskins salary cap analyst J.I. Halsell has come up with a restructure/extension plan that would result in the league’s leading receiver in both catches and yardage from last year averaging $11.5 per…


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CBS Sports’ Rang Says Steelers Got A Second Round Steal

For the last several seasons, it was becoming increasingly more apparent that a retooling of Pittsburgh’s cornerback department was needed. From interceptions clanging off Ike Taylor’s hands to Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas scorching him, it was clear reinforcements were needed. Once boasting as fearsome a front seven as the…


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Speed, Explosiveness Again A Theme In 2015 Draft For Steelers

Speed was a theme of last year’s draft class, as the Pittsburgh Steelers took Ryan Shazier and his 4.37 in the 40 in the first round, then followed that up by taking the fastest player at the NFL Combine in diminutive scatback, Dri Archer in the third round. This time around, the team had…


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Dan Rooney And Ike Taylor Shared An Unmistakable Bond

Dan Rooney and Ike Taylor have a very unique relationship, one that has an almost “grandfatherly” feel to it, with the way the Hall of Fame owner treats his now-retired cornerback, whose nickname “Swaggin” was a testament to the way he played. Taylor, who turns 35 next month, has almost…


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AB Proving Size Isn’t Everything In NFL WR Hierarchy

In the sixth round of the 2010 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers selected an unknown wide receiver from Central Michigan who would likely be relegated to special teams duties, if that. However, Antonio Brown showed a glimpse of things to come in his NFL debut that year versus Tennessee, as…





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Steelers Film Room: Kansas City Chiefs Scouting Report

Scouting report on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Week 16 opponent, the Kansas City Chiefs. OFFENSE – Alex Smith leads the bunch. You can call him a “game manager” and it’s true this isn’t a vertical offense but he’s still been a good QB. After throwing three picks in Week One, he’s…


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Steelers vs Falcons: Numbers Crunch

Statistical analysis of the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-20 victory over the Atlanta Falcons. – We have to start with all the records that were set. And there were a lot. – Le’Veon Bell surpassed Barry Foster for the most yards from scrimmage in a single season in franchise history. Bell now…