Ed Bouchette

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Butler On Dupree: ‘He’s Still A Little Rusty’

During his Tuesday press conference, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin indicated that he’ll now move forward with a four-man rotation at the outside linebacker position. One of those four players will obviously be second-year linebacker Bud Dupree, who has now played in two games since returning from the team’s…


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Brown, Bell Fined For TD Celebration

Little bit of housekeeping for you all. Not only were Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown flagged for their choreographed celebration during Thursday night’s win over the Indianapolis Colts, they were hit with a fine from the NFL too. Ed Bouchette tweeted out the news. Steelers Antonio Brown, Le'Veon Bell both…


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Sammie Coates’ Disappearing Act Reached New Levels In Loss To Cowboys

After registering 19 catches for 421 yards and two touchdowns in the Pittsburgh Steelers first five games of the regular season, second-year wide receiver Sammie Coates has registered just one catch for 4 yards in the team’s last four games. If that’s not enough, he played a season-low two offensive…



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Steelers Injury Report: Roethlisberger Limited Thursday; Heyward, Gilbert Full Participants

Will Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (knee) ultimately play Sunday in the team’s road game against the Baltimore Ravens? I certainly don’t know the answer to that question and the team’s Thursday injury report, as expected, doesn’t provide any insight as it relates to that topic. Roethlisberger practiced again on…


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Bouchette: Roethlisberger Looking Likely To Play Vs Ravens

Some more continued, though unofficial, news out of the Ben Roethlisberger camp. Longtime beat writer Ed Bouchette at the Post Gazette just tweeted out that according to a source, Big Ben is looking likely to play Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens. Source says it appears Ben Roethlisburger on track to…



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Bouchette: Ladarius Green To Practice Next Week

Ladarius Green will return to practice next week, according to a report by the PPG’s Ed Bouchette. Steelers TE Ladarius Green plans to return to practice next week https://t.co/O55ZrGOM2R via @PittsburghPG — Ed Bouchette (@EdBouchette) October 12, 2016 This comes from Green directly, who told Bouchette he’s “definitely excited” to…



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Questions Linger About Nature Of Ladarius Green’s Condition

The Pittsburgh Steelers announced yesterday that tight end Ladarius Green, who was their ‘splash’ free agent signing, arriving courtesy of a four-year, $20 million deal, is going to at least begin the 2015 regular season on the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform List after he has failed to seemingly come close…



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Rosenhaus Still Trying To Get Steelers To Show Brown The Money

With the start of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2016 regular season now just a few weeks away, super-agent Drew Rosenhaus is still working very hard at potentially getting wide receiver Antonio Brown more money this year. According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Rosenhaus was in New Orleans meeting with Steelers…


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Bouchette Believes Steelers Could Keep Two Quarterbacks

We don’t normally write about this stuff but one of Ed Bouchette’s answers in his chat today caught my attention. It seemed like speculation but Bouchette believes the Pittsburgh Steelers could go into the start of the season carrying just two quarterbacks. From today’s weekly chat on the PPG. VA Beach…


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Mike Tomlin Unwilling To Discuss Upcoming Visit With CB Keenan Lewis

Ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers Tuesday night free agent with veteran cornerback Keenan Lewis, head coach Mike Tomlin was asked at the conclusion of today’s practice what he would look for the recently released player to provide the team if signed. Tomlin, as you probably have already guessed, refused to…


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Keenan Lewis Reunion Would Continue Steelers’ Tradition

I don’t want to pretend the ink has been put on the paper yet but Keenan Lewis re-signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers would be just another in a long line of Steel City reunions. So let’s get a little nostalgic with the previous players who left for greener pastures but…