Ed Bouchette


Eli Rogers Has Done All He Can Outside Of A Game

Second-year Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Eli Rogers already seems to be a roster lock, at least if you gauge the pulse of the team’s fan base, anyway. That is certainly saying something when you consider the fact that he has hardly even had a practice with pads on, let alone…


Steelers Want Boswell To Be More Cautious On Kickoffs

The Pittsburgh Steelers were put in quite a bind last season when their kicker, Shaun Suisham, suffered a season-ending ACL injury when he attempted to make a tackle in the second half of the team’s Hall of Fame game in the preseason, an additional preseason game that only two teams…





Roethlisberger “Bracing” For Steelers 2016 Season?

Over the course of his long career in the NFL, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has missed his share of games due to knee injuries with four of them coming last season. During Friday’s first training camp practice of 2016, Roethlisberger was spotted wearing a knee brace and he was…


Kevin Colbert, Omar Khan Earn Promotions

Little bit of house keeping today. And while it doesn’t change anyone’s role in the team, it does mean Kevin Colbert and Omar Khan are going to have to update their business cards. Colbert is now listed as a Vice President of the team while Khan has been given the…



Ward Not Worried But Wondering About Hall Of Fame Future

Ask any Pittsburgh Steelers’ fan if Hines Ward belongs in the Hall of Fame, and I’ll bet you an Iron City 90% of them say yes. Ask anyone else in the league? Eh, I wouldn’t put money on it. Ward talked to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and Mark Kaboly yesterday, explaining…


Blast From The Past: Jay Riemersma

The continuation from a series we began last season to pass the time. The random, oh yeah, remember him? players in recent Pittsburgh Steelers’ history. Some made an impact to the team, others cut early and never heard from again. But they all produce some level of nostalgia. Today’s BFTP is Jay…


Randy Fichtner Expects Landry Jones To Be Steelers’ #2 Quarterback

It has been an eventful, though not always pretty, professional career for Landry Jones. But in his fourth season, he may have finally settled in. Quarterbacks coach Randy Ficthtner spoke to Steelers.com’s Teresa Varley at the end of last week’s minicamp and had nothing but praise for Jones. While he…