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Colon To Guard? Gerry Dulac In A Cheerleader Uniform?

I have speculated for a long time that if indeed Willie Colon were to be re-signed by the Steelers, that there could be a chance he kicks inside to right guard. Most did not take my prediction as one that would hold water, but it certainly makes sense. Steelers beat writer Gerry Dulac tried to […]

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Steelers 2010 Offensive Line Player Grades Breakdown

I was on Trib Live Radio yesterday morning with Ken Laird and was asked about my Steelers offensive line grading that I did last year for every week of the season. The discussion was centered around the recent moves the Steelers have made in releasing Max Starks and Flozell Adams and re-signing Willie Colon and […]

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Steelers 2011 Training Camp – Day Two Recap

Day two of the Steelers 2011 training camp is now in the books and here is a recap with links for you in case you missed anything. First I invite you to listen to today\’s episode of The Terrible Podcast as it is jammed full of info and views of David Todd and myself, following […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Steelers Training Camp Underway Edition

Season 2, Episode 2 of The Terrible Podcast is up and the 2nd day of training camp is in full swing. David Todd and I start dissecting the busy couple of days so far since the team reported to Latrobe and go over the signings of Ike Taylor, Willie Colon, Jonathan Scott and Shaun Suisham […]

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Steelers Release T Flozell Adams

The Steelers started off Friday morning with a not so surprising roster move as they announced that veteran tackle Flozell Adams has been released. Adams was signed last offseason to a two year contract after tackle Willie Colon was lost for the season to an Achilles injury. Adams was scheduled to earn $5 million this […]

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Steelers 2011 Training Camp – Day One Recap

The Steelers 2011 training camp has begun in Latrobe and here is a quick recap of what happened today in case you missed anything. The day started with the official announcement that both tackle Max Starks and wide receiver Antwaan Randle El were being released. The surprising Starks news broke last night and the not […]

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Steelers Come To Terms With Jonathan Scott

Just minutes after it was announced that tackle Willie Colon had re-signed with the Steelers, Ed Bouchette reported via Twitter that tackle Jonathan Scott has also been re-signed to the team. Scott was an unrestricted free agent after just one year in Pittsburgh. He was signed last offseason to a one year deal after a […]

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Steelers Agree To Terms With Willie Colon On A 5 Year Contract

Tackle Willie Colon is back as he has come to terms with the Steelers on a 5-year $29 million dollar contract this afternoon. You had a feeling it was going to happen after news broke last night that left tackle Max Starks was being released. Colon reportedly had some interest from other teams during the […]

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Ward, Kemoeatu and Bright Start Camp On PUP List

The Steelers annual conditioning test is now over and head coach Mike Tomlin addressed the media after it concluded. Tomlin told reporters that it was a conditioning evaluation today and no pass or fail was given. He did say that wide receiver Hines Ward, left guard Chris Kemoeatu and tight end Eugene Bright would start […]

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Playing With The Moving Offensive Line Variables Post Starks

The news late Wednesday that Steelers left tackle Max Starks would be released on Friday came as a pretty big surprise and it threw a bit of uncertainty into how the Steelers 2011 offensive line will look. We have only scratched the surface of the free agent period and today will bring several more cuts […]

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Tuesday Update: Ike Taylor Still A Priority, Tiki Barber Never Was

Not much earth shattering news coming out of the Steelers South Side facility today other than the players reporting to do physicals and the announcement of the undrafted rookie signings. Ed Bouchette did write that the Steelers indeed have no interest in adding running back Tiki Barber, something I have been against for some time […]

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Ben Volin Explains The 2011 $3 Million Veteran Salary Cap Credits

Ben Volin, who covers the Miami Dolphins for the Palm Beach Post, joined me for a short phone interview just a while ago to clarify the $3 million veteran salary cap credits included in the new labor agreement that teams can use in 2011 to give them some instant cap relief. Volin explained that teams […]

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New CBA Could Protect Some Steelers Veterans From Being Cap Casualties

The early news this morning is that the new CBA could help teams keep high priced veterans as opposed to making them salary cap casualties. While PFT and others on Twitter have not expanded on this, it seems this could be some sort of soft cap that allows credits to players with a certain amount […]

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Steelers Post June 1st Salary Cap Relief Clarification

I wanted to give some clarification to the post June 1st cap rule in this article and point you to some updated numbers of mine in a previous post. In that post I pointed out the players that could be salary cap casualties as soon as the lockout is over and the 72 hour window […]

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Steelers Potential 2011 Salary Cap Casualties

The latest news concerning the 2011 salary cap per Albert Breer and Jason La Canfora is that it is now projected to be roughly $123 million per team. They state as a practical matter that it will “feel” more like $130 million to teams when the cap credits and new cap exceptions are factored in. […]

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Why A New Deal For Woodley Will Be Steelers First Priority When Lockout Ends

As soon as the lockout is over, the Steelers first course of business will likely be getting outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley signed to a new deal. Should the pre-lockout franchise tag and amounts stick, as many think they will, Woodley will be on the 2011 books as a $10 million plus salary cap hit due […]

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Steelers Podcast – The Terrible Podcast – #63 Verron Haynes Comeback Episode

Episode #63 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd and I quickly touch on the labor situation heading into the weekend and go over the recent news of Antwaan Randle El having surgery on his knee in April and not prior to the lockout beginning. We discuss the Ike Taylor interview on Trib […]

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If The Steelers Re-sign Taylor Or Colon, Smith & Adams Might Have To Pay For It

Here we are winding down the month of June and normally that signals that Steelers training camp will be getting underway in Latrobe in a month. The only problem of course is that the lockout is still going on and free agency has yet to take place. Outside of little tidbits of news and a […]

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Willie Colon To Be Highly Sought In Free Agency?

The news last week that players like Steelers tackle Willie Colon will almost assuredly be unrestricted free agents, has started the wheels of speculation rolling as to who might now be the highest sought after free agents once the lockout is over. Adam Caplan of FOXSports.com released his top 15 sought after offensive players with […]

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Colon Wants To Stay With Steelers, Not Totally Opposed To Playing Guard

Steelers tackle Willie Colon was on Sirius NFL Radio this morning and told host Ross Tucker that he still wants to play for the Steelers even though they\’ve passed up multiple opportunities to extend his contract. Colon told Tucker, “The Steelers do things their own way, and I\’m not worried about the money. I just […]

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Closer Look At The Steelers Offensive Line Pass Blocking Efficiency

Let me start off by saying that I love Pro Football Focus and suggest you subscribe to the premium stats if you are not already doing so as it is a great source of information. This past week they have focused on pass blocking efficiency of the offensive lineman using a formula that encompasses quarterback […]

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Steelers 2010 Regular Season Penalty Report

After posting the penalties on the offensive line last week, I was asked by a few readers if I had an updated Steelers penalty report of all the penalties both accepted and declined from the 2010 season. I have these all tabled up below by player and by week from the 2010 regular season and […]

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Keeping A Healthy Max Starks Is A No Brainer

I was asked last night by a reader of the site via email how much the Steelers would save should they cut left tackle Max Starks prior to the start of training camp in attempt to free up money to pay either free agent cornerback Ike Taylor or get a long term deal done with […]

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Chris Scott – The Forgotten 2010 Draft Pick

A little over a year ago the Steelers drafted Tennessee tackle Chris Scott in the 5th round of the 2010 NFL Draft with hopes he could provide some depth at both the tackle and the guard position. Offensive line coach Sean Kugler said immediately after the selection that Scott is a physical player that has […]

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Are The Arms Of Willie Colon Shrinking?

A little fun on a Friday I suppose or perhaps I have entirely too much time on my hands. A funny thing caught my eye this morning on a Post Gazette blog post by Gerry Dulac in which he emphatically states that if Steelers free agent offensive lineman Willie Colon is back with the team […]

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Steelers Draft Two Linemen – Post Draft Look At The Offensive Line Situation

Not only did the Steelers draft two cornerbacks over the weekend, they also drafted two offensive linemen in the form of 2nd round draft pick Marcus Gilbert out of Florida and 6th round selection Keith Williams from Nebraska. Much like I did with my post draft look at the Steelers cornerback situation, I will now […]

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