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Porter, Ward Among Hall Of Fame Nominees

We’re still many months away from the Pro Football Hall of Fame 2017 class being announced, but a pair of Pittsburgh Steelers have taken the first step to earning their gold jackets. Joey Porter and Hines Ward have been included on the initial list of Hall of Fame candidates, the…


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David Todd: Quick Thoughts On Week 1: Steelers Versus Redskins

The Pittsburgh Steelers opened their 2016 season as one of the two featured games on Monday Night Football visiting FedEx Field to take on the Washington Redskins. The Steelers hadn’t been to Landover since 2008 when they struggled early, falling behind 6-0 after the first quarter, before turning things around…




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Steelers Spin: Evaluating The Youth Movement

It’s been years since the Pittsburgh Steelers have been a preseason favorite for Super Bowl contention. If Big Ben is going to return to the Big Show this season it will be the result of a successful, albeit long-laboring youth movement. It seems a lifetime ago when Aaron Rodgers and…


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How Does Antonio Brown Stack Up Against Hall Of Fame WRs?

Last night, the National Football Hall of Fame granted entry to seven new members into the most prestigious group of individuals relating to the sport. Among them were a couple of individuals with ties to the Pittsburgh Steelers, such as Kevin Greene, a prolific pass rusher whose three years in…


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The Pittsburgh Steelers Top 100: 19-11

In the spirit of the offseason, Dave Bryan and I are undertaking the daunting task of ranking the top 100 Pittsburgh Steelers‘ history. And we mean the complete history. 1933 to today, they’re all on the table. Dave and I came up with our own lists and then worked together…


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The Pittsburgh Steelers Top 100: 29-20

In the spirit of the offseason, Alex Kozora and I have undertaken the daunting task of ranking the top 100 Pittsburgh Steelers players in the history of the franchise. And we mean the complete history – 1933 to today. Alex and I first came up with our own lists and…



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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…


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Le’Veon Bell Tweets He’s “Never” Leaving Pittsburgh

Somehow, a single line in a rap has given us the biggest Steelers’ summer news story. There’s been a ton of talk about Le’Veon Bell’s next contract after he rapped this line in his new song, “Focus.” “I’m at the top and if not I’m the closest, I’ma need 15…


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Steelers Contract Look-Back: Hines Ward 2005 Extension

My how NFL salaries have gone up over the years. Sure, that’s an obvious statement but during this dead time of the season I’m finding myself going back and examining a lot of the lucrative deals that were signed by members of the Pittsburgh Steelers over the course of the…


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Antonio Brown Chosen As Part Of The “Perfect WR”

Though he’s arguably the best receiver in the game, Antonio Brown isn’t perfect. But NFL.com’s Gil Brandt selected part of AB’s game to build the perfect wide receiver.  He chose Brown’s route running ability over everyone else’s. In his explanation, Brandt writes. “It is very difficult for the opposing defensive…


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Steve Smith Admits He Came Back To Get 1000 Catches

A couple years back in 2013, Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison announced his retirement from the game at the age of 34. About a month or so later, he was re-signed in-season by the Steelers, and after that season, he signed a two-year contract that is carrying him into…


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NFL Apparently Adopts ‘Joey Porter Rule’

You all know Mike Pereira, the former NFL vice president of officiating, who now works as a rules analyst for Fox Sports. You all love Mike Pereira, of course. He is, at least in my estimation, perhaps the best in the business when it comes to correctly making calls and,…