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Draft Classmates Antonio Brown, Emmanuel Sanders Reunite

When the Pittsburgh Steelers resolved to part ways with wide receiver Santonio Holmes—their 2006 first-round draft pick—in the 2010 offseason, they knew that they had to restock the shelves at the position. Hines Ward was in the twilight of his career and second-year wide receiver Mike Wallace could be just…


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Antonio Brown Makes More League, Team History With Big Receiving Night

Last night, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown made history by becoming the first receiver in NFL history to record at least 355 receptions over the course of a three-season span. He broke Marvin Harrison’s record set between 2000 and 2002 by one reception, which was a game-sealing eight-yard pass…


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Stats Of The Weird: Steelers Vs Bengals

Let the weirdness begin. – Nothing too interesting over the score but we’ll focus on the Pittsburgh Steelers surpassing the 30+ mark again. They did it for the 5th straight week and if you read us last week, you would know reaching four in a row was a franchise record….


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Ex-Steelers WR Coach Set To Become ECU Head Coach

Just a little mop up duty here late on Saturday night. Former Pittsburgh Steelers‘ WR coach Scottie Montgomery will be announced as the East Carolina head coach. The hiring was first reported by Bruce Feldman. #Duke OC Scottie Montgomery is set to become the next head coach at #ECU, source…



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Stats Of The Weird: Steelers Vs Browns

Let’s. Get. Weird. – As we always try to do, let’s start with the score. The Pittsburgh Steelers won 30-9, only the 7th 30-9 game in NFL history. The Steelers have been involved in three of those outcomes, winning each time. They beat the St. Louis Cardinals in 1966 and…


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Lynn Swann On Big Ben: “He’s A Throwback”

So much in the NFL has changed from the Pittsburgh Steelers’ dynasty of the 70s to the team we see today. Lynn Swann is the first to admit that. But Ben Roethlisberger reminds him of his playing days. “Ben’s an anomaly, a throwback to those kind of days,” he told…