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Steelers’ Seven Shots – Sunday, March 5, 2017

Every Sunday during the offseason I plan on recapping for you seven items related to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the rest of the NFL that may have fallen through the cracks the past week that should be worth your time to read. This weekly feature will be entitled “Steelers’ Seven…


Who Is On The Steelers’ Mt. Rushmore?

A very happy President’s Day to you and to our friends in the north, a merry Family Day. Since we’re on the subject of Presidents, let me throw this question out to you, Steelers’ Nation. Who would be the four people on your personal Pittsburgh Steelers’ Mt. Rushmore? Can be…


Hines Ward On Mike Tomlin: ‘I Loved Playing For Him’

Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward was a busy man this past week in Houston as he was interviewed several times on radio row ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl. In one of his interviews on SiriusXM NFL Radio, Ward was asked to comment on what Steelers head coach Mike…




Watch: Barry Sanders Calls Hines “Mr. Ward” At Super Bowl

It still stings not to see the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl but that doesn’t mean this week can’t have its softer side. The big game is no longer just a singular moment; it’s a week long event. From media days, to Roger Goodell’s State of the Union, and everything…


Hines Ward To Serve As Honorary Captain Sunday

Little bit of fun news to round off the edges before tomorrow’s hold-onto-your-butt game. The Pittsburgh Steelers announced yesterday Hines Ward will serve as a captain for the Pittsburgh Steelers’ prior to kickoff against the New England Patriots. Ward was one of the catalysts and sources of motivation on every…


Antonio Brown Putting Lombardis Ahead Of Stats For Playoff Run

Antonio Brown may have a little bit of a diva quality to him but now, it’s all business. A time to put the stats aside and focus on bringing another Lombardi Trophy into Pittsburgh. He explained his mindset to reporters earlier today. “Anytime you’re apart of the Steelers organization, you…


Steve Smith 89 Percent Sure He’s Retiring For Real This Time

It’s a bit of old news at this point, but earlier in the week, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith confirmed that he is planning on retiring, quipping that he is 89 percent certain of it—a reference both to the fact that he had already planned to retire after last…


Faneca Makes Hall Of Fame Finalists, Ward Misses Cut

The 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists were announced today and one former Steelers player made it as a finalist. Alan Faneca is among the group to be debated before this year’s class is announced the day before the Super Bowl. Hines Ward was not among the finalist group,…


Antonio Brown’s Game-Winning Touchdown Keeps Making History

It seemed like it was last week, when quarterback Ben Roethlisberger hit wide receiver Antonio Brown in the back of the end zone on a 13-yard dart for a score in the first half of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ game against the Bengals eight days ago, that history was made. It…


Big Ben And AB Could Tie A 35-Year-Old Franchise Record Today

With his touchdown catch against the Cowboys on a fake spike play, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger tied Roethlisberger’s own record that he set with tight end Heath Miller for the second-most touchdown receptions between a quarterback and a pass catcher in NFL history. It…