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Texans Injury Report: LB Jadeveon Clowney Ends Week As Questionable

The Houston Texans have wrapped up their Saturday practice and they will now travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers Monday night at Heinz Field. The Texans final injury report of the week includes one player listed as out and two as questionable. Cornerback Darryl Morris (ankle) is listed as out Saturday after being […]

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Texans Injury Report: LB Jadeveon Clowney Limited Friday

The Houston Texans Friday injury report shows several players trending in the right direction but it’s still unclear as to whether or not rookie linebacker Jadeveon Clowney (knee) will make his triumphant return to the field Monday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Clowney, who has missed the last five games with a knee injury, practiced […]

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Texans Injury Report: Linebackers Jadeveon Clowney, Brian Cushing Both Sit Out Thursday

By the looks of the Thursday injury report, the Houston Texans might not get their rookie linebacker back for the Monday night game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field Rookie linebacker Jadeveon Clowney (knee), who has been sidelined since the season opener, did not participate in practice Thursday and there’s already speculation that he […]

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Steelers LB Ryan Shazier Listed At 15/2 Odds To Win 2014 Defensive Rookie Of The Year Award

With the 2014 NFL season getting underway, it’s time to take one last look at the odds of Pittsburgh Steelers rookie linebacker Ryan Shazier winning the Defensive Rookie of the Year award this year. Bodog currently has the Steelers first-round draft pick listed at 15/2 to win the annual award and he’s still listed behind […]

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New Steelers LB Ryan Shazier Can Best Be Described As Explosive

At the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine, new Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier reportedly surprised a few scouts when weighed in at 237 pounds. He probably surprised them even more by running 4.4 second 40-yard dash with the added weight. During his conference call with the media following him being selected by the Steelers with the […]

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Bryan – 2014 First Round Mock Draft

I know you have room for one more 2014 mock draft and especially being as it is coming from me. Look, I detest doing these, but it says in my blahger handbook that I am required to. In case you are curious, all of these teams tried to trade up and down, but the phone […]

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Kozora – 2014 First Round Mock Draft

By Alex Kozora This will be my final article before the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft. It’s a first round mock based on what I believe will happen as opposed to what should happen and no trades are predicted. Keep that in mind when reading it. Also, keep in mind this is all […]

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Stars Aligning For Steelers To Go Cornerback In Round One

In most recent years, by the time the draft had finally arrived, it seemed more often than not that a near consensus had been reached on who the Pittsburgh Steelers would ultimately draft. At least, that was my reading. This seemed to be the case when they drafted Maurkice Pouncey in 2010, and Cameron Heyward […]

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On Underclassmen: Becoming The New Normal?

While writing about new punter Brad Wing’s chances of becoming the regular punter for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the comments regarding him made by team general manager Kevin Colbert at the NFL Combine, I also touched on the topic of underclassmen and maturity levels, and I think it’s worth further comment. With the news that […]

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Pittsburgh DT Aaron Donald Took Home Gold Monday In The Underwear Olympics

If the NFL Scouting Combine is the equivalent of the Underwear Olympics, then Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald won a gold medal Monday in Indianapolis. Donald, who is considered a bit undersized for a defensive tackle at nearly 6-foot-1 and weighing 285 pounds, ran a 4.68 40-yard dash on Monday with an unofficial 1.59 10-yard […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Salary Cap Rising, 2014 Combine Performances & Much More Episode

Season 4, Episode 81 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I get started by talking about whether or not he burned his feet on the earth when he was born 49 years ago today. That’s right, it’s his birthday and he’s doing the podcast like any other day of the […]

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On Underclassmen And The Shifting Dynamics Of The NFL Draft

While writing about new punter Brad Wing’s chances of becoming the regular punter for the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday, and the comments regarding him made by team general manager Kevin Colbert at the NFL Combine, I also touched on the topic of underclassmen and maturity levels, and I think it’s worth further comment. While addressing the […]

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2014 NFL Draft Player Profiles – South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney

By Alex Kozora With the regular season over, our focus has shifted to the offseason. For the next few months, I’ll be providing scouting reports on prospects. Some the Pittsburgh Steelers may look at. Other top players that will be off the board before the Steelers select. All to make you as prepared for the […]

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NFL’s “Pandora’s Box” Continues To Deplete The College Football Ranks

By Dave-Te Thomas, The NFL Draft Report Editor As of Friday, the league had ninety-eight underclassmen confident in their ability to play at the next level. That list does not include four other underclassmen that have already graduated ahead of schedule. Like most of the recent drafts, scouts are anticipating that a good portion of […]

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The Good, Bad And Ugly Among 2014 Draft Prospects

By Dave-Te Thomas, The NFL Draft Report Editor The NFL Draft Report staff bases their rankings according to professional projections, and not where they might be selected in the draft. Here is an early look on who we feel is the best, most underrated and most overrated at each position among draft eligible players; THE […]

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Hritz: Steelers Mock Draft 2013 Version 1.0

By Jeremy Hritz The 2013 NFL Draft is still a ways off, but it is never too early to begin prognosticating the players the Pittsburgh Steelers will select. Below is the first edition of my mock draft, and you can expect it to evolve multiple times as we advance through the offseason. Player availability and […]

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DiMarino: Looking Back At The Steelers \”Regular\” Season

By Christopher DiMarino The regular season has just ended, and for the first time since 2009, the Pittsburgh Steelers aren\’t playing football in January. I think that word fits the bill perfectly, “regular”. The Steelers were very regular this season.  This fits because for every win, there was a loss, for every advantage, a disadvantage. […]

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