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Rejuvenated James Harrison Rediscovering Pass Rushing Flare

Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison was retired in September. He now leads the team in sacks. The veteran pass rusher has notched a pair of sacks in back-to-back games now after failing to record one in his first four games back. The pass rushing production has come as he has played himself into football […]

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Scoring Change Results In Steelers LB James Harrison Having Two Sacks Against Colts

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has now been credited with two sacks in the game this past Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. Scoring change (per @EliasSports) for Sunday’s Week 8 game vs @Colts (@jharrison9292 now credited w/ 2.0 sacks): pic.twitter.com/xDnt18NLhq — Burt Lauten (@SteelersPRBurt) October 29, 2014 On Wednesday, Elias Sports made the official scoring […]

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Steelers Need 2014 Pleas In The Fifth To Both Hit

Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert recently completed his 15th draft with the organization and while several of the fifth-round selections that he’s made during that span managed to make the 53 man roster out of training camp as rookies, finding a player that can contribute heavily has been tough. This year, Colbert drafted cornerback […]

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Steelers Greatest Draft Hits – Third Round

By Michael K. Reynolds We’ve been doing the countdown of the Pittsburgh Steelers greatest draft hits and so far the discussion has remained…cordial. Well…now it’s time for the gloves to come off as things have gotten much tighter and difficult to discern in this round. You could shuffle the order of several of the names […]

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Former Steelers Defensive Lineman L.C. Greenwood Has Died At Age 67

According to several media reports, former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end L.C. Greenwood died Sunday afternoon at the age of 67. A member of the vaunted Steel Curtain defense in the 1970’s, Greenwood played for the Steelers from 1969-81 and earned four Super Bowl rings with them. During his career, Greenwood made it to the Pro […]

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LaMarr Woodley Will Eclipse Jason Gildon in 2015?

By Jeremy Hritz LaMarr Woodley underperformed last season. Whether or not it was due to a lack of conditioning, injury, or both, the Pittsburgh Steelers cannot absorb another similar outing and expect to improve on an 8-8 season. Criticized in the offseason by an unnamed teammate for poor conditioning, Woodley showed up to this year’s […]

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Rod Woodson To Intern With Steelers Through Training Camp

Rod Woodson and Carnell Lake have been reunited in the Steel City as it was announced on Tuesday that the Pittsburgh Steelers former 1987 first-round draft pick will be serving as an intern for the rest of the offseason practices as well as in training camp. Woodson, who spent 17 seasons in the NFL, coached […]

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Report: Steelers S Troy Polamalu In Best Shape Since USC Playing Days

On Sunday, I passed along the news that Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu would be in attendance for the first OTA session of the 2013 season that gets underway on Tuesday and now there is a report on Twitter from Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that states the 2010 Defensive Player of the Year […]

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Succession At Steelers OLB Position Over Years Points Towards Potential Success For Worilds

Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Jason Worilds is now in the final year of his rookie four-year contract, and the expectations are high for the 2010 second round selection out of Virginia Tech. When you look back at the first contract years of Worilds\’ predecessors at the outside linebacker positions, it gives you some hope that […]

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Steelers Rewind – Looking Back In Steelers History – (Late July Edition)

In this look back at the history of the Pittsburgh Steelers, we focus on late July and includes a torch being passed, a linebacker not working out in another city, a failed trade offer for a cornerback and snakes. President Torch Quietly Passed From Dan To Art In late July of 2003, Ed Bouchette of […]

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Sapp Says Taylor Played Worst Game In NFL History, Doesn\’t Know Who Foote Is

On Tuesday, Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor and linebacker Larry Foote both responded to the recent claim by NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp that the 2012 Steelers will be lucky to finish over .500 after the loss of key veterans this off-season. Taylor was quoted on his weekly show on Trib Live Radio as saying […]

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Ike Taylor Thinks Warren Sapp Needs To Worry About His Bankruptcy & Not The Steelers

Current NFL Network analyst and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Warren Sapp recently proclaimed that the Pittsburgh Steelers lost too much veteran leadership this off-season and predicts that they would fall below .500 this upcoming season as a result. This is nothing new from Sapp, who last year before the start of the season […]

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Steelers Rewind: Looking Back In Steelers History (May-June Edition)

By Christina Rivers With everyone getting excited about how the Pittsburgh Steelers are going to look during the 2012 season, it\’s easy to see why trades, transactions, OTAs and mini-camps draw fan attention.  In this edition of \’Steelers Rewind\’, we\’ll take a look at some history from late May and early June that includes tales […]

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Several Steelers Players Have Milestones In Reach Sunday Against The Browns

The Pittsburgh Steelers head into their Sunday game against the Cleveland Browns looking to get their 12th win of the season. With a little help from the Cincinnati Bengals, they could get a first round bye as well should they take care of the Browns. This is the final regular season game of 2011, so […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Saturday June 11th – Timmons Just A Bit Outside Edition

Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons threw out the ceremonial first pitch in his hometown for the Florence RedWolves Friday night and nearly beaned the RedWolves mascot. Timmons played offense and defense back in high school as he actually was a receiver. Watch the first pitch and interview below. The Peters Township School Board is expected to […]

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Steelers Left Outside Linebacker Position – The Player Or The System?

Mike Florio was on 93.7 The Fan a week ago and was talking about the LaMarr Woodley contract situation. Florio had a quote that intrigued me when he said, “Is it the system or is it the player? Sometimes they decide it’s the player and they pay the player. Sometimes they decide it’s the system […]

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