Larry Foote

Steelers Rookies Close Out Season Of Rare Opportunity

A lot of discussion, understandably, has been had in recent years about the fact that the Pittsburgh Steelers have seen not one, or even two, but three legitimate starters emerge for the team in their rookie season this year. A large part of that discussion pertains to the fact that…


Stats Of The Weird: Pittsburgh Vs Washington

Seriously guys, this is my favorite post to write each week. And this week was extra weird. – Eli Rogers is only the second Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver in team history to post a 5/50/1 line in his first career game. Louis Lipps is the other, catching 6 passes for 183 yards…


Vince Williams: ‘I’m Definitely Not A Starter’

The Pittsburgh Steelers may have inadvertently made bigger waves than they had intended earlier this week when they announced that they had agreed to terms with fourth-year inside linebacker Vince Williams on a three-year contract, becoming the first of his class—which also includes Jarvis Jones, Le’Veon Bell, Markus Wheaton, Landry…


Keenan Lewis Reunion Would Continue Steelers’ Tradition

I don’t want to pretend the ink has been put on the paper yet but Keenan Lewis re-signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers would be just another in a long line of Steel City reunions. So let’s get a little nostalgic with the previous players who left for greener pastures but…


The Pessimist’s Take: Ryan Shazier Has It Covered

The Pittsburgh Steelers have, by and large, been on an upward swing over the course of the past two and a half seasons after they missed the playoffs for two straight seasons, and failed to win a postseason game in four straight years. Last season saw them gain that elusive…


Examining Lawrence Timmons’ Future With Pittsburgh

Lawrence Timmons has been a mainstay at inside linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers since the 2009 season, when the former Florida State standout took over the starting role for James Farrior alongside Larry Foote. Since then, Timmons has started in 108 of the 110 games he’s appeared in, including five…


David Johnson In Good Company Among Second-Term Steelers

There was once a time that is was virtually unheard of for the Pittsburgh Steelers to sign in free agency a player that once left them. This was especially true of players that they had released, although Max Starks was a notable exception in 2011 under unusual circumstances. But the…






Steelers Unlikely To Join Mass League-Wide Player Releases

With yesterday being the first day of the 2016 offseason, we already saw teams around the league beginning fiscally and personnel-wise preparing for this year by parting ways with certain players whose value had become misaligned with their compensation. Several players were released yesterday, with salary cap implications in mind,…


Stats Of The Weird: Regular Season Milestones

If you know me, you know I love obscure statistics. And so with this being the slowest weekend of the regular season due to the bye week, we’ll look at a couple achievements some Pittsburgh Steelers could reach before the end of the regular season. – Should Ben Roethlisberger go…


2015 NFL Week 6: Steelers Friday Night Five Questions

Happy Friday to all of you and congratulations on surviving seven more full rotations on this giant rock that we live on. Believe or not, the Pittsburgh Steelers will actually play a game on a Sunday this week and it’ll be against the Arizona Cardinals at Heinz Field. It seems…


Steelers Communication Woes Unlikely To Repeat In Week 2

It doesn’t take me to tell you communication was one of the biggest issues that loomed over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Thursday night’s loss. The Australians over on The Guardian live blog could have told you something was amiss. Things will get better. And it isn’t just me looking through a…