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Antonio Brown Can Pass 6,000 Receiving Yards, Louis Lipps Against Raiders

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has an opportunity to move up one more spot on the franchise’s all-time receiving yards list Sunday in the home game against the Oakland Raiders. With 42 receiving yards Sunday, Brown will surpass former wide receiver Louis Lipps (6,018) for the fourth-most receiving yards…


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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…



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Soon-To-Be 33, TE Heath Miller’s Game Is Aging Well

In the Pittsburgh Steelers regular season opening loss to the New England Patriots last Thursday night, tight end Heath Miller registered 8 catches for 84 yards. Think about that stat line for a minute. The last time that that Miller caught that many passes in a Week 1 game was…


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Numbers Crunch: Steelers Season Outlook

Following every game last year, we did a brief numbers crunch, examining each game from a quirky statistical standpoint. With Week One of this year looming, we’ll introduce it again with some big-picture stats to follow throughout the season. – Mike Tomlin will have to go 8-8 in the regular…


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Steelers 2015 Training Camp Diary: Day One

Welcome back! One practice down, 17 to go. It was a terrific day, as always, and though we can only learn so much, it was cathartic just to watch the Pittsburgh Steelers again. Many thanks to our own Jon Ledyard, Tony DelSignore Jr, and Tim Rice for hanging out with…