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Report: Roethlisberger Currently 50-50 To Play Against Broncos

The Pittsburgh Steelers are hoping injured starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will be able to play Sunday in the team’s AFC Divisional Round playoff game against the Denver Broncos after suffering a sprained right shoulder late Saturdays win over the Cincinnati Bengals. As expected, Roethlisberger didn’t practice Wednesday and he’s unsure…


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Sunday Could Be Last Home Game For Veteran Steelers LB James Harrison

Depending on how things play out, Sunday could very well wind up being the Pittsburgh Steelers last game of the 2015 season at Heinz Field. Should that indeed wind up being the case, there’s a distinct possibility that it could be the last time veteran outside linebacker James Harrison plays…


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Shazier Staying Mentally Tough Through Injury Plagued Season

You don’t need me to tell you this but it’s been a disappointing season for Ryan Shazier. Largely stemming from injuries, which some fans ridiculed him over last week in which Shazier suffered an obvious concussion, limiting his ability to stack positive gains. As we’ve written before, this is uncharted…



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Carnell Lake On Mike Mitchell’s Big Improvement

Some wanted him cut in the offseason. Now, he’s on track to make a Pro Bowl. You don’t have to search hard for the reason in Mike Mitchell’s stellar play in 2015. It starts foremost with health. Mitchell played with tears in each of his groins, gutting out the full…


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Heyward Holding Himself, Steelers Defense Accountable Despite Win

The Pittsburgh Steelers won a pivotal game in the AFC Wild Card race. But hearing Cameron Heyward talk after, you might have guessed the Steelers lost. Heyward was predictably disappointed in giving up 35 points and 440 yards to the Oakland Raiders. And he didn’t mince words. “Offense bailed us…