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Hritz Steelers Mock Draft Second Edition

By Jeremy Hritz There is depth in this year’s draft, especially at the position of greatest need for the Pittsburgh Steelers (offensive line), giving them some mobility with their first round pick. While trading out of the first round for the Steelers is not very likely, what is more possible is a team trading up […]

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Stevenson Sylvester Could Provide Steelers With More Draft Flexibility

By Cian Fahey Reading too much into the words of Kevin Colbert or Mike Tomlin is most definitely a rookie mistake for anyone who\’s listening. However there was one notable excerpt from the comments of Tomlin and Colbert at the recent NFL meetings this past week which I can\’t help but put some credence in. […]

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Colbert Says Sylvester Will Compete With Foote For Buck LB Spot

I posted the other day about the questions at the BUCK linebacker spot now that James Farrior has been released, and how Larry Foote would be the obvious choice to succeed Farrior initially. Stevenson Sylvester, who I really think is better suited for the MACK linebacker position based on his limited playing time the last […]

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Looking At The Borrowed 2012 Veteran Salary Cap Credits

I have received a few emails concerning the 2012 veteran salary cap credits and thought it would be a good night to post about it. Quite a few people seem to be under the impression that this year is the same as last year and that teams can apply (3) $1,000,0000 million credits on three […]

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Steelers 2012 Pre Draft Analysis – Part 2: Post Combine

By Christopher DiMarino With the 2012 Combine all wrapped up, the real discussions can begin. At this point, the teams have all the information they need to narrow down to the 60 or so players that they can pursue at their pro days. Don’t get me wrong, the combine doesn’t prove much, but it does […]

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Breaking Down The Pat Kirwan NFL Combine Explosive Rating

Let me start this post off by saying that I am a huge fan of Pat Kirwan. For those that do not know it, he is the co-host of the show Movin\’ The Chains on SiriusXM NFL Radio. Before his radio gig, Kirwan spent eight years with the New York Jets, beginning as a defensive […]

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The Terrible Podcast – 2012 NFL Combine Talk Episode

Season 2, Episode 81 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd and I jump right intothe 2012 NFL combine after we talk about a few current stories in regards to the 2012 salary cap. We discuss several of the players performances at the combine that the Steelers likely have their eyes on early […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – February 19th – Pat Kirwan Talks Mike Wallace Edition

I am a big fan of Pat Kirwan and he chimed in Saturday on the Mike Wallace pending free agency and how teams might be interested in signing him away if he is tendered at just a first round level. David Todd and I covered the Wallace situation quite extensively in the latest episode of […]

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Steelers To Protect Their Interest In Wallace, But Who From & How?

During the several interviews that Pittsburgh Steelers GM Kevin Colbert has given over the course of this week, the name of wide reciver Mike Wallace continues to pop up a lot in the questioning. Wallace of course is a restricted free agent, who at worst will receive a first round tender of around $2.742 million. […]

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Steelers 2011 Training Camp – Day Ten Recap

Day ten of Steelers training camp is in the books and if you missed the day nine recap of the Friday Night Lights session you can read it here. Steelers.com also has some video up now from the Friday night practice at Latrobe Memorial Stadium. Pat Kirwan And Tim Ryan of Sirius NFL Radio were […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Tuesday July 12th – Ageless Farrior Edition

Linebacker James Farrior is not worried about the Steelers having any problems regrouping when the lockout is over, because they have a veteran team. NFL.com Senior Analyst Pat Kirwan looks at three things each team in the AFC North should do following the lockout. Kirwan thinks a 3rd down back is in order for the […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Tuesday July 5th – Clark Talks Samoa Edition

A group of retired players filed a class-action complaint against the owners and current players in federal court Monday, saying they have been excluded from the mediation sessions taking place in an attempt to end the lockout. Former Steelers running back Franco Harris is one of the named plaintiffs. Albert Breer of the NFL Network […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday June 30th – Colon Wants Fair Deal Edition

Several teams might be possible suitors for free agent Willie Colon as he is looking for a fair deal according to Scott Brown. Although Colon would rather stay at tackle, he is not opposed to moving to guard if he returns. Colon, said. “We pull (left guard) Chris Kemoeatu so much that if I was […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Tuesday June 21st – 30 Years Of The 3-4 Defense Edition

The NFL will hold a crucial owners meeting near Chicago\’s O\’Hare International Airport today, with the lockout now well into its fourth month. Albert Breer has the latest update on what will likely take place over the next few days. Ed Bouchette looks back at the 1982 season when the Steelers changed from a 4-3 […]

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Max Starks Says Neck Is Fully Healed

Steelers left tackle Max Starks told Pat Kirwan and Randy Cross today on the Sirius NFL Radio show “Movin\’ the Chains“, that his neck injury is now fully healed and the doctor says everything looks excellent. Starks went on to say he has been cleared since January and is back training without limitations. Starks was […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday June 16th – Three Rivers UFO Edition

The great UFO mystery from the 1979 Steelers Cowboys game at Three Rivers Stadium has been solved as it was only a kite. The aliens were not coming after big headed Roger Staubach like we thought. Nothing more to see here, move along now. Hines Ward said on NFL Total Access yesterday evening that he […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday June 2nd – No Hard Knocks For Cowher Edition

Steelers receiver Hines Ward was on 680 The Fan radio in Atlanta for an interview you can listen to and said it\’s difficult to take big hits out of football and suggests flag football and that the new guidelines clash with the physical nature of the sport. He made it pretty clear that he didn\’t […]

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A Closer Look At 1st Down Success In 2010

Pat Kirwan had an article on NFL.com back in 2008 entitled, “First-down success is the key to third-down conversions” and I rediscovered it by going through some of my old bookmarks recently. The article is pretty straight forward with quite an obvious tone. The more yards you get on first down the better the chance […]

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Steelers Kevin Colbert Calls Rashard Mendenhall Comments Ill-advised

Steelers Director of Football Operations Kevin Colbert was on “Movin\’ The Chains” on Sirius NFL Radio this afternoon to talk to Pat Kirwan and Tim Ryan about the Steelers draft this past weekend. After discussing Cameron Heyward, Marcus Gilbert, Curtis Brown, Cortez Allen and Chris Carter, Ryan asked the thoughts of Colbert regarding the recent […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Monday April 11th – Roethlisberger Do-over Edition

The latest Hearing from Coach Tomlin segment is up on Steelers.com and Mike Tomlin talks about pre draft visits, the draft process and other draft topics. Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and offensive coordinator Bruce Arians would pass even more if it were up to them. According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, Judge Susan Richard […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Friday April 1st – Dallas Baker Sighting In Canada Edition

Former Steelers receiver Dallas Baker will sign with the Montreal Alouettes today of the CFL. Baker was drafted by the Steelers in the seventh round (227th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft. No, this is not an April Fools joke. In the latest two round mock draft put out by NFL.com Senior Analyst Pat Kirwan, […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday March 17th – See Rashard Twitter Edition

Scott Brown has the run down of running back Rashard Mendenhall and his support via his Twitter account of Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and his analogy between the NFL and the slave trade. I have a sneaky feeling that Mendenhall will soon disappear from Twitter like Ryan Clark did a short time ago. 140 […]

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1st Round Underclassmen Cornerbacks Success Rate Using Approximate Value

I was doing some research on 1st round underclassmen cornerbacks that have been drafted over the years and came across this article a few years back by Pat Kirwan on NFL.com. Kirwan looked at the risk involved by position of the underclassmen drafted in the 1st round going back ten years at the time. I […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Friday February 4th – The Tomlin Journey Edition

I missed posting it the other night but Pat Kirwan has a great read on the Steelers defense and what they might of learned from the Bears Packers NFC Championship Game. also two great videos in this piece as well I suggest you watch. Elizabeth Merrill of ESPN has a great piece on Steelers head […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Monday January 31st – Dick LeBeau Speaks You Listen Edition

It should be no secret to you now that rookie center Maurkice Pouncey likely will not play in Super Bowl XLV due to a fracture in his ankle and a high ankle sprain. Adam Schefter reports he is for sure out and I expect Mike Tomlin will confirm this next week as well. Also still […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday July 8th – Linebackers A Plenty Edition

NFL.com Senior Analyst, Pat Kirwan has a great piece up on the importance of outside linebackers in a 3-4 defense. Kirwan tells why the Steelers are so effective at re-loading at the position. Special teams ace Patrick Bailey is learning to fly and is working on his pilot’s license during the offseason. Bailey was re-signed […]

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