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Steelers 2014 Rookie Watch 2.0

By Michael K. Reynolds The demise of Kevin Colbert as a draft guru has been greatly exaggerated. After a few years of milktoast performances the general manager of the Pittsburgh Steelers has come out swinging this year and the result has been one of the stronger draft classes in a very long time. Although it’s […]

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Steelers Rookie Wesley Johnson Could See Second-Team Time At Center Against Eagles

During the Pittsburgh Steelers Saturday night preseason win over the Buffalo Bills, backup center Cody Wallace suffered a fractured finger that needed to be surgically repaired and as a result he will sit out the Thursday night game against the Philadelphia Eagles. With Wallace already being ruled it for the third preseason game, Steelers fifth-round draft […]

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Several Steelers Players Already Ruled Out For Eagles Game

The Pittsburgh Steelers will play the Philadelphia Eagles Thursday night on the road and head coach Mike Tomlin ruled out several players for the team’s third preseason game during his Tuesday press conference. Tight end Eric Waters (concussion), guard Bryant Browning (shoulder), cornerback Shaquille Richardson (lateral knee), center Cody Wallace (finger fracture), long snapper Greg […]

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18 Steelers Players That Could Soon Get A Visit From The Turk

The Pittsburgh Steelers will need to trim their active roster down to 75 players next week so that means several players are entering their final week with the team. Below is a look at 18 players that are primed to be waived after the Thursday night preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles. DT Al Lapuaho […]

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Steelers Injury Report: Gilbert Has Stiff Neck, Waters Possible Concussion

The Pittsburgh Steelers are back practicing at their Southside facility now that training camp is over and head coach Mike Tomlin updated the injury situation following Monday’s practice. Tackle Marcus Gilbert (neck) was listed Monday by Tomlin as having a stiff neck that prevented him from finishing all of the drills. Rookie tight end Eric […]

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Steelers Waive Browning, Shaw; Sign Pocic, Nunley

The Pittsburgh Steelers made a few roster moves Monday in preparation for their Thursday night game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Waived injured was guard Bryant Browning, who suffered a dislocated shoulder in the Saturday night game against the Buffalo Bills. Also waived was wide receiver James Shaw, who hadn’t been with the team long. Signed […]

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Roethlisberger Expecting To Play Entire First Half Against Eagles

The Pittsburgh Steelers have a short week to prepare for their Thursday night game against the Philadelphia Eagles but quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is readying himself to play the entire first half, according to Scott Brown of ESPN.com. Roethlisberger wll likely be surrounded by the rest of the first-team offense on the road against the Eagles […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Bills Recap, Roster Battles, Undrafted Rookies & More Episode

Season 5, Episode 7 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd and I start this show off by recapping the Pittsburgh Steelers current injury situation coming out of their preseason win Saturday night over the Buffalo Bills. We get right at recapping the game and stop along the way to talk about Chris Carter, Vic So’oto, Shamarko […]

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Steelers Still Waiting On Returns From Rookie RB Dri Archer

During his four years at Kent State, Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back Dri Archer returned 52 kickoffs for 1,436 yards and four touchdowns. During his first two preseason games with the Steelers, however, he hasn’t returned any. During the preseason, one would think that teams would like to work on their kickoff coverage units but […]

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Steelers Get First Preseason Win Of 2014

The Pittsburgh Steelers won their first preseason game of 2014 Saturday night against the Buffalo Bills as kicker Shaun Suisham kicked a 20-yard-field goal as time expired. Suisham’s game winner was set up by a fumble recovery made by rookie undrafted linebacker Howard Jones following a sack of Bills quarterback Jeff Tuel by outside linebacker […]

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2014 NFL Preseason Kicks Off Sunday Night With Hall Of Fame Game

The 2014 preseason schedule gets underway Sunday night at Fawcett Stadium in Canton, OH as the New York Giants will play the Buffalo Bills in the 2014 Hall of Fame Game. Oddly enough, the Pittsburgh Steelers will play both of these teams during the preseason with the Giants being the first next Saturday night at the […]

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Two Steelers Training Camp Battles On Special Teams To Watch

The Pittsburgh Steelers report to Latrobe for training camp on Friday and the team will take the field on Saturday. Here is a look at two key training camp battles that will take place over the coming weeks on special teams. Adam Podlesh versus Brad Wing The Steelers head into training camp once again with their punter job wide […]

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Steelers LS Greg Warren Makes 10th Trip To Latrobe For Training Camp

On most days, Pittsburgh Steelers long snapper Greg Warren can probably walk the streets of Pittsburgh without anyone recognizing him. While many players are recognizable because they play well, Warren is unrecognizable because of his solid play. That’s because long snappers are usually never talked about unless something goes wrong with one of their snaps. […]

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The Pre-Noll Era: Recapping The 1933 Season (Part Two)

By Alex Kozora Part Two of our two-part series recapping the Pittsburgh Steelers inaugural 1933 season. This part is a little bit shorter than part one but that’s due to most games being on the road and it produced shorter game reports. Game #5: October 15th, 1933: Green Bay Packers (47-0 Loss) This tied for […]

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Steelers Ranked Second In Most Well-Built Teams Of The 00s

For much of the early years of the modern National Football League, it seemed that there was often a dominant team throughout most, or at least a good portion, of a decade. Even prior to the NFL-AFL merger, for example, Vince Lombardi’s  Green Bay Packers were certainly the dominant football force, and they went on […]

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Digging Deeper Into A Fair Contract Extension For Steelers CB Cortez Allen

With the contract extension for Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey now out of the way, the team can now turn their attention to a few other players that are entering the final year of their rookie contracts. One of those players could be cornerback Cortez Allen, but it’s tough to find comparisons to the former […]

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Bills LB Brandon Spikes Looks Forward To Facing Steelers In Joint Training Camp Practices

The Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Buffalo Bills for two joint practices this year during training camp and there’s already one player on the opposing team that’s looking forward to it. “We’re beating up on each other all time, now we get an opportunity to see another team,” Bills linebacker Brandon Spikes said. “You get […]

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Steelers Punter Battle Already Being Called An ‘Interesting Competition’

A punter battle appears to be in full swing already during the Pittsburgh Steelers OTA practices. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review calls the early offseason battle between veteran Adam Podlesh and youngster Brad Wing an “interesting competition” right now through four practices. Last year at this same time, Drew Butler was battling veteran Brian Moorman for the […]

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Know Thy AFC North Enemy: A Look At The Browns 2014 Draft Class

We have already thoroughly dissected the Pittsburgh Steelers 2014 draft class, so now it’s time to look at what the other teams in the AFC North did. We already kicked this series off with a look at the Baltimore Ravens 2014 draft, so today we will look at the Cleveland Browns 2014 draft class. 1 – 8(8) […]

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Johnny Football Comes To Cleveland

The Cleveland Browns were a busy team Thursday night in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft and that included them selecting Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel with the 22nd overall selection. Heading into draft, it was reported that the Browns would not be drafting Manziel with their fourth overall selection and that wound […]

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Cornerback Versus Wide Receiver Battle Will Be Decided Tonight

Wednesday night on Twitter, I asked my followers who they thought the Pittsburgh Steelers would pick in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft that gets underway later this evening and unsurprisingly the consensus was that they wanted either a cornerback or a wide receiver with the former being the most popular of the […]

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History Suggests Steelers Will Not Be Trading Back

Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert essentially ruled out the possibility of trading up from the 15th spot in the first round of the NFL Draft, which takes place tomorrow; trading down, on the other hand, he very much left on the table. Trading down, in fact, may be Colbert’s preferred course of action. During […]

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Peter King Mocks Virginia Tech CB Kyle Fuller To Steelers After Trade Down

Peter King of Sports Illustrated has now released a mock of the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft and it even includes a few projected trades. On Monday, King wrote that he’s been hearing that the Philadelphia Eagles are interested in trading up for LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and he managed to […]

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Report: Eagles May Be Interested In Trading Up For LSU WR Odell Beckham Jr.

During the Monday pre draft press conference, Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert unsurprisingly ruled out the team trading up in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft. Colbert did say, however, that trading down was an option and even went as far as to say he thinks it’s “a real possibility.” So, how […]

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Draft Fatigue Is Real, And The League Should Take Notice

The NFL draft fatigue is evidently very real, and hopefully the league will learn something from this in the future rather than continue to tempt fate and risk losing interest in their offseason goings-on, now that the league has successfully turned itself into a year-round business. The league has expressed its interest before in creating […]

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Tom Donahoe Reflects On The Evolution Of The Draft

Under a ‘normal’ season, the draft should have taken place this past weekend. We would already be labeling players Hall of Famers and busts by now. Instead, we get to labor through another week of mock drafts. The draft was pushed back into May in 2014. In the future, there are already talks of extending […]

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