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2008-10 NFL Drafts Continue To Haunt Steelers

In the NFL Draft, your first and second rounders are the lifeblood of your team, as they’re obviously the cream of the crop when it comes to talent available. There’s usually a far cry between the #1 overall pick and Mr. Irrelevant, unless of course your name happens to be…


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Martavis Bryant, The Big Receiver Ben Has Been Clamoring For

Ever since Plaxico Burress left following Ben Roethlisberger’s rookie season, the Steelers quarterback has been lobbying for a taller target, oftentimes through the media. The 6-foot-5 Burress only started 11 games that year , but as coincidence would have it, he posted the best yards-per-catch average of his career when Roethlisberger…


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Steelers Underclassmen Have Potential To Grow Beyond Their Draft Stock

Although they are certainly not unique in this department, the Pittsburgh Steelers often seem to be an organization that prefers to draft underclassmen when possible, knowing that these are often players that would develop into talent drafted in higher rounds had they remained in school, instead letting them mature on…




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76 Underclassmen Have Declared For 2015 NFL Draft

76 college underclassmen have decided to enter the 2015 NFL Draft this year and while they have until Monday to change their minds, there’s a good chance that most won’t. Three of the Pittsburgh Steelers first four picks last year were underclassmen. First-round selection Ryan Shazier from Ohio State. Second-round…


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2014 Steelers Player Reviews: Running Backs

As we did last year, we’ll review the Pittsburgh Steelers position-by-position, player-by-player, based on what I have recorded in my Game Rewind notes throughout the season. We’ll move forward today with a recap of the Steelers running backs. Le’Veon Bell: It’s been an offense on the hunt for a feature…



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Le’Veon Bell Packing On Points Now In Addition To Yards

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell rushed for 185 yards and caught another six passes for 50 yards to give him 235 yards from scrimmage yesterday against the Cincinnati Bengals. That gives him three consecutive games of at least 200 yards from scrimmage, making him only the second player in…



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Numbers Crunch: Steelers vs Titans

By Alex Kozora A statistical analysis of the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-24 victory over the Tennessee Titans Monday night. – We have to start with the star of the show – Le’Veon Bell. His 33 rushes are the most by a Steeler since Rashard Mendenhall. His 204 yards rushing the most…


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Is Martavis Bryant’s Shoulder Ready For The Ravens?

By Melanie Friedlander, MD, FACS Injured in the final preseason game with a report AC (acromioclavicular) sprain, the Pittsburgh Steelers fourth round draft pick, wide receiver Martavis Bryant, has finally returned to practice. With a short week, it isn’t clear if he will play against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday…


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Replacing A Championship Roster – Johnson To Johnson

The Pittsburgh Steelers have experienced an uncommon amount of roster turnover over the last few seasons, which just so happened to coincide with consecutive years without a postseason berth. As a result, we’re finding an unusual amount of new faces in the starting lineup compared just to last season, when…



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Steelers’ Incoming Class Facing Easier Path To Playing Time

The 2014 season will be different for the Pittsburgh Steelers, suggested Bob Labriola, writing in an article on the team’s website. It will be different because of the incoming rookie class; not because they are an overtly special group, but because, as Labriola writes in the article, “there just aren’t…