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Is Another NFL Developmental League On The Way?

It’s been seven years now since the NFL Europe league folded, but yet another developmental league could soon be on the way. New director of football operations Troy Vincent recently said that he can see in the NFL’s future yet another league to develop talent within. “We need to keep the pipeline of talent flowing, […]

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PFT Irresponsibly Suggests That The Steelers Could Have To Forfeit A Draft Pick To The Ravens

To show you just how wacky this whole Mike Tomlin incident has become, Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk is now suggesting that the Pittsburgh Steelers might have to forfeit a draft pick to the Baltimore Ravens. This is very laughable and perhaps Smith might want to look into what Ray Fittipaldo of the […]

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Steelers Draft Pick Modifications Might Be Determined By Unforeseen Playoff Seeding Ramifications

On Wednesday, NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations Ray Anderson indicated that the Pittsburgh Steelers could suffer a modification or forfeiture of draft picks as a result of the Thursday night sideline incident in the game against the Baltimore Ravens. Those potential modifications, according to Anderson’s statement, will be considered after the final order […]

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John Harbaugh Never Thought What Mike Tomlin Did Was Intentional

On Wednesday, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was fined $100,000 by the league for his Thursday night sideline incident involving Baltimore Ravens kick returner Jacoby Jones and that news of course got back to Baltimore quickly. Since the fine was handed down, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has weighed back in on the topic. […]

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League Now Has Mike Tomlin And Steelers Held Hostage For Remainder Of Season

The word came down on Wednesday from NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations Ray Anderson that Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has been fined $100,000 for interfering with a kickoff during last Thursday night’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. In addition to that, the league will also now consider a modification or forfeiture […]

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League Fines Both The Steelers & Emmanuel Sanders For Faking Injury In Game Against Bengals

Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting via Twitter that the league has levied fines against both the Pittsburgh Steelers and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders for the cramp incident in the Sunday game against the Cincinnati Bengals back in Week 7. Schefter reports that the Steelers were fined $35,000, while Sanders was fined $15,000 for the incident. […]

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Crampgate 2012: Emmanuel Sanders Not Sure If Reprimand Is Coming

Aditi Kinkhabwal of the NFL Network reports Wednesday on Twitter that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders said that he has already met with someone from NFL about the questioned cramp that he suffered in the game against the Cincinatti Bengals a few weeks ago, but doesn\’t know when, or if, he will be reprimanded […]

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Is Antonio Brown Paying For The Emmanuel Sanders Cramp?

While I was not a fan of Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown backpedaling 20-yards into the end zone on the punt return last week against the Washington Redskins, I think him being fined $10,000 is way too harsh. To put that in perspective, the Baltimore Ravens were fined $20,000 by the NFL this past […]

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Hines Ward Says He Thinks Bounties Went On Throughout The League

Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward said last Friday on WFNZ Radio in Charlotte that he thinks bounty type systems went on throughout the league, but that he also thinks that players need to just deal with the discipline that Roger Goodell hands down now because of the power that they gave him when […]

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Steelers HC Mike Tomlin Press Conference Tuesday October 26th Week 8 Saints

Audio from Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin press conference on Tuesday October 26th, 2010. Tomlin met the media on Tuesday for upcoming week 8 game against the New Orleans Saints and goes over the upcoming game, injuries to Aaron Smith, Flozell Adams, LaMarr Woodley and Brett Keisel and recaps the Dolphins game. Tomlin takes questions […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Wednesday October 20th – The Hits Keep Coming Edition

Steelers linebacker James Harrison believes the crackdown on hits by the NFL is cramping his style and claimed Tuesday night that he might consider retirement. God I hope not. NFL Executive VP of Football Operations Ray Anderson reveals the NFL\’s plan going forward to further enforce player-safety rules in regards to hits last night on […]

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You Need The James Harrison Hits In The NFL Roger Goodell, You Hypocrite

The word came out this afternoon that Patriots linebacker Brandon Meriweather, Falcons defensive back Dunta Robinson and Steelers linebacker James Harrison all have been fined by the league office with Harrison getting the largest fine of $75,000, $25,000 more than both Meriweather and Robinson because he is termed as a repeat offender. What NFL football […]

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NFL Rule Book 2010 – Rule 12, Section 2, Article 8

Rule 12, Section 2, Article 8 in the 2010 NFL Rule book was talked about in length this morning as NFL V.P. of football operations Ray Anderson joined Mike and Mike this morning on ESPN Radio. Anderson said today, “We\’re not changing any rule.” Instead, Anderson said that the league will be beefing up the […]

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NFL May Start Suspending Players Immediately For Helmet Hits

NFL vice president Ray Anderson told The Associated Press on Monday that the league could start suspending players for dangerous helmet-to-helment hits. Anderson acknowledged that the NFL might need to do more than just fining players in an effort to cut down the hits, a day after several violent hits occurred in Sunday\’s games. Anderson […]

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