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2015 Pittsburgh Steelers Mock Offseason

We’ve shown you our series of mock draft simulations from Fanspeak.com. To start the week, we’ll take it one step further and mock an entire offseason. Fanspeak has let people like me nerd out, offering a “Managing the Cap” simulator in conjunction with Overthecap.com, a site dedicated to salary cap…


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Report: Dick LeBeau Given Full Control Of Titans Defense

On Thursday the Tennessee Titans officially announced the hiring of former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau as their new assistant head coach in charge of the defense and according to a report by Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, the 77-year-old will indeed have full control of that side of…


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Titans Officially Name Dick LeBeau Assistant Head Coach/Defense

As expected, the Tennessee Titans named former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau as their Assistant Head Coach/Defense on Thursday. LeBeau, who reportedly resigned his position with the Steelers a few weeks after the 2014 season ended, won’t be a stranger to several coaches on the Titans staff as head…


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Report: Dick LeBeau Will Join Titans As Assistant Head Coach/Defense

According to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau is expected to be named assistant head coach of the Tennessee Titans next week. Wyatt also reports that LeBeau will be in charge of the Titans defense and that Ray Horton will remain the defensive coordinator…



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Steelers Plan To Rebuild Defense Without LeBeau

In a surprising turn of events, we learned last evening, of course, that the Pittsburgh Steelers and longtime defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau ‘mutually agreed’ to the latter’s resignation, leaving open the possibility that the 77-year-old Hall of Famer could coach elsewhere in 2015. In truth, there has been a minority…


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An Early Steelers Free Agent Wishlist

Wipe away those tears? Fix that hole in the television? Good. Because though we’ll spend this week reviewing the Pittsburgh Steelers loss to the Baltimore Ravens, it’s time to start turning our attention to the offseason. I’ll throw out a list of possible free agents the Steelers could conceivably look…