Rod Woodson

Interview: Rod Woodson Wanted To Retire A Steeler, Explains Why He Didn’t

Bringing you another Pittsburgh Steelers’ interview courtesy of our good friend Ron Lippock of the Pittsburgh Sports Daily Bulletin. Today, Ron interviews Hall of Famer Rod Woodson, who needs no introduction from us. They talk about his coaching career, learning from Donnie Shell, and why he left Pittsburgh. Be sure to check out Ron’s book, Steelers’ Takeaways:…


Five Options To Replace Carnell Lake As Steelers’ Secondary Coach

Yesterday’s sudden departure of Carnell Lake creates a new void in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ roster. Hopefully, we’ll soon get an answer for who the team chooses as his replacement. In the meantime, here are five possible options. Rod Woodson/Darren Perry – Lumping the former Steelers’ together. Woodson wasn’t retained in Oakland…



Linebackers Tally More INTs Than Secondary For First Time In Steelers’ History

Linebacker Ryan Shazier’s interception off Robert Griffin III during Sunday’s victory over the Cleveland Browns broke a deadlock between the team’s secondary and linebacking core. Shazier’s interception marked the seventh for the Pittsburgh Steelers linebacking core, pushing it ahead of the six total from the secondary. This would mark the…


Steelers Spin: Week Seventeen Rants And Ramblings

The end is near. Of the Pittsburgh Steelers regular season, that is. And now, riding the blustery trade winds of momentum following their heart-traumatizing victory over the Baltimore Ravens by a score of 31-27, Pittsburgh will coast to the 2016 finish line with a virtual bye week against America’s favorite…


NFL Network To Debut Kevin Greene ‘A Football Life’ On Friday

If you’re not very busy Friday night, make sure you are in front of your television. The sixth season of NFL Network’s Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues Friday, December 16 at 9:00 PM ET with a profile of Hall of Fame linebacker Kevin Greene. The one-hour show produced by NFL Films…


Steelers Spin: Week Ten Rants And Ramblings

Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses. Yes…an apt descriptor of the fading lantern drawing Steelers Nation as their beloved team limps home following a dismal trifecta of losses to the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots and…most regrettably…the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday. This is not your father’s Pittsburgh…


The Pittsburgh Steelers Top 100: 19-11

In the spirit of the offseason, Dave Bryan and I are undertaking the daunting task of ranking the top 100 Pittsburgh Steelers‘ history. And we mean the complete history. 1933 to today, they’re all on the table. Dave and I came up with our own lists and then worked together…




The Optimist’s Take: Cornerbacks Against The Run

The Pittsburgh Steelers have, by and large, been on an upward swing over the course of the past two and a half seasons after they missed the playoffs for two straight seasons, and failed to win a postseason game in four straight years. Last season saw them gain that elusive…


Reynolds’ Steelers Spin: 2016 NFL Draft

There is no better hangover remedy for the 31 teams that fall short of a Super Bowl victory than the NFL Draft. In a flash, painful disappointments fade away and all teams cups’ overfloweth with bright hopes as they ride in on rainbow striped unicorns. In what has become as…



Antonio Brown Humbled To Be Voted MVP

Receivers may have a track record for being a bunch of self-absorbed divas, but Antonio Brown took being named the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2015 MVP with class. “Obviously it’s humbling. It’s a team game. It takes more than one guy to will a tea to win. I’m just thankful the guys…


David Todd: Quick Thoughts On Steelers Versus Bengals

On Sunday, the Pittsburgh Steelers went into Paul Brown Stadium and beat the Cincinnati Bengals 33-20 in a game where what happened on the field was at least partially overshadowed by lingering animosity from their prior meeting in Pittsburgh six weeks ago. The bad feelings manifested themselves in a pregame…