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Antonio Brown Putting Self First, And That’s Okay

As much as we like to think of the players on our teams, particularly our favorite players, as a cut above the rest and loyal to the cause, it’s important to occasionally take a step back and view the game from the player’s perspective, as an employee. An NFL team…


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Rod Woodson Hired As Raiders Assistant Defensive Backs Coach

Former Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Rod Woodson is back coaching again with Oakland Raiders as the team announced Monday that the Hall of Famer will be their new assistant defensive backs coach. Woodson, who coached Oakland’s cornerbacks in 2011, played the final two years of his career with the Raiders. In…


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Will “Silverback” Put On A Gold Jacket?

The Pittsburgh Steelers have long been known as a blue-collar team, exemplified by the city itself and by their patriarch owners, the Rooney family, who have owned the team since 1933. Winning is a commitment there, and nothing speaks volumes like the six Lombardi Trophies the team has captured, more…




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Baltimore Is Without A Doubt Pittsburgh’s Rival City

In recent years the identity of Pittsburgh’s rival city, at least in sports culture, has changed. Baltimore has replaced Cleveland and Philadelphia as the place Pittsburgh sports fans love to hate. The reason is two fold. First, the only team from Cleveland the Pittsburgh Steelers play regularly is the Browns,…


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Steelers Rapid Fire Conclusions: Game 14 vs. Falcons

The Pittsburgh Steelers thrilled their fans with a critical 27-20 victory over the Atlanta Falcons with an impressive and daring offensive closeout of the game. With only two games left in the playoffs pursuit and Steelers Nation starting to get that super feeling again here are your Rapid Fire Conclusions:…


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Steelers Rapid Fire Conclusions: Game 12 vs. Saints

By Michael K. Reynolds Mired in the swamps of Louisiana are the sinking hopes of Pittsburgh Steelers fans as the New Orleans Saints came into Heinz Field and lathered on some good ol’ Bayou barbecue sauce with a 35-32 victory. Oh, if only the game was as close as a…


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Bryant McFadden Just The Latest Former Steeler Entering The Media

According to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ website, former Steelers cornerback Bryant McFadden, now retired, seems to have found his life’s work. It seems as though McFadden has found his new calling as a sports broadcaster, having found employment as co-host for Chicago-based 120 Sports, which offers breaking news via the internet…


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Woodson, Sapp Both Think Roethlisberger Is Still Not Hall Of Fame Worthy

Has Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger done enough already to get into the Pro Football Hall of Fame after his playing days are over? In a recent all or nothing discussion revolving around the Class of 2004 quarterbacks on the NFL Network, current Hall of Famers Rod Woodson and Warren…


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The Legacy Of Chuck Noll

By Alex Kozora It was a chaotic overtime in the Stanley Cup Finals. Gregory Polanco was about to hit his first career home run, lifting the Pittsburgh Pirates to an extra-innings victory. Running the gamut of emotions. All that excitement came to a halt after the news of Chuck Noll’s…



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Steelers Greatest Draft Hits – First Round

By Michael K. Reynolds No pick means more to a championship legacy in the NFL than the first round of the draft, and it can be argued the Pittsburgh Steelers have performed here as well as any other team over the last few decades. In the past, the Steelers earned…


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Rod Woodson Predicts The Steelers Will Go 11-5 In 2014

Following the Wednesday evening release of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2014 schedule, Rod Woodson was asked to break it down game by game on the NFL Network. “This schedule looks very taunting for the Pittsburgh Steelers,” said Woodson. “You’ve got to think, they have not had three losing seasons in back-to-back-to-back…


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Steelers Greatest Draft Hits – Second Round

By Michael K. Reynolds The end is near. Only two rounds left in analyzing Pittsburgh Steelers drafting savvy during the modern football era. What can we learn from the second rounds of past Steelers drafts? Surprisingly, they didn’t do too well with them during the glory years of the 1970’s…