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Boston College quarterback Tyler Murphy (2) beats North Carolina State defensive end Mike Rose (90) during the second half at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, N.C., Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014. Boston College won, 30-14. (Ethan Hyman/Raleigh News & Observer/MCT)

Tyler Murphy The Ideal Practice Squad Candidate

He’s been a quarterback. A receiver. A gunner. A jammer. Maybe he fights crime at night? Tyler Murphy has done it all in training camp. And it’s why he deserves a spot, somewhere, on this team. The official site can list him wherever they want. It doesn’t matter. Murphy will…


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Friday Night Lights Practice: Steelers Friday Night Five Questions

Happy Friday to all of you and if you’re like me, you’re gearing up for the Pittsburgh Steelers annual Friday Night practice at Latrobe Memorial Stadium. Alex Kozora and Jon Ledyard will both be present for the practice and if you’re not doing so already, you need to be following…



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Steelers Ben Roethlisberger Fifth Best Quarterback In NFL Per MMQB

We have roughly three more weeks of ranking lists to look forward to prior to training camps getting started around the league. A recent one by Andy Benoit of MMQB included a stab at the quarterback hierarchy. After deciding on Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning as…


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NFL Network’s Top 100 Players: Steelers Ben Roethlisberger Ranked 26th

The NFL Network continues to count down their annual Top 100 players of 2014 and Wednesday night it was revealed that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger finished 26th overall based on the voting that is supposedly done by his peers. Last season Roethlisberger finished 31st overall. Roethlisberger, who has now…


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Ethan Hemer Looking To Again Overcome Odds

When we talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive ends, there are a few common tropes. The greatness of Cameron Heyward, the promise of Stephon Tuitt, and the relentless jokes thrown at Cam Thomas. Obviously, there are several other, less talked about candidates at end. One trying to stick to the…


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Is This Landry Jones’ Final Season?

For seemingly their entire history, the Pittsburgh Steelers have been dead-set on keeping three quarterbacks. While that used to be practically a given, the NFL has seen a shift in philosophy as more teams each season keep only two on their 53 man roster. In 2011, 13 teams carried only…



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Roethlisberger Could Be Primed For MVP-Caliber Season

No Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback has hoisted the NFL’s Most Valuable Player Award since 1978 when the “Blonde Bomber”, Terry Bradshaw, took it home. That season, he threw for 2,915 yards with 28 touchdowns, and 20 interceptions. Those numbers were in a different era though, whenever quarterbacks didn’t wear dresses and…


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The Steelers Future’s Report: Tajh Boyd

Name: Tajh Boyd College: Clemson Height: 6’1 Weight: 222 Born: 9-25-1990 We have officially come to the end of the first ever Steelers Future’s report and we will finish up the evaluations with former Clemson standout, quarterback Tajh Boyd. Boyd joins the Steelers after being cut by the New York Jets…



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Sensible For Steelers To Show Interest In LB Brian Orakpo

Usually this time of year, as the start of free agency looms, and cuts are made, the Pittsburgh Steelers sit back and watch the rest of the NFL landscape partake in the bonanza. Perennial bottom feeders like the Oakland Raiders, Cleveland Browns and Washington Redskins often go crazy, choosing to…



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First Offseason Weekend: Friday Night Five Questions

The 2014 NFL season is now behind us but at least the NFL combine is just a few weeks away. The offseason means nothing to us as we continue to motor along with daily content and draft prospect previews. As usual, I have five questions for you to answer in…


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Are The Steelers Finished Giving Second Chances?

In today’s NFL, players are expected to abide by a certain code of ethics and are given a very short leash as far as what’s expected of them. There’s a very fine line, and if you cross it or even tread it, Commissioner Roger Goodell has proven time and time…