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James Harrison On Tom Brady Ruling: ‘That’s A Shame’

On Tuesday, the NFL decided to uphold the four-game suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. While we still have a while to wait until we find out whether or not Brady will take his appeal to the higher courts, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, as you would expect,…


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Ryan Clark Interning During Training Camp

As is the case every year, the Pittsburgh Steelers bring aboard former players as assistant coaches during training camp. Last year it was Mike Sellers who became one of the fan favorites. Ike Taylor is officially interning this year. Ryan Clark also appears to be serving as an intern with the Steelers,…



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Ryan Clark A Mentor To Current Steelers

Steelers.com has been conducting a “Getting to Know” mini-series to pass the time during the offseason. It’s mostly uneventful and likely a questionnaire that just gets emailed out to players. But there’s been a common thread over the last two editions. When asked to pick out a football mentor, Robert Golden…


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Steelers.com Modern-Era Team: Cornerbacks

After a day off, Steelers.com Bob Labriola is back to unveil his two selections at cornerback for the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Modern-Era squad. Remember, this only selects players from 1992 to the present day. As we always do, we’ll give you his picks, explanation, and our reaction to it. Be sure…


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Steelers Offseason Training Bound To Pay Off In 2015

Tomlin-isms. Mike Tomlin loves them. They’ve gained a sort of cult following in Pittsburgh. Obviously. We’ll defend every blade of grass. We’re going to unleash Hell. Ok, let’s forget about that last one. But at the end of minicamp, the last event standing between grueling, 18 practice, five game preseason,…


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Robert Golden Working With Ryan Clark At Safety U

It’s always interesting to hear how players are spending their last few weeks of the offseason before reporting to St. Vincent College on July 25th. Honestly, the most newsworthy event during this truly dead period. Pittsburgh Steelers’ safety Robert Golden is spending some of his time working with former Steeler…


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Steelers-Ravens Rivalry Fueled By Mutual Respect

In the rough and tumble AFC North, there exists as physical a brand of football as one will find in any division in the entire league. However, it’s a rivalry between two of the division’s heavyweights that causes the rest of the league to turn it’s head and watch with…


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Replacing Ryan Clark Not A One-Year Process For Mike Mitchell

When the Pittsburgh Steelers signed free agent safety Mike Mitchell to a big money contract last offseason, they were looking to replace Ryan Clark, who was the team’s primary starting free safety from 2008 to the 2013 season alongside Troy Polamalu. The two combined to form arguably their finest safety…


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So Many Safeties But Only So Many Spots Available

As of late, both safety positions for the Pittsburgh Steelers have been given huge question marks. Ryan Clark and Troy Polamalu held down those spots until 2014, when Clark became a free agent and signed with the Washington Redskins. The Steelers then signed Mike Mitchell, who came off a productive…


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Comparing Mike Mitchell’s 2013 Season To 2014

Last offseason, the Pittsburgh Steelers did something that’s not very common for the Rooney family, and that’s dip their toes into the free agent pool, when they signed safety Mike Mitchell to a 5-year/$25 million deal. On paper, the signing looked good, as it added an instant replacement for vacated…


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Steelers Should Kick The Tires On Safety D.J. Swearinger

Heading into the 2015 NFL Draft, more than any other position except maybe outside linebacker, the Pittsburgh Steelers needed to add talent to the one area sorely lacking in it, and that’s in the secondary, especially the cornerback position. The team grabbed zone extraordinaire Senquez Golson, a 2014 All-American, in the second round. They…



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Future Leaders: Mike Mitchell

The Pittsburgh Steelers have parted ways with a number of aging talents that epitomized success in the community during the height of their careers. While their on-field assets may have diminished over the years, however, one should not underestimate the ripple effect that their departures could have within the locker…


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Rebuilding An Iconic Defense Doesn’t Happen Overnight

Right in the midst of a rebuild, the run defense of the current Pittsburgh Steelers made significant strides down the home stretch of the 2014 season. Seemingly, this coincided with the entrance of rookie defensive end, Stephon Tuitt, into the starting lineup, and the future looks bright for him. Behemoth rookie…