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Film Room: Former Steelers DE Josh Mauro

The Pittsburgh Steelers lost three of their own players last season, either off the waiver wire or having been signed off the practice squad. The loss that seemed to most upset the fan base, however, was rookie undrafted free agent defensive end Josh Mauro, who prior to the draft drew…


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Vick Promises To Be The Best Backup He Can Be

In a game last season against the San Diego Chargers, New York Jets starting quarterback Geno Smith was benched after a lousy first half performance that included him completing just 4 of 12 passes for 27 yards and an interception. Michael Vick, who signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers late Tuesday…


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Steelers Sign C Doug Legursky, Place WR David Nelson On IR

The Pittsburgh Steelers now have a familiar face back in town as center Doug Legursky was signed Tuesday morning. Legursky, who was with the San Diego Chargers last season, will presumably back up Cody Wallace now that Maurkice Pouncey will be out for at least half the season. Legursky spent…


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Ledyard/Kozora: Greatest Steelers Safety

Another series, a collaborative one, to take you through the remaining weeks of the offseason. Jon Ledyard and I will pick a side in choosing the greatest Pittsburgh Steelers at each position. Tell us who is right and who won the debate – those don’t have to be the same…




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Chargers’ Gates Headlines Four Players Suspended

While the 4th of July is a reason for celebration across the United States, there will be four players – and their teams – who will find it difficult to crack a smile. Antonio Gates, Sheldon Richardson, and Rolando McClain have been issued four game suspensions, the league announced today….


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Steelers Rookies Make Trip To Canton

Before departing for a month, it appears at least some of Pittsburgh Steelers‘ rookies visited the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. This, of course, will also be the first location they will ever play professional football, participating in the Hall of Fame Game on August 9th versus…



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Steelers’ Rookies Could Push Cam Thomas Out The Door

It is no secret that 2014 free agent signee Cam Thomas struggled mightily last year with the Pittsburgh Steelers, eventually losing his starting job and considerable playing time as the season went on. What might be a surprise however, is that Thomas’ spot among the 53-man roster is far from…


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Assessing The Steelers Free Agent Alternatives: Third-String Quarterback

So far in this series we’ve tackled the Pittsburgh Steelers running back position and offensive tackle position. Of course, the one position that may need better competition the most is at quarterback. It goes without saying that Ben Roethlisberger is locked in as the starter for years to come. Additionally,…


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Steelers Film Room: Cameron Heyward Plays With Power And Leverage

I felt compelled to write about Cameron Heyward this week, given that a player with about half his ability in Corey Liuget just signed a five-year, $50 million extension yesterday to remain with the San Diego Chargers for the foreseeable future. No disrespect meant to Liuget, who is a solid…



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Football Is A Family Affair For Steelers’ Chickillo

Five years ago, former Miami Hurricanes head coach Randy Shannon had a 2011 recruiting class, with the centerpiece headliner of that class being the highly sought after 5-star recruit, Anthony Chickillo. Now, playing for the “U” is an enigma in of itself, but Chickillo wasn’t your everyday run-of-the-mill signing, as…


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Much Like Shazier, Olsavsky Knows All About The “Undersized” Label

Much like their 2014 first round draft choice, inside linebacker Ryan Shazier, Pittsburgh Steelers inside linebackers coach Jerry Olsavsky knows all too well about the whispers from the pundits regarding size. The Steelers’ tenth round draft choice in 1989, he was a 6-foot-1, 221-pound demon on special teams his rookie season while backing…