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Steelers Six From Around The Web – December 22nd – Harrison Aims For Knees Now

Sunday marks the 40th anniversary of the Immaculate Reception and Frenchy Fuqua was on 93.7 The Fan this past Thursday to talk about the play, the Oakland Raiders and more. I always enjoy the weekly segments of NFL Playbook on the NFL Network with Sterling Sharpe, Donovan McNabb and Brian Baldinger. Here is the latest […]

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Who The Hell Was Rollin Putzier?

Ed Bouchette referenced a defensive lineman today in his morning slog that the Steelers had signed in the late 80\’s because of injuries that was released as quick as he was signed because he failed his physical due to a bad drug test. Bouchette said that the Steelers re-signed that player several weeks later and […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday December 9th – Flo Says He Is A Go Edition

Steelers right tackle Flozell Adams is very sure that he will be in the starting lineup Sunday against the Bengals. He sat out Wednesday with a high ankle sprain he suffered Sunday night. Steelers.com has some locker room interviews from Wednesday of Ben Roethlisberger, Heath Miller and Hines Ward. Newly signed punter Jeremy Kapinos practiced […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday November 11th – Kugler Plumbing Tape Edition

Steelers offensive line coach Sean Kugler is no stranger to lines getting decimated by injuries as Ed Bouchette points out. Last year in Buffalo, he used 10 starting combinations in 16 games. Nose tackle Casey Hampton has a great attitude about playing in more nickel formations as one of two down linemen going forward. Snack […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Wednesday October 20th – The Hits Keep Coming Edition

Steelers linebacker James Harrison believes the crackdown on hits by the NFL is cramping his style and claimed Tuesday night that he might consider retirement. God I hope not. NFL Executive VP of Football Operations Ray Anderson reveals the NFL\’s plan going forward to further enforce player-safety rules in regards to hits last night on […]

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