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Former Steelers RB Rashard Mendenhall Enjoying The Simple Life & Waffle House In Arizona

Former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall has taken to the Huffington Post via a blog post to share his happiness of being in Arizona. The Steelers former first-round draft pick, who signed a one-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals early in the free-agent signing period, claims that, while only being settled in his new […]

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Steelers Release LB James Harrison

The Pittsburgh Steelers have released veteran linebacker James Harrison on Saturday. Harrison, who had two years left on his contract, was scheduled to make $6.57 million in 2013 and $7.575 million in 2014. His release will clear $5.105 million in cap prior to displacement in the top 51 salaries on the team. Harrison was originally […]

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Steelers Should Pull A Jeff Reed With Kicker Grant Ressel

By Jeremy Hritz The Pittsburgh Steelers seemingly made it a point of emphasis to draft players this year to address areas of need at certain positions: David DeCastro and Mike Adams at guard and tackle, respectively, Sean Spence at inside linebacker, Alameda Ta’amu at nose tackle, and Chris Rainey at running back. One position that […]

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Steelers Broncos Wild Card Game Was Most-watched TV Program Since Super Bowl XLV

The Pittsburgh Steelers did not win in Denver this past Sunday against the Denver Broncos in the AFC Wild Card game, but it seems that the NFL joined the Broncos as winners as NFL PR man Greg Aiello reported on Twitter today that the game between the Steelers and the Broncos was the most-watched game […]

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Steelers Slipping In 2012 Super Bowl XLVI Odds To Win 7th Lombardi

The odds makers are slowly losing confidence in the 2011 Steelers team and their chances to win it all this season. The betting site Bodog updated their futures betting lines for the 2011 season this morning and the Steelers are now listed at 14/1 odds to win it all in Super Bowl XLVI that will […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Monday July 11th – Rookie Salary Hangup Edition

Gerry Dulac still thinks the Steelers will re-sign free agent cornerback Ike Taylor according to his Sunday story. Albert Breer of the NFL Network reported on Sunday that the rookie salary system is a major discussion point as talks roll on today. Even the twin brother of Tiki Barber, Ronde Barber, does not think it […]

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Hines Ward Hall Of Fame Bound Update

With the recent announcement by Steelers receiver Hines Ward that he would like to play a couple of more seasons, it is time to once again look at his credentials and chances of one day being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Here is my post last offseason on Ward for a reference […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Friday June 17th – Camp Tomlin Underway Edition

Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin is playing host to a free two-day camp yesterday and today for boys and girls ages 7-14 at Brashear High School. The camp is funded by the corporate sponsors, who underwrite the entire camp. Pro Football Focus has the pass blocking efficiency numbers up now for the tight ends and […]

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Hines Ward Interview On The Rich Eisen Podcast Audio

The Rich Eisen Podcast made its television debut earlier tonight with Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward as his first guest. Ward talked about his popularity rise since appearing on Dancing with the Stars and gave an update on his thumb injury that occurred week one against the Falcons. Ward gave his thoughts about the new […]

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Emmanuel Sanders Feet Recovered Enough For Golf Course

It has been a few weeks since I posted about the recovery of Steelers second year wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders who underwent surgeries on both of his feet since Super Bowl XLV. In the last update in late May, it was reported that Sanders worked out with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and a few other teammates […]

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Emmanuel Sanders Surgically Repaired Feet Almost Healed

Mike Wilkening from Pro Football Weekly recently caught up with Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders to talk about his goals for 2011 and get an update on his broken right foot he suffered during Super Bowl XLV. We reported a while ago that Sanders had two surgeries and it ends up that Sanders has had […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Monday March 7th – Pro Days Begin Edition

Now that the 2011 NFL Combine is over, players will be performing for scouts and coaches at their pro days. NFL.com has a blog section set up to report on these daily so you can keep up with them. The Lebanon Daily News has a piece on Steve Saunders, the personal trainer of Steelers James […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Wednesday February 23rd – Move Over Ben Roethlisberger Edition

John Harris takes a look at the transition tag numbers and how they could relate to soon to be unrestricted free agent cornerback Ike Taylor. The Steelers risk losing Taylor if not re-signed to a new deal or tagged with the transition tag by 12:01 a.m. Friday. Harris also talks the LaMarr Woodley and Willie […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday February 17th – Cecil Too Vicious For The NFL Edition

Steelers practice squad running back Frank Summers, a fifth-round draft pick of the Steelers in 2009, signed a free agent contract with the San Diego Chargers this week. Summers likely sees the writing on the wall that his chances to make the 53 man roster with the Steelers in 2011 was very slim. The move […]

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Steelers Offensive Line Breakdown Play By Play Versus Packers Super Bowl XLV

Below is the play by play break down of the offensive line from Super Bowl XLV versus the Green Bay Packers. It is merely a pass or fail grade on if I think the lineman did his job or not. It also should be noted that we go under assumptions that we know what the […]

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Steelers Super Bowl XLV Offensive Participation Chart Versus Packers

Below is the Steelers Super Bowl XLV offensive participation chart versus the Green Bay Packers from this past Sunday night. I have also designated where each player lined up at the snap of the ball. Example: LOWR = Left Outside Wide Receiver. RITE = Right Inside Tight End etc. The defensive chart will be up […]

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Steelers Super Bowl XLV Defensive Participation Chart Versus Packers

Below is the Steelers Super Bowl XLV defensive participation chart versus the Green Bay Packers from this past Sunday. The chart only list plays that counted and the not the penalized no plays. You will see the Steelers used the dime package a few times and a modified nickel as well when they took Ryan […]

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Pass Rush & Blitz Stats Against Aaron Rodgers Defensive Breakdown

Below is the Super Bowl XLV charted stats of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers against the Steelers defense along with pass rush numbers, formations and personnel used by the Packers and the defense the Steelers were in. Also the blitz numbers. as you can see, Rodgers was damn good against everything thrown at him despite the […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Monday February 7th – The Day After Edition

Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward said he has no plans to retire. “I’ll be back,” Ward said after the loss to the Green Bay in Super Bowl XLV. “I’m not going anywhere.” If you missed any of the Super Bowl XLV commercials from last night, NFL.com has all of them up in the video section […]

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Steelers Super Bowl XLV Post Game Press Conferences & Transcripts

Below are links to the Super Bowl XLV post game press conference transcripts following the loss to the Green Bay Packers Sunday night in Dallas. Mike Tomlin Super Bowl XLV Post Game Press Conference Art Rooney II Super Bowl XLV Post Game Press Conference Bruce Arians Super Bowl XLV Post Game Press Conference Ben Roethlisberger […]

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Ryan Clark Super Bowl XLV Post Game Press Conference

(on if he can describe what kind of battle it was) “It was a battle. Look at the plays they made defensively, some of the throws Aaron Rodgers made. On the touchdown to (Greg) Jennings in the first half, I knew the play. I was in a coverage where I wasn’t supposed to be there […]

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Flozell Adams Super Bowl XLV Post Game Press Conference

(on how he feels after the loss) “It hurts of course. We didn’t come out with a win. We shot ourselves in the foot a couple of times.” (on hurting his shoulder) “It was just a stinger. You just have to walk it off and go back in.” (on this being the biggest disappointment of […]

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Brett Keisel Super Bowl XLV Post Game Press Conference

(on the game) “It was real tough. It was a great game. We just came up short.” (on the difference in the game) “Three turnovers to zero, that was the difference. Every time they got a turnover they scored.” (on Packers QB Aaron Rodgers) I have a lot of respect for him. He is the […]

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James Harrison Super Bowl XLV Post Game Press Conference

(on the pain of losing a Super Bowl) “I don’t feel anything but pain. It is a job, it is a game, it is what we do. It was definitely not who we are, but I am going to get to the hotel and try and let some of my pain go and play with […]

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Bruce Arians Super Bowl XLV Post Game Press Conference

(on the bad start to the game) “We didn’t convert the first third down. That was huge because we are used to getting off to good starts. But it wasn’t anything they did. We just weren’t executing. Penalties killed us early, and turnovers.” (on getting into a rhythm) “Right before the half, once we got […]

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LaMarr Woodley Super Bowl XLV Post Game Press Conference

(on what he was thinking about after the game) “We lost the game. Their offense put more points on the board than we did. We allowed them to put points on the board, and they beat us.” (on why the Steelers couldn’t put pressure on Packers QB Aaron Rodgers) “We let them out of third-down […]

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