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Bill Cowher Advocates For Alan Faneca HOF Induction

Sure, he may be a little biased. But it doesn’t mean Bill Cowher is wrong. Speaking to Teresa Varley of Steelers.com, Cowher believes Alan Faneca should get into the Hall of Fame on his first try. Faneca was named a Hall of Fame finalist on January 7th, one of 15…


Villanueva Praises Roethlisberger’s Leadership

There has never been any question Ben Roethlisberger is the leader of this team. But it’s always nice to hear it from his teammates. Especially when it comes from one of the big guys up front. “He embodies all of the strength and courage you want to see in a…


Mike Mitchell Tuning Out Distractions In 2015

For a variety of reasons, 2014 was a tough year for Mike Mitchell. He gritted his way through a pair of torn groins, his play reflected it, and his new fans didn’t always take too kindly to his play. He wound up telling fans to “kill yourself” and “die broke,”…

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Wheaton: I’m Gaining Ben’s Trust

What a wild season for Markus Wheaton. It started with barely a peep. 273 yards through his first ten games. Only one notable splash play, a 72 yard touchdown catch on a mid-October night against the San Diego Chargers. It was frustrating, for you and him. And then everything changed….


Wheaton’s Performance Not Unexpected From Teammates

Markus Wheaton had his best day on a football field Sunday. More yards in a game than in the NFL, college, and even high school. It was a well-deserved today for a player who had struggled to produce but one that didn’t catch his teammates off guard. “He was playing…

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Blake And Dupree Discuss Containing Russell Wilson

It’s a point we, and the Pittsburgh Steelers, have highlighted all week long. You can draw up the X’s and O’s as much as you’d like, and you know we love to, but scheme doesn’t amount to much when Russell Wilson breaks the pocket and wreaks havoc on your defense….


James Saxon Reviews The Running Backs

The injury bug has struck the Pittsburgh Steelers almost everywhere. Running back is no exception. Teresa Varley talked with running backs coach James Saxon to get his overview on each running back. DeAngelo Williams has been maybe the best offseason move made by the team. Saxon readily recoginizes his positive…


Tuitt Attributes Success To Strong Work Ethic

Stephon Tuitt has truly broken out this season. The only thing that has tripped him up this season is a pesky knee injury he is hopefully finally over, as evident by his statement he would be ditching his knee brace. As he tells Teresa Varley of Steelers.com the product of…


Will Allen Attributes Red Zone Defense To Training Camp Reps

It was how the Pittsburgh Steelers’ started practice almost every day at Latrobe. Ball on the two. The famous “seven shots” series. That practice is paying off on Sundays. In a great article on Steelers.com, which has a ton of informative quotes to check out, Will Allen makes a direct…

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Jacoby Jones Embracing Opportunity In Pittsburgh

Remember when I said Isaiah Pead was the newest Steeler? Well, meet your newest newsest Steeler, Jacoby Jones. Jones was claimed off waivers yesterday and is expected to become, at the least, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ newest kick returner. As he tells Teresa Varley of Steelers.com, at first, he didn’t believe it. “The…

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Boswell’s Tryout Served As Good Primer For Gameday Conditions

In perhaps a mild upset, Chris Boswell won the Pittsburgh Steelers’ kicking tryout over veterans Kai Forbath and Randy Bullock. According to the new kicker, Boswell didn’t have to just battle two other people Saturday. He had to battle the elements. “It was pouring rain, windy, all the elements you…