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Terry Bradshaw Chimes In On College Football Player Union Topic

Last month, the Chicago district of the National Labor Relations Board ruled that Northwestern football players qualify as employees of the university and can unionize and since then the topic remains a weekly topic point on sports radio. On Monday, former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and current Fox Sports analyst Terry Bradshaw was asked to chime […]

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Steelers Greatest Draft Hits – Ninth Round +

By Michael K. Reynolds Who should the Pittsburgh Steelers take with their first round draft pick this year? Third round? Fifth? Should they emphasize offense or defense? With what positions should they take a risk? When should they play it safe? The correct answers to these questions may not lie within the impressively coiffed head […]

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Terry Bradshaw To Miss Super Bowl Broadcast Due To The Death Of His Father

Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and current Fox Sports analyst Terry Bradshaw will not take part in the Super Bowl broadcast on Sunday due to the recent passing of his father. Bradshaw, who will be replaced on the broadcast by Michael Strahan, is back in Louisiana with his family. His father, William Bradshaw passed away at […]

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Super Bowl XLVIII Preview: Seattle Seahawks Versus Denver Broncos

Per the official NFL release: Two teams. One game. It all comes down to this. On Sunday, February 2, the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos will meet in Super Bowl XLVIII (6:25 PM ET, FOX) at MetLife Stadium in the first outdoor, cold weather Super Bowl. For only the second time in the past 20 […]

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Ben Roethlisberger, Succession Planning, And The Pittsburgh Steelers

By Jeremy Hritz The Pittsburgh Steelers have been fortunate over the past ten seasons to have a franchise quarterback that has kept them competitive, never finishing a season below 8-8, and always staying in the hunt for the playoffs. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, and eventually, the magic that Ben Roethlisberger […]

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Statistics Not Enough, Never Enough, For Ben Roethlisberger

By Matthew Marczi For the fourth straight game, Ben Roethlisberger has thrown at least two touchdowns without an interception. In the process, he broke a trio of team records: total touchdown passes (212; now 215), consecutive passes thrown without an interception in a single season (159; now 189), and consecutive passes thrown without an interception […]

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Ben Roethlisberger Has A Shot At Some More Franchise Records Next Week

By Matthew Marczi Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger already holds just about all of the meaningful franchise records when it comes to quarterback play. When he takes the field on Sunday, he’ll have a chance to break some more. The first of the records—and the more obvious—is the career touchdown passes record, which he tied […]

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Ben Roethlisberger Ties Terry Bradshaw’s Career Touchdown Pass Record In Loss To Ravens

Heading into the Thursday night game against the Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger needed three touchdown passes in order to break the all-time franchise record of 212 held by Terry Bradshaw. While Roethlisberger didn’t get three in the 22-20 loss, his one-yard toss to Jerricho Cotchery late in the game managed to tie the record. […]

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Ben Roethlisberger Can Break A Terry Bradshaw Record Thursday Night

Lost in the Pittsburgh Steelers up and down 2013 season is the fact that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is quietly putting together a franchise passing record year. With 3,118 passing yards so far on the season, Roethlisberger has totaled the most passing yards by a Steelers player in the team’s first 11 games (dating back to […]

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Terry Bradshaw Would Welcome Female NFL Officials With Open Arms

As he was leaving a Beverly Hills restaurant over the weekend, Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Fame quarterback and current Fox Sports analyst, Terry Bradshaw, was we asked by TMZ about the four women who made history on Thursday when they officiated a Division II college game in Alabama. During his reply, Bradshaw said he was […]

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Steelers Fans: Four Alternatives To Bridge Jumping

By Michael Reynolds For those of you who jumped off of the London Bridge after the Vikings loss, only to climb back up, wet and ashamed after the Jets win, here is a suggestion in the…well…probable chance the Steelers suffer another setback this season. Hey. Of course we’re ALL expecting the Steelers to rattle off […]

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Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger Thinks More Super Bowl Rings Is Better Than Less

How many Super Bowl rings does Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger want to win before his career is over? Well, at least five, duh! The two-time Super Bowl champion voiced the obvious during his Tuesday appearance in London, England to promote the 2013 regular-season game that will take place at Wembley Stadium in late September […]

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Somebody Needs To Get Steelers Rookie QB Landry Jones A Terrible Towel, Pronto!

The first OTA session of the 2013 season for the Pittsburgh Steelers will get underway on Tuesday and I sure do hope that somebody gets rookie quarterback Landry Jones a Terrible Towel during the week, and more importantly, explains the history of it to him. Why? According to an interview that Jones did last week […]

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Steelers Winners And Losers – Week 6 – Titans

The Pittsburgh Steelers fell to 2-3 on the season thanks to their 26-23 loss Thursday night in Nashville to the Tennessee Titans. Below is my list of winners and losers for the Steelers in the game, and truthfully the list of losers should be much, much longer. Winners: Ben Roethlisberger – Roethlisberger was not perfect […]

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Undisciplined Steelers Team Leaves Nashville With Third Loss – Game Recap

A Thursday night game in Nashville included one Pittsburgh Steelers record being broken, but it very well might have included the Steelers 2012 season getting broken into several undisciplined pieces as they lost to the Tennessee Titans 26-23 as time expired. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger passed Terry Bradshaw as the Steelers career passing leader Thursday night, […]

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Ben Roethlisberger Has Steelers Passing Yard Record Of Terry Bradshaw In Sight

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger needed just one more passing yard in the Sunday win over the New York Jets to give him an even 12,100 for his career, but that yard and many more will come. On Sunday the Steelers quarterback become the 52nd player to pass for more than 27,000 yards and he […]

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1972 Steelers Versus Vikings Week 11 Game Surfaces On Youtube

Do you like watching replays of old Pittsburgh Steelers games like I do? If so, then you will be thrilled to know the Steelers week 11 game of the 1972 season against the Minnesota Vikings has now surfaced on Youtube. The game took place on November 26, 1972 at Three Rivers Stadium and was broadcast […]

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Steelers Rewind – Looking Back In Steelers History (July Edition)

By Christina Rivers July 1981 – Bradshaw\’s Big Toe When news of veteran quarterback Terry Bradshaw\’s \’Big Toe\’ incident hit the news wire, people were about to pull their hair out. In late June, Bradshaw had been playing with his dogs on his ranch in Grand Cane, Louisiana. The end result: a fractured big toe […]

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Steelers Rewind: Looking Back In Steelers History (Late June Edition)

By Christina Rivers June 15, 2004 – No “big” deal for Tommy Maddox On June 7th, 2004, Steelers quarterback Tommy Maddox signed a new contract that could have earned him $14 million, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.  Maddox\’s contract extended him past the 2007 season, but there were conditions. One, Maddox would have to remain […]

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Football The Most Violent Sport? Not Even Close

By Jeremy Hritz Last Wednesday night, the legendary and venerated former Steeler Terry Bradshaw made an appearance on the Jay Leno Show and gave his two cents regarding the topic of concussions and how it will impact the game of football. Quote Bradshaw, “There will be a time in the next decade when we will […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – June 14th – Antonio Brown Talks Contract Year Edition

The Top 100 Players of 2012 rolled on last night with Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger ranking 30th and outside linebacker James Harrison ranking 29th on the list that none of the players seem to admit voting for. Emmanuel Sanders joined 93.7 The Fan to talk about how the learning of the offense is going […]

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Prime Nine: Best Year For Ben Roethlisberger In 2012?

By Jeremy Hritz With the egress of Bruce Arians and the addition of Todd Haley, the Pittsburgh Steelers will be lining up opening night against the Denver Broncos with a new offense that apparently is so complex that Ben Roethlisberger labeled it the Rosetta Stone. While nobody has ever accused Ben of being a rocket […]

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Steelers Rewind – Looking Back in Steelers History (Draft Edition Pt. 1)

By Christina Rivers If one could make alive again for other people some cobwebbed skein of old dead intrigues and breathe breath and character into dead names and stiff portraits. That is history to me! – G. M. Trevelyan It\’s draft week…and so, as part of our weekly series of “rewind” articles, we\’ll step back […]

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The Moral of Manning: Don’t Take Ben Roethlisberger For Granted

By Jeremy Hritz Though all football fans had time to prepare for it, the exit of Peyton Manning from his team of 14 years was saddening. As Colts fans across the United States reminisce about the insane statistics and abundant wins that Manning brought to the team, Jim Irsay and Chuck Pagano are preparing to […]

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Steelers Immaculate Reception 39th Anniversary

It is December 23rd and that means that it is time once again to celebrate the anniversary of the Immaculate Reception. 39 years ago today the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Oakland Raiders 12-7 in the AFC divisional playoff game with one of the most famous plays in the history of the NFL at Three Rivers […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – December 12th – The Life Of Curtis Brown Edition

Teresa Varley has a great piece up on steelers.com about Pittsburgh Steelers rookie cornerback Curtis Brown and the tough path he has traveled getting to the NFL. It really shows how Brown has overcome adversity throughout his life. Varley also had a chance to talk with former Steelers draft pick and NFL Network analyst Mike […]

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