Todd Haley


Steelers Vs. Bills: Ten Players To Watch Closely Saturday Night

The Pittsburgh Steelers will play the Buffalo Bills Saturday night on the road and this game should feature the healthy starters in the first half. This is the annual tune-up game for the regular season and below are ten players that I intend on watching very closely. Michael Vick –…


Steelers Vs Packers First Half Notes And Observations

The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Green Bay Packers by the score of 24-21 on Sunday, but they certainly lost more than they gained due to injury. Below are my notes and observations upon review of the first half of the game. I’m sure more than a few noticed that new…


Training Camp Diary: Day Seventeen

Welcome to Day Seventeen. Tomorrow the last one. We’ll save the tears for then, ok? Your daily report. – Injury roundup. C.J. Goodwin (unknown), David Nelson (left shoulder), Josh Harris (foot), Vince Williams (hamstring), Lawrence Timmons (toe), Cortez Allen (unknown), and Cameron Clear (right knee) were all out with injuries….


Alejandro Villanueva Making Himself Eligible For Different Hats

While trying not the oversell its significance, it was no doubt interesting to see that the Pittsburgh Steelers used first-year tackle Alejandro Villanueva as an eligible receiver during practice yesterday, and actually threw him a pass. Of course, it is worth pointing out at this time that Ben Roethlisberger actually…


Steelers Offense Looking To Set New Tempo In 2015

By now it’s a far cry from stepping out on a limb for anybody to say that the Pittsburgh Steelers have the potential to break out in a big way on the offensive side of the ball in 2015. They have a wealth of talent at all of the skill…


Game Rewind: Steelers vs Jaguars Breakdown

Game notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers 23-21 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. First Half – Kick return unit. Missing the players between the wedge and front five. Camera angles are always so poor and the lack of returns don’t help. Front five: Anthony Chickillo, Bud Dupree, Arthur Moats, Terence Garvin,…

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Markus Wheaton Off To Fast Start In Return To Practice

If you thought the emergence of second-year wide receiver Martavis Bryant last year somehow translated into a loss of significance for Markus Wheaton as he heads into his third season, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger had another take on the matter. During the spring and early in training camp, Wheaton…

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Steelers 2015 Training Camp Stock Report: Day 13 – Wednesday

I’ve decided I love night practices, not just because the heat has subsided some by that point, but also because the players’ energy seems to skyrocket when they don’t have to suit up until the evening. Wednesday night was definitely an enthusiastic practice with plenty of highlight (and lowlight) moments…


Steelers Training Camp Diary: Day Twelve

Welcome back to your training camp report. Been a few days since we’ve written one of these? So let’s not waste time and jump right in. – Injury front. Lot of guys back working today. Shamarko Thomas, DeAngelo Williams, Ramon Foster, Martavis Bryant, Jarvis Jones, James Harrison, and Cortez Allen…


Steelers Rapid Fire Conclusions: Preseason vs. Vikings

Steelers Nation overran Canton, Ohio to honor a Hall of Fame “Bus” and to celebrate the launch of a season full of high expectations. The new year couldn’t start soon enough for the Pittsburgh Steelers. After last year’s disappointing Wildcard departure against the rival Baltimore Ravens coupled with the deflating…


Steelers Narrowing Focus In Search For Third Tight End

After yesterday’s practice, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced that they were awarded undrafted rookie tight end Ray Hamilton off waivers from the Dallas Cowboys. In a corresponding move, they waived injured first-year tight end Rob Blanchflower, who had missed the previous few practices. This comes off the heels of the release…


Training Camp Diary: Day Ten

Day Ten of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ training camp is in the books. Still fun to watch practice but this was easily the least intense one since the team put on the pads. By my count, not including the waived/injured Rob Blanchflower or the three PUP guys, 16 players held out…


Offensive Growth Built From Bond Between Offense And Coordinator

Last season, the Pittsburgh Steelers reached a new precipice in their offensive ascent, producing among the very best seasons on that side of the ball in the history of the franchise. But the rise didn’t come spontaneously. It was very much a byproduct of the strengthening bonds between offensive coordinator…