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Watch: Steelers WR Antonio Brown In New ESPN SportsCenter Commercial

With the 2016 NFL season set to get underway Thursday night, ESPN has now released a new SportsCenter commercial featuring Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown. In this entertaining skit, Brown is attempting to break the reception record at the front desk of ESPN. “I’m sorry, is this the reception…





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Video: Bettis Tabs Bell Top Fantasy Football Running Back For 2016

When it comes to ranking running backs for the upcoming season from a fantasy football perspective, Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis has no issues with putting Le’Veon Bell at the top of his list even though he’s coming off of a serious knee injury. During a Monday segment on ESPN’s…



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Video: Bill Cowher Breaks Down The Cover 3 Defense

No mater who the coach is, it’s always fun to watch them discuss the inner workings of offensive and defensive schemes. It’s even better if that coach is Bill Cowher. In a recent video on Real Football Network, Cowher, who was the Pittsburgh Steelers head coach from 1992 to 2006, thoroughly…


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Video: Steelers CB Artie Burns Featured On People’s List

By now, you are all probably well aware of the incredible journey that Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Artie Burns has had on his way to making it to the NFL. That journey has included him losing his mother unexpectedly in addition to his father being sentenced to a long prison term….


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Patrick Peterson Explains Why Antonio Brown Is So Tough To Cover

Quite a few defensive backs around the league would likely name Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown as one of the toughest players to cover currently, but very few will actually say why that is. However, in a recent interview on “The Dan Patrick Show”, Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson did…




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Bayless Says Cowboys’ Trio Is Better Than Steelers’; Thinks Elliott Will Best Bell In 2016

On Wednesday I passed along the rankings of the league’s best offensive trios that Bill Barnwell of ESPN.com put together and that included him having the Pittsburgh Steelers threesome of Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell sitting No. 1 overall. On the Thursday morning edition of ‘First Take’, analysts Skip…