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Add Marcus Gilbert to the list of Steelers who have had surgery this offseason. Gilbert tweeted about his upcoming surgery. Gilbert had an injury to his shoulder that occurred in the game against Indianapolis. It was only Gilbert’s second start of the season. He played with the injury the entire season. He will now have surgery today to repair the injury. Gilbert will...
In an interview this week, Steelers owner Art Rooney gave at least one reason why Bruce Arians won't be back next year.
Chris Hoke was the consummate role player who planted his hands in the trenches and committed to doing the dirty work that enabled others to thrive amid the spotlight.
Although the official company line on the departure of Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians is that he retired, it’s been widely reported that he was actually forced out by Steelers owner Art Rooney II. In an interview on the team’s web site, Rooney declined to get into specifics, but didn’t deny that he’s the reason…
Pittsburgh Steelers nose guard Chris Hoke has decided to retire after playing 11 seasons for the AFC North organization.
Hoke finished the season on injured reserve with a neck injury.
Hoke will discuss his decision with reporters Thursday morning.
Free safety Ryan Clark will join four other Steelers in playing in the Pro Bowl on Sunday.
Steelers president Art Rooney II offered a slightly different version about Bruce Arians' departure than the official announcement by the team last week that the offensive coordinator had retired.
Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Chris Hoke has announced his retirement after 11 seasons in the NFL.
I'm axing what time I'm gonna be let outta here for I can go play golf. LT, who somehow is still married, Inside the NFL.
When do you draw a line in the sand for LT? For Mike Francesa, apparently...
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