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There may be optimism about the health of Le'Veon Bell, but Ben Roethlisberger's optimism about the Steelers' offensive line means more, writes Mike Prisuta.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers agreed to a trade to help bolster their backfield as they acquired running back Felix Jones from the Philadelphia Eagles for linebacker Adrian Robinson Friday. Photo Credit: Steelers.com Jones was originally selected out of the University of Arkansas in the first round (No. 22 overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys. The 5-10, 215-pound ball...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch let it be known recently that offensive coordinator Todd Haley wouldn’t allow quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to audiblize out of plays at the line of scrimmage last season. “By not being allowed that flexibility, like Bruce Arians allowed him to have to change at the line of scrimmage to a […]
Charlie Batch Hints That Ben...
Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back Le’Veon Bell learned Thursday that the injury he suffered against the Washington Redskins Monday night was just a mild-foot sprain that won’t require surgery, reports Steelers.com. “I am definitely encouraged by everything,” said Bell, who
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Cortez Allen missed nearly all of training camp after having minor knee surgery several weeks ago, but head coach Mike Tomlin hinted Thursday that the third-year player might be healthy enough to play Saturday night in the third preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs. According to Bob Labriola of Steelers Digest, […]
Steelers CB Cortez Allen...
According to Adam Caplan the Philadelphia Eagles traded their in state rival running back Felix Jones today for linebacker Adrian Robinson. Felix Jones was on the roster bubble, and this was a good trade for both teams. With the injury to Le’Veon Bell the Steelers wanted a back that can catch the ball out the […]
A few of you have asked about contract of running back Felix Jones, who the Pittsburgh Steelers acquired in a trade Friday with the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for second-year linebacker Adrian Robinson so below is a quick look at it. Jones signed one-year qualifying contract with the Eagles back in May that included a […]
A Quick Look At The Contract Of New Steelers RB Felix...
The whistle sounded to end practice, and wave upon wave of Pittsburgh Steelers jogged off the field to the comfort of the locker room.
Not David Johnson.
To be honest, the tight end doesn't jog. Ever. Johnson moves with a deliberateness typically reserved for those with no particular place to go and no incentive to get there early.
While his teammates made a beeline for the...
Season 4, Episode 11 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I start by talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers decision to trade for running back Felix Jones on Friday. We look at the trade from all the angles as it relates to the final 53 man roster and who the trade […]
The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Trade For Felix Jones, Roster, Injuries & More...
Remember when the Pittsburgh Steelers could get useful Cowboys castoffs?
Don’t expect running back Felix Jones to make Mike Tomlin and Kevin Colbert look like geniuses the way Flozell Adams did in 2010.
The Steelers traded outside linebacker Adrian Robinson to the Philadelphia Eagles for Jones on Friday, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
This isn’t a bad trade for the...
According to Scott Brown of ESPN.com, Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin said during a press conference Wednesday that Le'Veon Bell has a mid-foot sprain and not a tear associated with a Lisfranc injury. He won't require surgery and Tomlin says the team is encouraged by developments over the last 48 to 72 hours.Fantasy Spin:Tomlin refused to offer a long-term timetable, only saying...
The Pittsburgh Steelers go into their third preseason game Saturday night against the Kansas City Chiefs with even more questions than usual. Their second-round pick, running back Le’Veon Bell, has sustained a Lisfranc injury to his foot which could have him out 6-8 weeks. Jonathan Dwyer led the team last year with only 623 yards rushing on 156 attempts for a 4.0 yard average....
Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back, Le’Veon Bell,
injured his foot Monday night against the Washington Redskins and is already showing
signs of a swift recovery.
Wilkening of NBCSports reports that Bell will not need surgery to his
injured foot. Moreover, head coach Mike
Tomlin stated that Bell could already to do some physical activity “without
Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger and Kansas City's Alex Smith fought to a first-half draw and the Chiefs beat the Steelers 26-20 in overtime on Saturday night.
Roethlisberger was 13 of 19 for 166 yards and a 13-yard touchdown pass to Jonathan Dwyer as the Steelers shook off two lethargic performances with easily their best 30 minutes of the preseason.
Smith struggled early...
The Steelers were dealt a major blow to their unsettled running back situation, as perceived frontrunner Le'Veon Bell (foot) was diagnosed with a Lisfranc injury and is expected to miss the next six weeks of action. The news obviously sends his draft stock tumbling downward, paving the way for Isaac Redman, Jonathan Dwyer and LaRod Stephens-Howling to head the Steelers' rushing...