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The Pittsburgh Steelers waived wide receiver David Gilreath on Monday to make room on the roster for offensive lineman John Malecki, who was promoted from the practice squad. On Tuesday the Tampa Bay Buccaneers claimed Gilreath off waivers and signed him to their 53 man roster.
The Steelers were likely hoping that Gilreath would clear waivers so that he could be signed back to their practice squad today. The team currently has two spots open on the practice squad as wide receiver Toney Clemons was signed away by the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers announced Wednesday morning that they had signed tackle Joe Long and guard Justin Cheadle to the practice squad to fill the spots that previously belonged to Toney Clemons and John Malecki.
In addition to those signings, Bob Labriola now reports that former FSU wide receiver Bert Reed has also been signed to the practice squad and to make room for him cornerback...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have one less wide receiver on their practice squad right now as the Jacksonville Jaguars signed Toney Clemons to their 53 man roster today.
Clemons was drafted by the Steelers as their first of four seventh-round picks (231st overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft out of Colorado.
The rookie registered just one catch for 14 yards during the preseason for the...
The Pittsburgh Steelers sorely need to get quarterback Ben Roethlisberger back as soon as possible and there is a possibility that it could happed this next week against the Baltimore Ravens.
Roethlisberger, who has missed the last two games due to dislocated rib and right shoulder injury, hopes to play Sunday in Baltimore.
"I'm going to try," Roethlisberger told...
Assuming the Pittsburgh Steelers don't turn the ball over 8 times this coming Sunday, they still will have a tough chore in beating the Baltimore Ravens should quarterback Ben Roethlisberger not play. Hell, even if Roethlisberger does play it will be a tough chore, as it always is.
Do the Steelers have a chance to win if Charlie Batch winds up starting? Sure they do, but even...
Many people figured that going into the 2012 NFL season, it could be the final year we see Rashard Mendenhall in a Pittsburgh Steelers uniform. It had little to do with the fact that he was coming off of a major knee injury from the end of last season, but the team made little effort to lock him up to a long term deal even before the injury. With Jonathan Dwyer and Isaac Redman in...
Ed Bouchette reports that Steelers WR Antonio Brown and S Troy Polamalu are expected to return to practice on Wednesday and both have a shot at playing against the Ravens this weekend.
Brown has missed a few weeks because of an ankle injury, so having him back in the lineup would certainly help their passing attack in the weeks to come. If Charlie Batch is under center against...
Fantasy Football News - Mike Tomlin, during his Tuesday press conference, named Jonathan Dwyer the starting running back for the Steelers in week 13 versus the Baltimore Ravens.
FFLockerRoom Take - That is great news for Dwyer owners who were holding out hope that the cream would rise to the top. Dwyer has been the most effective running back for the Steelers all year. His numbers...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Mike Adams is expected to miss a good amount of time after suffering a high ankle sprain this past Sunday.
Steelers expect to be without starting tackle Mike Adams for a significant period of time with a high ankle sprain
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) November 27, 2012
Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley...
Get your last kicks in on the Pittsburgh Steelers, because they won’t be down for much longer. Mike Tomlin has settled on a back, and the injured players, including Ben Roethlisberger, are matriculating back onto the practice field.
A busy day for the Pittsburgh Steelers: Roethlisberger update, Wallace & Mendenhall on their demotions; Troy Polamalu back on the field.
The Steelers have had it rough the last couple of weeks, dropping two straight while the Cincinnati Bengals have closed the gap in the wildcard race. Ben Roethlisberger's status is still up in the air for this weekend's game against the Ravens, but even with another loss, the Steelers aren't in terrible shape in the playoff picture.
The Steelers have a couple of key...
The Steelers will need their franchise quarterback this week to get back on track and stay alive in the AFC playoff race. Meanwhile, the Bengals can inch into the final playoff spot with another victory coupled with a Steelers loss.