Found April 08, 2012 on
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There isn’t much news coming out of Pittsburgh lately. What little news there is isn’t anything to get too excited about: Ben Roethlisberger is golfing. The Steelers got “new” jerseys; seriously they’re new, the reebok logo is now a nike swish. PunterDaniel Sepulveda wo Continue
BEST OF MAXIM
Predicting draft day trades is next to impossible, but it is fun to look at what we might deem the Pittsburgh Steelers draft board might look like along with perceived needs to speculate what trades could possibly take place.
While Jeremy Hritz has already wondered if the Steelers will trade out of first round completely, I personally think they will stay put there if I had to...
By Cian Fahey
There is a lot of speculation that the Pittsburgh Steelers will pick up a nose tackle for the future in an early round of the upcoming draft. However, the Steelers have lost a veteran contributor at the position since last season and may be looking to add experience and depth instead, or as alongside, a young prospect.
Chris Hoke was a long-standing fixture in the...
GOT THE WRONG GUY
While most people understood that it was the Mike Wallace from 60 Minutes who passed away over the weekend, some on Twitter mistakenly believed it was a certain Steelers wide receiver instead.
It is no secret that the Pittsburgh Steelers will likely select a young nose tackle to groom in the draft later on this month and one player that could certainly fit the bill is Alabama nose tackle Josh Chapman. Chapman is still currently rehabbing after having surgery in mid January on his left knee to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament that he suffered in a game against the...
Where did (former Steelers inside linebacker) James Farrior go? Did he retire?
No, Farrior has not yet retired from the NFL. He is likely waiting to see if any teams show interest in signing him after the NFL Draft. Teams use the draft as a way to fill holes on their roster, but if a team Continue
By Jeremy Hritz
All things come to pass, good and bad. The deplorable quarterback play of the Pittsburgh Steelers of the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s stung but did not stick. The grit, production, and smiles of Hines Ward helped to capture two Super Bowl victories, yet his time with the team reached its end just this past season. The ebb and flow of players in the NFL is unavoidable...
Oh how news can spread like wildfire. Even worse when it’s the wrong news. Mike Wallace, longtime correspondent for the popular television show 60 Minutes, died Saturday at age 93. However, a handful of football fans on Twitter thought that it was the Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Mike Wallace who died, and they sounded off on Twitter before realizing their mistake:
I think we all knew it was coming, but we didn’t want to believe it. Unfortunately, nothing gold can stay…
The news came in a tweet from Pittsburgh’s own Ed Bouchette:
P Daniel Sepulveda says #steelers won’t bring him back.
My first reaction...
I must admit: this is no surprise. Dan has a storied history of bad luck that began in college. He originally walked onto...
It is not uncommon for the Steelers’ first round draft pick to be a big question mark. Over the past 12 years there have only been a handful of guaranteed first round picks for the Steelers; given everything else worked out correctly of course. Even Ben Roethlisberger was not a guarantee f Continue
It’s Easter time, a time for hopeful stories about those who should have little or no hope of being drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Here are three of them: