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Center A.Q. Shipley, the Pittsburgh Steelers seventh-round draft pick in the 2009 draft, was traded Thursday morning from the Indianapolis Colts to the Baltimore Ravens for a conditional 2014 draft pick.
The former Penn State center did not make the Steelers 53 man roster out of training camp in 2009, but he showed enough during the preseason to warrant him being signed to the practice squad.
In January of 2010, the Steelers reportedly tried to sign Shipley to a futures contract, but he opted instead to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles. Once again he did not make the 53 man roster in Philadelphia Read more [...]
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The Pittsburgh Steelers in are in win-now mode and have their sights set on a seventh Lombardi trophy.
Ben Roethlisberger should be at his peak performance at 30 but injuries have cost the franchise quarterback considerable playing time in recent years. How much gas Big Ben has left in the tank remains to be seen. It is this writer's opinion that barring the catastrophic...
Steelers.com Former Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell says his mother, Lisa Bell-Russell, cried when she found out he had been drafted by her favorite NFL team, the Pittsburgh Steelers. “She grew up a Steelers fan, everyone in my family did,” said Bell
With more and more NFL teams drafting athletic tight ends these days, combined with more teams trying to incorporate spread style offenses, defenses are forced to combat this with more athletic players that can defend against it.
The Pittsburgh Steelers over the last several years have primarily used just two types of personnel groupings on defense. Those two groupings have been...
On Monday, the legendary Joe Greene retired from the Pittsburgh Steelers organization and Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette talked to him by phone after the announcement had been made. During his talk with Greene, the Hall of Famer told Bouchette how he thought money, and more specifically, the one-upmanship attitude that players have today, in his opinion, is ruining the...
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Accoridng to NFL.com, Greg Cosell of NFL Films believes the Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is beginning to wear down.
Speaking of Roethlisberger, Cosell believes the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback already is starting to wear down because of his style of play. The Steelersneed a consistent running game to take pressure off Roethlisberger, who turned...
On Monday, it was announced that Joe Greene was retiring from the player personnel department of the Pittsburgh Steelers. On Thursday, the team announced a few more changes to the department.
According to the release on the official team website, Phil Kreidler has been named the team’s college scouting coordinator, replacing Ron Hughes, who will be staying with the organization...
Indianapolis signed six of its seven draft picks Thursday and added one more undrafted rookie on the eve of a three-day rookie mini-camp.
The Colts said they have signed offensive linemen Hugh Thornton and Khaled Holmes, their third and fourth-round picks; fifth-rounder Montori Hughes, a defensive tackle; safety John Boyett, a sixth-round choice; and two seventh-round picks, Kerwynn...
Like any good defensive back, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is now back pedaling on comments he made about Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
On Tuesday Clark during an appearance on ESPN, said that Tom Brady sees ghost when the pass rush starts to get to him, and will start to duck or flinch.
The Patriots and Steelers matchup this year in week 9, so either someone spoke...
Pittsburgh Steelers free agent tackle Max Starks visited with
the San Diego Chargers yesterday, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
Veteran OT Max Starks is visiting the #Chargers today, I'm told. Still looking for a tackle after Bryant McKinnie went back to Baltimore
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 8, 2013
The Chargers are in need of a tackle, and they’ve already
Seems like Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark has had a change of heart? Clark has been spending the week at ESPN, making appearances on multiple shows and sharing his knowledge on the game of football. On Tuesday, Clark when asked about the New England Patriots let it be known that he feels Tom Brady sees [...]
Pittsburgh is a beautiful city now. It's not the smoky river town I remember as a kid. The traffic downtown, though, is a congested mess. Maybe that's partly because the Penguins had a playoff game at home last night. But it looks like a case of too many vehicles, not enough roadway.
The Steelers fans I talked with at Uncle Joe Pandl's viewing were quite aware of...