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Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antwaan Randle El is back home in Indiana for his two-day youth football camp that he is running this weekend at his alma mater at Thornton High School. The Times of Northwest Indiana caught up with Randle El to ask him about his decision to retire this weekend from the NFL and his plans moving forward.
Randle El said that he decided to retire about six weeks ago to start the next chapter of his life which includes broadcast work for the Big Ten Network as well as preseason games for the Washington Redskins, who he played four seasons for. Randle El also Read more [...]
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Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review took to Twitter Saturday afternoon to predict that 2012 will be the final season for outside linebacker James Harrison in Pittsburgh.
Kaboly tweeted specifically, "I do believe that this will be Harrison's last year with Steelers. Either aren't going to afford him anymore or his back will get best of him."
Tough nosed, no complaints, hard hitting, gritty, do whatever it takes to win; we know that’s the Pittsburgh Steelers mantra. Maybe in years past it was. This year, they don’t like the playbook, don’t like their contracts, and they’re old. We have heard Ben Roethlisberger complain about the coordinator change and how hard it is [...]
According to a report by the Associated Press, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Larry Foote claims that he is the victim of a scheme to defraud him out of more than $400,000.
Foote's lawyer reportedly filed a lawsuit on Thursday in a Wayne County Circuit Court claiming that he was duped into investing money with the two defendants associated with a Dearborn Heights valet service...
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall has returned to Twitter today, exactly one year since his last tweet. In his first tweet back, Mendenhall merely said, "hello", but in his second tweet he thanked all of his well wishers and added, "My knee has healed wonderfully."
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin is back home in Virginia for his annual youth football camp and he sat down with Bruce Rader of WAVY-TV for an interview to discuss several topics that include leadership on the team.
Mike Wilkening of Pro Football Weekly talked recently to running back John Clay about the upcoming roster battle he has in front of him at training camp...
We can't go a full week without an update on Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent Mike Wallace, now can we?
Last weekend it was Len Pasquarelli of The Sports Xchange that reported that there’s been very little negotiating and no progress made between the Steelers and Wallace in regard to new long-term deal. Today, John Clayton of ESPN said in an interview that the Steelers...
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Larry Foote claims he is the victim of a scheme to defraud him out of more than $400,000.
In a lawsuit Foote's lawyer says was filed Thursday in Wayne County Circuit Court, Foote claims he was duped when he invested money with two defendants associated with a Dearborn Heights valet service. Foote was born in Detroit, went to Michigan and played...
Add another name to the ever-growing list of former NFL players suing the league for head injuries sustained while playing professional football.
Former Steelers center Dermontti Dawson, who is about to be inducted to the Hall of Fame, is among the latest to file suit against the NFL, according to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
The suit was filed July 3rd in Mississippi, and...
While going over my Twitter timeline today, I noticed a question regarding Mike Wallace. The question.. “Will Wallace show up to training camp?” My response? Probably not. And I’m still 50/50 as to whether or not I want him with the Steelers. Let me explain why. On June 15th, the Steelers had an opportunity to [...]
If fantasy football ruled the world all we would be talking about are quarterbacks and running backs, so let’s pretend just for a minute that it does. The AFC North has its share of talent at both positions, last month we ranked and broke down the talented group quarterbacks that this division has to offer, well now it’s time to do the same for the running backs.