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The Pittsburgh Steelers addressed their depth concerns at the defensive end position in the 2013 NFL draft with their selection of Samford defensive tackle Nick Williams in the seventh round. In addition to that, they also signed undrafted free agent defensive ends Brian Arnfelt and Cordian Hagans following the draft.
During the post selection press conference of Williams, Steelers defensive line coach John Mitchell let it be known that the defensive tackle will be converted to defensive end and thus will be considered a project initially. With that bit of information being given, the Steelers Read more [...]
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If the 2013 Pittsburgh Steelers draft was made into a movie, the dramatic climax would come in the fourth round.
The Steelers traded next year’s third-round pick for the Browns’ fourth-round pick, No. 111, to draft flashy safety Shamarko Thomas. Then, four picks later, the Steelers dropped some jaws by drafting Landry Jones.
Jones is the first quarterback the Steelers have drafted...
During his Tuesday conference call with season ticket holders, Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert was asked about the health status of inside linebacker Sean Spence, who is still recovering from tearing up his left knee last preseason in the game against the Carolina Panthers.
“Sean is progressing," said Colbert. "When you have as serious a knee injury...
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said Tuesday that the team is in “good shape” in terms of the salary cap. “Right now, we’re in good shape“, said Colbert during a 30-minute question-and-answer session with season ticket holders.
A week ago we reported that former Michigan State nose tackle Anthony Rashad White reverted back to the Pittsburgh Steelers injured reserve list following him clearing waivers after being waived injured on May 6. On Tuesday, White was waived from the injured reserve list which means that he is fully recovered from whatever injury he may have had.
White was signed as an undrafted...
Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette doesn’t believe the Steelers would be interested in resigning free agent nose tackle Casey Hampton even if he’s not ready to retire yet.
Hampton will be turning 36 years-old in early September, it doesn’t make sense for the Steelers to bring him back. It’s time to reload and move on. They’ll be just fine without him.
The Pittsburgh Steelers announced today that they’ve signed fourth round pick, safety Shamarko Thomas.
We have signed our 4th round draft pick safety @shamarko21ya.Details HERE: stele.rs/10I8MjS twitter.com/steelers/statu…
— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) May 16, 2013
Thomas recorded 75 tackles 1 sack, and 2 interceptions during his finals season at Syracuse.
On Monday, we took a look at cornerback Josh Victorian, who will be battling to make the Pittsburgh Steelers 53 man roster out of training camp this year and today we will look at cornerback DeMarcus Van ****, who figures to be competing against Victorian for that same roster spot.
Van ****, who was drafted in the third round of the 2011 draft by the Oakland Raiders, did not arrive...
With the recent departures of Rippy and the Davis twins, the football team was under 85 scholarships. They wasted no time when they rewarded 5th year senior Desmond Brown with one. Needless to say, Brown was a happy camper and his teammates didn’t hesitate to congratulate him.
S/0 everybody showing me love right now!Y’all my motivation esp my teammates.,I do this for us!Now Lets...
According to Josina Anderson of ESPN on Twitter, free agent tackle Max Starks is visiting with the Arizona Cardinals on Tuesday and she is told that he is already in the midst of taking his physical.
Starks, who played every offensive snap last season for the Pittsburgh Steelers, reportedly visited the San Diego Chargers...
Undrafted rookie free agent Reggie Dunn wasn't a full-time starter in college but he comes to the Steelers with electrifying speed. Sound familiar?
Pats work out LB Brandon Johnson--ESPN Boston: Prior to signing a pair of offensive linemen on Monday to bring their roster total to 89 players, the Patriots worked out veteran linebacker Brandon Johnson, according to a league source. Johnson, 30, spent the 2012 season with the Steelers, recording 10 tackles in 14 games played.