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Former Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison is now officially a member of the Cincinnati Bengals as of Tuesday and he talked to the media via conference call earlier today. Harrison, who spent nine seasons in Pittsburgh, admits he doesn't quite know yet how to feel about the change. "I wouldn't say it feels strange," Harrison said. "I guess when that time comes, I'll have a better understanding or feeling of exactly what it will be then. I'm just happy to be able to continue playing." Following his March release, several speculated that the former Defensive Player of the Read more [...]
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Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert reportedly said the team is open to the possibility of selecting a quarterback in this year's draft.
The 2013 NFL draft will get underway in New York City Thursday evening, so it is now time for my final Pittsburgh Steelers mock draft of the year.
Mock drafts are never satisfying to me as the odds of getting all of the picks correct really doesn't exist. The process, however, is satisfying, as I get a chance to watch a lot of tape and read a ton of material on several of the...
The 2013 NFL Draft is approaching faster than James Harrison can say Whodey!!! With the draft so close we should have at least a general idea of who the Pittsburgh Steelers might draft with their first round pick, but even the experts can’t agree. We searched through many different sites and articles to find the [...]
Karl Walter/Getty Images Zimbio.com Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said Monday during the Steelers’ pre-draft press conference that the team would not trade up in the first round and feels there will be a good player available at the 17th overall pick.
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert was a guest Tuesday morning on 105 The X Radio and clarified his reasoning as to why the organization is more open to trading down in the first round of the NFL draft than up. His answer was not surprising, but it no way signified that they are guaranteed to move down on Thursday.
"The first thing that you got to do is to look...
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said Monday, via Steel City Insider, that the Steelers probably won’t be trading up from the No. 17 pick in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft.
Tell us something we don’t know.
The real question is whether the Steelers will trade down in the first round.
As Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette pointed out, there isn’t...
The Cincinnati Bengals are coming off two straight playoff seasons and are looking to remain a playoff team in 2013. Andy Dalton and A.J Green were both hits in the 2011 NFL Draft and have been the key reason why the Bengals have been to the playoffs. Both look to remain on a role heading into 2013 but both times in the playoffs they have lost to the Houston Texans. In this mock...
Season 3, Episode 95 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I start off discussing the extension given to Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Steve McLendon following his visit with the Green Bay Packers. We also look back at the way the team handled all of their restricted free agents this offseason.
James Harrison has now signed with the Cincinnati Bengals so we...
I admit that I am like most fans of professional football in that I get excited for the release of the upcoming season’s schedule but for different reasons perhaps.
For me, it signals that we are extremely close to the NFL Draft and that the season itself is drawing nearer as well. What I don’t understand is why so many fans and experts enjoy getting caught up in their teams’...
The upcoming NFL Draft will impact every team in the league,
but Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert told reporters during
today’s press conference that the future of several veterans will be impacted
by the selections the club makes this weekend. Specifically, who the Steelers
do or do not draft could impact the team’s willingness to sign free agents
The Pittsburgh Steelers don't think they'll find an impact player with the 17th pick in this week's draft.
That's fine by general manager Kevin Colbert, who believes it takes any player at least one season to figure out how to play for one of the NFL's marquee franchises.
There are plenty of holes to fill in Pittsburgh, which lost a handful of starters to free...
The national holiday that is the NFL Draft is upon us this week, a three-day festival celebrating footballs future booms and busts beginning on Thursday evening.
The Bengals have the 21st overall pick in the first round and will start with a total of 10 picks in the seven rounds, including two each in Rounds 2, 6 and 7. Coming off of consecutive playoff seasons, the Bengals dont...