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The Pittsburgh Steelers didn't have much success running the football as a whole in 2012, but there were a few games in the middle of the season where they looked like they might be turning the corner.
For example, Isaac Redman rushed for 147 yards on 26 carries in the Week 9 win over the New York Giants, and the Steelers running back claims that he accomplished that on two bad ankles.
"I had a big game against them," Redman told the South Jersey Times. "The ankle injuries were prior to that. I basically played that game with two sprained ankles and performed at a high level. I was fine after Read more [...]
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The Pittsburgh Steelers are no longer one of the first teams that come to mind when people think of consistently successful NFL franchises.
A model franchise can be counted on to make the playoffs every season with rare exceptions.
The Steelers are not in that category.
In the 21st century, the Steelers have missed the playoffs every third year. They made the playoffs in 2001 and...
The 2013 Senior Bowl is Saturday, and like the rest of you, I will have my eyes on several players that I think might could help the Pittsburgh Steelers. Below is a list of just a few players that I look forward to seeing with a very brief synopsis of each.
Feel free to add other names of players that you look forward to seeing play and what you are looking for out of each.
By Jeremy Hritz
It’s no secret that the Pittsburgh Steelers have several areas of need heading into the 2013 NFL Draft, and while need normally does not dictate who they draft early on, they will more than likely use their later picks to address lack of depth at certain positions. If when the Steelers select at pick 17, the best player on the board happens to be at their position...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have always been known as one of the better franchises in the NFL at developing their own players instead of paying for free agents. The team has never been afraid to say goodbye to ageing veterans such as Jason GIldon, Joey Porter and Alan Faneca to just name a few. There has always been a player behind these names who have been developing for a while to...
We mentioned yesterday that the Pittsburgh Steelers will likely redo their backfield for next season.
Even the Steelers’ official website agrees with the idea that at least Rashard Mendenhall won’t be back in the Steel City next season.
Mendenhall will be a free agent this offseason and after a disappointing season in which he came back from ACL surgery and the fact that...
By Christopher DiMarino
The primary concern that I've had for the Pittsburgh Steelers over the past few years appears to be a key theme in this NFL Playoffs. You see, I believe that the mental component of football is much more important than many lead on. Having the drive to win is vital and can separate otherwise equivalent teams. The Steelers proved a lot in the last decade...
By now you have probably read the report by Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com that states the New York Jets are looking to trade cornerback Darrelle Revis, who missed almost all of last season after suffering a torn ACL. If you are one of the people that think that the Pittsburgh Steelers will trade for Revis, you need to have your head checked.
Revis is set to earn a $3 million...
This might the first time ever that a player from the Pittsburgh Steelers has ever cheered for the Baltimore Ravens. Center Maurkice Pouncey told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that he’s rooting for Ray Lewis since they’re from the same hometown in Florida.
“I am rooting for Ray Lewis,” Pouncey said. “He is from my hometown (Pouncey is from Lakeland, Fla., and Lewis is from...