Found May 31, 2012 on
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Ed Bouchette is reporting that the Steelers draft picks David DeCastro, Mike Adams and Alameda Ta’amu may be able to participate in Steelers minicamp. All 3 of these guys are still in school and were not allowed to participate until the semester was over. That now may not be the case.
According to Ed the players can attend when their course work is over not when the semester is over. That means that Adams may be at the next set of OTAs and be at minicamp. DeCastro and Ta’amu will not be at OTAs but they very well could be at minicamp.
This may not sound like much but it could be really important for this team. Especially for DeCastro and Adams. These two guys are expected to start on this team. If they are able to get to at least minicamp that is an advantage for the Steelers. Waiting to get them on the field in Training Camp would put the team behind. Getting these guys feet wet now will only help later.
Lets hope their work is complete and they can make it to camp.
BEST OF MAXIM
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger once again had a microphone in his face on Wednesday after the team wrapped up their second practice of their second off-season OTA session, and once again he made a few comments that will be interpreted by many as a shot at both his new offensive coordinator Todd Haley as well as the fan base.
Roethlisberger was asked by Joe Starkey...
I’m pleased to announce our new partnership with Total Sports Enterprises (TSE) for the upcoming Steelers season.
TSE is a Steeler-fan-owned company that represents Hines Ward, Mike Wallace, Lawrence Timmons and Rocky Bleier for all of their memorabilia & autograph appearances, and also works with them on social media marketing, licensed products, and other...
PITTSBURGH - When the Pittsburgh Steelers told tight end David Johnson they wanted to move him to fullback full time this season, Johnson told coach Mike Tomlin he'd do whatever is necessary to stay with the team.
The way Johnson looked at it, the move cleared up the confusion he felt last season when he would spend all week meeting with the tight ends only to spend most games...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers star Hines Ward has been hired by NBC Sports to work as an analyst for its NFL and college football coverage.
Ward retired in March after 14 seasons with the Steelers.
NBC announced Thursday that it has come to a multiyear agreement with Ward. The four-time Pro Bowl receiver will be a regular contributor to the NBC's Football Night In America on Sundays...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kordell Stewart officially retired on Wednesday, saying he needed closure nearly seven years after playing his final NFL down.
The 39-year-old planned to sign a one-day contract with Pittsburgh before walking away to give his football career a sense of finality.
Stewart played for the Steelers in eight of his 11 seasons, becoming a sensation...
Hines Ward predicted he wouldn't wear retirement well. He didn't wear it long, either. Ward will be part of NBC Sports' football coverage, joining the Football Night in America show that airs Sunday night while also contributing to other projects. "It is a big honor for me and I am looking forward to making the most of this great opportunity." Ward said...
Hines Ward will be making the transition from athlete to broadcaster now that he’s retired.
The former Steelers receiver has been hired by NBC Sports according to SI media reporter Richard Deitsch.
Deitsch says Ward will serve as an analyst for “Football Night in America,” college football and on the NBC Sports Network.
NBC’s Football Night in America frequently rates as...
With the Steelers having hired Todd Haley as their new offensive coordinator, many expect significant changes to be in order for the 2012 season. Haley likes to run the ball, and it remains to be seen how Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh receivers are going to react to that. On one hand, running it more could help preserve Big Ben’s health. That would be a plus, but the NFL...
Hines Ward has had a busy last couple of years. He's been on the cover of a cereal box (pats self on back), won ABC's reality show dance contest, Dancing With The Stars, and will appear with other Steelers in the summer blockbuster The Dark Knight Rises.
Oh, he also accrued the statistics necessary to make him a Hall of Fame football player, and he retired from the game...
Hines Ward Joins NBC Sports Stable of Analysts- NBC Sports Group has announced that former Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward has joined the company as a football analyst. Ward will be a regular contributor on Football Night in America; serve as an analyst every Saturday on NBC’s and NBC Sports Network’s college football studio programming with Liam
I am so confused by this.
At first I thought I was being PUNKED, but then realized it was a real press release.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kordell Stewart retired on Wednesday, seven years after last stepping on an NFL field. Stewart, 39, said he needed closure in his life, according to The Associated Press.