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Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark voiced his objections to the NFL’s plan to monitor low hits on defenseless players. “I’m so disgusted with the NFL right now about those situations,” Clark said, via the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “If an offensive player makes enough of a stink, they’ll
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The young linebackers that are all competing for a spot on the Pittsburgh Steelers final 53 man roster have played well collectively as a unit on defense so far during the preseason, but head coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday during his press conference that this week he really wants to see what they each can [...]
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Steelers safety Ryan Clark is upset with all of the rule changes the NFL has instituted for tackling opposing players.
“I’m so disgusted with the NFL right now about those situations,” Clark said, via the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “If an offensive player makes enough of a stink, they’ll change it. I know Tony Gonzalez was extremely upset about the hit on Dustin Keller. I...
I have written far more negative things about Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark in recent years than positive. A great deal of those negative comments had more to do with his off-field decisions and actions than on.
In this particular case, Ryan Clark recently stated what I and many other football fans have been saying for some time now about the direction of the game.
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Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin finally intends on playing second-year offensive lineman Kelvin Beachum at center Thursday night against the Carolina Panthers, and he told Bill Hillgrove during his pregame sit-down that the SMU product could become a regular part of the offense in addition. “He is a very versatile player, and we’re enjoying [...]
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The Pittsburgh Steelers finished their 2013 preseason winless Thursday night as they lost to the Carolina Panthers 25-10. Head coach Mike Tomlin addressed the injury situation following the game during his post game press conference. “The only injury is Will Johnson,” said Tomlin. “He had a hamstring of some description. He’s going to be evaluated.” [...]
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Steelers safety Ryan Clark, like so many other NFL defensive players, is trying to figure out why there is a double standard when it comes to keeping offensive and defensive players safe.
While talking to the Post Gazette, Clark voiced his concern with the NFL reviewing the policy for hits to the lower leg area. Clark and so many others, feel that they won’t have an available...
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin announced Tuesday during his press conference that tight end Heath Miller, who remains on the Active PUP list, will not play Thursday night in the preseason finale against the Carolina Panthers, but the fact that he included him in his run down of the injured players is encouraging. “He’s [...]
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The Pittsburgh Steelers got the best news of the summer on Monday, rookie linebacker Jarvis Jones just had the wind knocked out of him. Jones left Saturday’s preseason game strapped to a gurney with an IV dripping into his arm as he was rushed to a nearby hospital. “It’s just one of those
by Bo Marchionte
Mike Tomlin's six year tenure with the Pittsburgh Steelers has brought two Super Bowl appearances and one victory. Averaging over tens wins in his first six season it's safe to say that Tomlin isn't on the hot seat, but two straight seasons with no playoffs could raise some eyebrows. The Steelers lost five games be three points last season...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have few questions about their starters heading into Thursday night's preseason finale against Carolina.
The only goal for the starters who play against the Panthers is to make sure they don't get hurt. The only position battle left is at punter, where Brian Moorman and Drew Butler will get one last chance to impress coach Mike Tomlin.
The real challenge...