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The Pittsburgh Steelers will certainly be faced with a backup quarterback dilemma next season as both Charlie Batch and Byron Leftwich are once again unrestricted free agents. While there is a good chance that one of the two will be brought back, you have to think that the position will be addressed via the draft or in free agency. The problem with both of those scenarios, however, is that the talent pool is thin in each of them.
The quarterback draft class this year is not very exciting at all, and if you have been following the paths of mid-round prospects; Landry Jones, Ryan Nassib, Tyler Read more [...]
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Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley said Monday on Sports Talk 1040 Radio in Florida that he has no intentions on training with renowned trainer Tom Shaw down in Florida this offseason.
Shaw, who currently trains Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor and a number of other NFL players down at the Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, offered Woodley an invitation to train...
Pittsburgh Steelers former wide receiver Hines Ward wanted to play another season and could see the Steelers young receivers needed a leader, but the team felt he could no longer perform at a high level. Ward says the receivers youth is a big reason the Steelers went 8-8 and missed the playoffs in 2012.
Ryan Clark, the Steelers starting free safety, has dropped his Twitter account for an unknown reason. This is the second Steelers player in recent weeks to remove himself from Twitter after Steelers lineman Doug Legursky deleted his account. Legursky left Twitter after a run in with followers over the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy. Clark’s disappearance is still in question, but...
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...
There is no denying the fact that the Pittsburgh Steelers safeties, Ryan Clark and Troy Polamalu, are getting older. Polamalu will soon turn 32 and Clark will turn 34 during the 2013 season. However, there is also no denying the fact that when healthy Clark and Polamalu are still a very good tandem at safety on the Steelers defense. Regardless of production though the Steelers have...
According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette the Pittsburgh Steelers requested and were granted permission to interview the Washington Redskins special teams coordinator Danny Smith. Smith is a Pittsburgh native and would fill the hole left by now departed coach Amos Jones who joined the Arizona Cardinals coaching staff.
Smith has been the Redskins special teams coordinator...
Former Steelers star and current NFL analyst Hines Ward will be making an appearance in an upcoming episode of The Walking Dead. As a zombie, perhaps?
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...
Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writes that the Steelers are unlikely to re-sign veteran NT Casey Hampton.
Hampton, who will be 36 next month, has spent his entire 12 year career in Pittsburgh after being taken in the first-round of the 2001 NFL draft. The decision to part ways with Hampton is due to the team wanting to inject some youth into their defensive line with...
Retired NFL player Hines Ward is ready for a resurrection, but it's probably not the kind you are thinking of. No, the former Pittsburgh Steeler isn't planning a comeback to football. He is scheduled to appear in the Feb. 10 episode of "The Walking Dead", instead."It was an amazing experience," said Mr. Ward, who will be a zombie extra when AMC's hit...
Although it may not sit well with Steelers fans, Pittsburgh center Maurkice Pouncey admitted that he's pulling for the Ravens in the Super Bowl. But why?
Even George Bush is like damn homie….
There are various reasons why players in general don’t like Roger Goodell, but I think it is summed up best by Steelers James Harrison.
“I think it’s obvious that I disapprove.” Harrison has been fined more than $100,000 in his career for hits the NFL has deemed against the rules.
“I feel like what he’s doing is not totally for...