Found November 03, 2011 on
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Earlier this week, much was made about some reporter showing Jaromir Jagr a 15-year old jar of his Pittsburgh-famous peanut butter. But Jagr's a Flyer now so screw him and his expired nut spread (Expired Nut Spread is my band name - ed.).
Via Steve comes something better...TERRY BRADSHAW PEANUT BUTTER FROM 1982! And it's crunchy peanut butter, too!
Man if I don't...
The Steelers’ injury-ridden linebacker corps is forcing Head Coach Mike Tomlin to be innovative. Inside linebacker Lawrence Timmons has taken James Harrison’s outside linebackers spot over the past four weeks. Meanwhile, rookie Chris Carter and second-year man Stevenson Sylvester have been press into action. Three starters are currently nursing injuries. James Harrison, who has been [...]
Can the Steelers repeat their stellar performace against the Ravens this Sunday?A few weeks ago I wondered if we’d ever see the “real” Pittsburgh Steelers this season. In my years of watching our boys play ball, I’ve come to know one thing: Somehow the Steelers win, but for some reason they like to make it close. That especially holds true for this bunch since while behind...
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley remained limited in practice on Thursday and his status for Sunday's showdown with Baltimore is questionable.
The Bengals have sold out their Nov. 13 home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, breaking their streak of seven straight games blacked out on local television because of less-than-capacity crowds.
Cincinnati (5-2) failed to sell out its last four games in 2010 and the first three this year. The Bengals drew only 41,142 fans for a win over Buffalo on Oct. 2, the smallest regular...
The offensive line breakdown from the week 8 game against the New England Patriots is now complete and what a great performance it was overall by the unit. This was the first time this year that the Steelers started the same group from a the previous week as they had been forced to start a different combination every week for the first 7 games of the season due to injuries. Overall...
I hope you enjoyed the press man coverage that Dick LeBeau used almost exclusively this past Sunday against the New England Patriots because I know I certainly did. LeBeau has been visibly laying that ground work of this switch ever since James Harrison has been sidelined as the Steelers have been forced to play more dime and big nickel with 6 defensive backs over the last 4 weeks...
Linebacker James Harrison badly wants to be on the field Sunday night when the Steelers host rival Baltimore, but the All-Pro isn't willing to risk his vision to do it.
Coach Mike Tomlin said James Harrison will be evaluated during the week, as the Steelers prepare for their rematch with the Baltimore Ravens.
Mike Florio talks with Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Steelers Beat Reporter, Ed Bouchette about the Steelers upcoming rivalry match-up against the Steelers, the recent win over the Patriots, and the fate of Hines Ward. Mike also talks with the New York Giants beat reporter, Mike Garafolo about the recent problems with the Giants’ offense.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley will miss Sunday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens due to a hamstring injury.
The NFL is cracking down this season on hits to the head and neck area of defenseless receivers, but the vicious hit that Steelers safety Troy Polamalu unleashed on Patriots receiver Wes Welker on Sunday apparently didn’t qualify. Polamalu was not fined for his hit on Welker, the Boston Herald reports. Welker suffered a neck…