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One of the members here on SteelerAddicts, also on staff, recently wrote a paper for her college professor on a subject close to heart and to the hearts of not only Pittsburgh Steelers fans, but NFL fans across the country. Eve Kronzek graciously gave us permission to use her paper as an article for blog; thank you Eve, we greatly appreciate it. We think it’s very well written and we’re definitely proud of Eve for her dedication to research on this subject and for all her support of SteelerAddicts. We’re sure that you’ll enjoy reading it as much as we did. So without further delay…Has the growing emphasis on player safety tainted or enriched professional sports?
“I believe the game was designed to reward the ones who hit the hardest. If you can’t take it, you shouldn’t play.” These famous words were voiced by former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Jack Lambert, who in 2004 was named the toughest football player of all time by Fox Sports Net. However, Jack Lambert played mainly in the...
BEST OF MAXIM
The calendar has now flipped over to July and that means that as of today that there is only 23 days left until the Pittsburgh Steelers report to Latrobe for training camp. Today we continue on with our look at the training camp roster battles for the Steelers by looking at the kicking position.
The Steelers currently have just two kickers on the roster in the form of Shaun Suisham...
It was a little bit of a shock this past off-season when the Steelers waived tackle Trevis Turner from the roster in mid May, but now we might know the reason why. Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports via Twitter that Turner, now a free agent, has been suspended for the first four games of the 2012 season for an unspecified reason.
Turner was originally signed as...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have been one of the most consistent teams in the NFL over the years and they seemingly always have a team that can win the Super Bowl. The 2012 version is once again well equipped with a strong defense and a core of veterans, but they will have a much tougher time finding success on the field this year.
The latest odds posted by Just Bet have the Pittsburgh...
The Pittsburgh Steelers signed safety Will Allen as an unrestricted free agent back in 2010 and over the course of two seasons he has only seen 46 snaps on defense in addition to his heavy involvement on special teams.
Allen joined SiriusXM NFL Radio on Saturday to talk about several things related to the Steelers this upcoming season and that included him talking about where he...
By Cian Fahey
During his very short career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, running back Jonathan Dwyer has accumulated 151 yards on only 25 carries. Dwyer has been a professional for two years now, but his chance to see significant time on the field hasn't come about until this season.
Dwyer seemingly plans to take that opportunity as he has lost 20 pounds from his previous high...
While some players have begun envisioning themselves in Canton, Antonio Brown is already there. Sort of.
According to MLive.com, the No. 84 jersey that Brown wore on January 1 against the Browns (how ironic) now resides in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
What is the significance of this particular piece of apparel, you ask?
Well, on that day, the 24-year-old receiver became the...
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor has been a staple on the defense since 2005 when he started 15-16 regular season games. He was drafted in 2003 but only started 1 game each of his first two years. When Bill Cowher decided to take the young talent out of Lousiana Lafayette and turn him into a cornerback, there was certainly growing pains to live through. The patented spit...
By Jeremy Hritz
In the July 15, 2012 print edition of Pro Football Weekly in the article “Summer Session,” the publication made what it called a “Fearless prediction” about how each NFL team will fare during the 2012 season. For the Pittsburgh Steelers, PFW asserted:
The Steelers’ point-scoring issues of a season ago don’t repeat themselves. This talented of an offense...
In a league full of parity, the Steelers are one of the few teams that have managed to remain good every season. Since drafting Ben Roethlisberger, the Steelers have won at least 8 games in all 8 seasons, at least 10 games in 6 seasons and at least 12 games in 4 seasons, including a 12-4 record last year. Since 2004, they have an 89-39 record, 2nd to only the Patriots over...
By Christopher DiMarino
This is another entry in a set of early looks at the teams the Pittsburgh Steelers will play in the 2012-13 season. The goal is to acclimate the average Steelers fan to the offseason changes each team has made. This will make the in-depth analysis in the week before the game more familiar and understandable.
Who: Oakland Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Season 2, Episode 122 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and welcome the month of July as that means training camp for the Pittsburgh Steelers begins later this month. We start the show off though by taking a look at the 2012 offensive line of the Baltimore Ravens and where their strengths and weaknesses are compared to last year. Is this a unit that has more downside...