Found August 28, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said on Tuesday that wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery (back), defensive end Brett Keisel (ankle), running back Isaac Redman (ankle) and linebacker Stevenson Sylvester (knee) all did not practice for a second straight day. Keisel suffered a mild high ankle sprain in the game Saturday against the Buffalo Bills and he is not expected to suit up Thursday night in the Steelers preseason finale against the Carolina Panthers. Tomlin said the ankle injury that Redman suffered doesn't appear to be serious and that he definitely doesn't anticipate it keeping him Read more [...]

Is this the worst team-related tattoo ever?

Via Reddit/r/nfl comes this photo of one Steelers fan’s remarkable new tattoo, and … well … let’s just let the picture speak for itself: (Photo via reddit) No words … They should’ve sent a poet. Apparently, this work of art was created by this tattoo artist named Brian from central PA, who actually has a history of inking people with his child-like drawings, without...

Report: Steelers WR Mike Wallace To Arrive Tuesday

It is Monday and still no sign of Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace, who reportedly is going to show up and sign his one-year, $2.74 million tender this week. Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports Monday morning that there is no sign yet of Wallace, but that the word is he will arrive on Tuesday. As Kaboly also points out, it really...

Report: Jason Worilds Still Unable To Hinge Wrist

On Tuesday the Pittsburgh Steelers activated linebackers James Harrison and Jason Worilds from the PUP list, and while we pretty much knew what the hold up with Harrison was, we didn't so much with Worilds. Worilds had offseason surgery to repair a wrist injury that suffered last season. While it wasn't a huge shock that he started training camp on the PUP list, it was pretty...

Steelers Need to Let Ben Be Ben

I know Ken Laird of Trib Live Radio saw what I saw and I know Twitter friend and Pittsburgh sports expert @SteelersCrash saw it too. I also know one of my favorite writers, Dejan Kovecevic of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review saw it as well because he forwarded a tweet from @SteelersCrash about it. Now that I’m done sounding like a high school girl repeating the latest gossip, the...

Mortty Ivy Hamstring Injury Opens Door Wider For Adrian Robinson To Make Roster

The only real surprise on the list of 15 roster moves made on Monday by the Pittsburgh Steelers was that linebacker Mortty Ivy was waived injured. I posted during the Steelers Saturday night preseason game against the Buffalo Bills that it looked like Ivy was shot in the back of his left leg in the second half and I wondered if he had injured his hamstring. Turns out that I was...

Steelers Corner Keenan Lewis: “Wallace Will be Here Today”

Ed Bouchette reported via Twitter that Keenan Lewis says Wallace will be in today to sign his tender. Lewis and Wallace are not only Steelers teammates, but childhood friends and Lewis has been in contact with Wallace throughout the off-season. However, Wallace may be having trouble getting to Pitt ContinueThe post Steelers Corner Keenan Lewis: “Wallace Will be Here Today” appeared...

Mike Tomlin Says He Intends To Help Amos Jones With Special Teams

New Pittsburgh Steelers special teams coach Amos Jones will be getting some special assistance from head coach Mike Tomlin this week as the team looks to improve both their punt and kickoff units before the team faces the Denver Broncos in the season opener. Through the first three preseason games the Steelers are averaging 3.2 yards per punt return and 18.6 yards per kickoff...

DeCastro injury not as severe as first feared

The Steelers don't believe rookie first-round pick David DeCastro's right knee injury was as severe as initially feared. DeCastro is scheduled for surgery Wednesday to repair a torn medial collateral ligament. Coach Mike Tomlin said he and the Steelers are not discussing detailed plans for DeCastro's roster spot until the surgery is complete. All signs point to the...

2012 KSK NFL Prekkake: Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers got to 12-4 last year by virtue of a soft schedule that pit them against the NFC West and AFC South. By the end of the year, half the defense was injured and Ben Roethlisberger was playing on one leg. Still, they should have been good enough to beat Tebow, but didn’t because Dick LeBeau decided not to play pass coverage. In the off-season, Pittsburgh finally made...

Steelers Offensive Line Grades & Breakdown Report Versus Bills

Below are my offensive line grades and breakdown of the Pittsburgh Steelers 38-7 preseason game win Saturday night against the Buffalo Bills. I always like to disclaimer that not knowing the exact play call and assignments on each play makes it tough, especially with the normal TV angles. The All-22 look is not available until the regular season begins and that will make grading...

Todd Haley believes Mike Wallace will be ready for next week’s opener

AP Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Toddy Haley believes wide receiver Mike Wallace will play in their season opener against the Broncos, which is only 11 days away. “You’re talking about a guy who’s a wide receiver, a pass-catcher,” Haley said per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “It’s not a running back or someone who has to be in the action of the game. I think...
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