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The Steelers have salary cap issues that aren’t going away, and they will lose their top receiver Mike Wallace as well. However, they may be able to land a former 1,000 yard receiver that fits their offense like a glove.
According to Jamison Hensly of ESPN.com, in an attempt to shore up their receiving corps, the Steelers may make a move for freshly released Kansas City receiver, Steve Breaston.
Breaston was a mainstay in Haley’s offense for the Cardinals and Chiefs.from 2008 to 2011, Breaston averaged 60 catches before having a dreadful 2012 campaign.
Breaston could serve as a suitable replacement for Mike Wallace, and his versatility is something the Steelers offense needs. His familiarity with the offense would make for a quick transition, and when he’s at his peak, Breaston is a 1,000 yard receiver.
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The free agency signing period is now less than three weeks away and that means Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace is very close to finding out which team, or teams, will be actively pursuing his future services.
Peter King of Sports Illustrated said in his most recent Monday Morning Quarterback article that Wallace is facing an intriguing free-agency period because...
This article continues along with my pre combine look at key positions for the Steelers. For an explanation on how the rankings are calculated please reference the link below:
The Pittsburgh Steelers are in a unique situation at wide receiver. Mike...
Another day and now another Pittsburgh Steelers player has made his thoughts known on what he thinks about the comments made by an anonymous player to Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in regard to linebacker LaMarr Woodley being out of shape and awful last season.
This time it was fellow linebacker Larry Foote that was asked to chime in on 93.7 The Fan Tuesday morning. Foote...
Pittsburgh Steelers fullback Will Johnson had a good rookie season in 2012 and Thursday at the NFL combine general manager Kevin Colbert showered West Virginia product with praise.
"Will Johnson did a great job for us, Colbert said during his media session. "We signed Will out of the West Virginia pro day last year as a free agent, a fullback candidate, and quite honestly...
You can now add Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor to the list of players that have given their thoughts on the comments made by an anonymous teammate about linebacker LaMarr Woodley.
Taylor was asked Tuesday by John Harris on Trib Live Radio to give his thoughts on the matter and the cornerback did so as only he can do.
"I don't know what's going on,"...
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown made an appearance on ESPN’s First Take today and admitted that the Steelers’ locker room was divided this past season.
“Our team was a team last year where guys really wasn’t together and as we know in the NFL you need to have a band of brothers and everyone gotta be together and got to fizzle down from the leadershi,” said...
After the Dolphins traded away Brandon Marshall last offseason for 10 cents on the dollar, they were left with a bunch of No. 3 receivers, but no real No. 1′s. That may change in 2013. The Dolphins’ top free agent target this offseason is Mike Wallace, according to the Miami Sun Sentinal. Wallace could be demanding a contract in the 5-year, $60 million range, according to the...
Season 3, Episode 78 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk first about the continued fallout from the Pittsburgh Steelers anonymous player telling the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that linebacker LaMarr Woodley was out of shape last season and played awful. We discuss the most recent interviews that Ryan Clark, Larry Foote, Ike Taylor and Antonio Brown gave regarding...
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert held his annual press conference at the NFL combine in Indianapolis on Thursday and you can now watch it via the video replay below which is courtesy of FOX Sports.
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Hines Ward may have hung up his cleats and dancing shoes but he still hasn’t quite found a way to shake that competitive itch. Instead of pulling a Favre and coming out of retirement as a grandpa, the former Steelers wide receiver is taking on a different kind of challenge. He’s becoming a triathlete!
This morning, Ward talked about his grueling training regimen on HLN’s Morning...
During the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union rattled their respective sabers for 70 or so years and in doing so they helped build one of the greatest rivalries in sports’ history. In the 1970′s, then-Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford started a process with the USSR called ‘detente.’
Detente of course is a French word that means ‘relaxing of tensions...