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Steelers’ Mundy Fined $21,000 For Hit On Heyward-Bey -

Pittsburgh Steelers S Ryan Mundy was fined $21,000 for a vicious hit that he laid on Raiders WR Darrius Heyward-Bey in Oakland on Sunday. The hit between the crown of Mundy’s helmet and Heyward-Bey’s chin, left DHB laying motionless on the ground for several minutes before being carted off the field and taken to a local hospital where he would eventually spend the night before being released on Monday morning.

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James Harrison’s Agent Admits Linebacker Has Suffered A Setback

Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports Thursday morning that Bill Parise, the agent for Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, has admitted that his client has suffered yet another setback with his left knee. It was reported on Wednesday that Harrison left the Steelers practice facility prior to the team working on Wednesday after his knee did respond well...

Four Things We Know About The Steelers After Three Weeks

It might be a bit of a rush job to judge a team after just three weeks of action, but in a 16 game season, it’s somewhat justifiable. The Steelers stand 1-2 on the season, losing a tough one on the road to the Broncos, handling the Jets rather easily at home and then dropping a disappointing game on the road against the Raiders. Here are four things we know about the Steelers so...

Steelers’ Ryan Clark takes proactive stance on replacement officials

The 2012 NFL season will forever be known as the year of the replacement officials. It doesn’t matter how many games the Steelers win or anybody else; whoever wins the Super Bowl will have an asterisk by their title in the minds of the fans. Now if the Steelers were to win it we certainly wouldn’t do that would we? Seriously though, nary a game goes by without at least one controversial...

Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley Makes South Park Debut In Sarcastaball Episode

Wednesday was the season premier of South Park and the long-running cartoon started the season off by mocking the NFL and their stance on concussions, as well as the recent replacement referee debacle. The episode centers around Randy Marsh, who’s frustrated about the excessive safety measures in football. Marsh offers up sarcastic solutions to the problem such as players playing...

Raiders Cut Block On Steelers DE Ziggy Hood Was Legal

Several have emailed me asking me if the cut block performed by Oakland Raiders right tackle Willie Smith on Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Ziggy Hood late in the Sunday game was an illegal chop block. If you remember, I posted the differences between a legal cut block and an illegal chop block following the Steelers week 1 loss last year to the Baltimore Ravens and I am reposting...

As Steelers struggle, Roethlisberger shines

Don't blame quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for Pittsburgh's slow start. Roethlisberger has been nearly unstoppable during the first three weeks of the season, averaging over 300 yards a game and throwing eight touchdowns against just one interception. He's currently second in the NFL in quarterback rating and has proven to be a quick study of offensive coordinator Todd...

Big Ben: No issues with Todd Haley

After originally saying that he and Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley had "one little incident," Ben Roethlisberger later said the issue was blown out of proportion.

Steelers TE Weslye Saunders Not Allowed To Return Until After Eagles Game

Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Weslye Saunders will not be available for the week 5 game against the Philadelphia Eagles. The former undrafted free agent posted Thursday on Twitter that he still has to sit out one more game to satisfy his four game suspension for testing positive for the banned drug Adderall. ...

The root of the Steelers loss to the Raiders

The final score was 31-34 in Oakland, which is a place the Pittsburgh Steelers generally play poorly. However, if the Steelers were going to lose in Oakland most would have expected an offense that couldn’t move the ball while giving up touchdowns on special teams and turnovers. While there were turnovers and special teams were leaky, that wasn’t why the Steelers lost the game...

Steelers Unlikely to See Replacement Refs Again

According to Adam Schefter the NFL and the NFLRA are close to a deal that would bring the normal NFL refs back as soon as this weekend. There are some concerns that a deal won’t be done until next week which would mean the regular officials would return by week 5 of the season. Unless negot ContinueThe post Steelers Unlikely to See Replacement Refs Again appeared first on SteelBlitz.

Steelers Larry Foote Reportedly Tells Replacement Refs You should Kill Yourselfs

  Man I’m not sure who has it rougher right now? Jay Cuter, Mitt Romney, or the replacement referees. I’m not a ref but I have played enough organized basketball and tons of football games to know refs have it rough. You enter that kitchen though and you must deal with the heat. These replacement [...] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other...

Pittsburgh Steelers: Week 4 NFL Power Rankings (#11)

Last week: 6 (-5) Record: 1-2 The Steelers suck on the road. Over the last year plus on the road, they are -43, including playoffs, and +137 at home. They beat Indianapolis by just 3, Kansas City by just 4, and Cleveland by just 3 last year and now they lost to Oakland. They also really miss James Harrison and especially Troy Polamalu. That’s not all him, but a lot of that is him...
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