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According to Ryan Wilson of CBSSports.com, the Pittsburgh Steelers are still “optimistic” about signing Mike Wallace before training camp. “No deal (yet), but talking to people in the Steelers organization they’re still optimistic that something can get done and get done before training camp,” ESPN’s John Clayton said recently. “And that’s their history, they’ve always been good about [...]
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As the Pittsburgh Steelers move ever closer to training camp they still have two player yet to sign contracts, first round pick David DeCastro and Pro Bowl wide receiver Mike Wallace. The first round picks in the NFL usually fall like dominoes as the later picks sign their deals the earlier picks si ContinueThe post Steelers: DeCastro may be Holding up Wallace Negotiations appeared...
The Steelers are set at the number one and number two receiver position. Mike Wallace is the guy. Even if he holds out for a little bit of camp he will still be the number one receiver. Antonio Brown came out of nowhere last season and took grasp of the number 2 role. These guys are basically cemented in to their spots.
That leaves a number 3 receiver battle in the works...
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Plamalu said on the Dan Patrick show said that he had often lied to the Steeler's staff about the seriousness of an injury so that he would be clear to continue playing. He says he's had 8 or 9 concussions in his playing career.
“Yes, I have, for sure,” he said. He didn't necessary mean that he had a concussion and kept playing...
In this look back at the history of the Pittsburgh Steelers, we focus on late July and includes a torch being passed, a linebacker not working out in another city, a failed trade offer for a cornerback and snakes.
President Torch Quietly Passed From Dan To Art
In late July of 2003, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that Art Rooney II had replaced his father...
Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Max Starks was welcomed back to Pittsburgh Wednesday morning in an interview on DVE Radio. During the interview Starks shared his thoughts on whether or not he thought he would be back with the Steelers, if he thinks he will start at left tackle and the new play-book of offensive coordinator Todd Haley.
"Did I think I would not be here? Yeah, yeah...
Greg Cosell of NFL Films posted Tuesday on the evolution of the zone blitz that has been made famous by Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau.
The Byham Theater in Pittsburgh hosted a private "red carpet" screening Tuesday night of "The Dark Knight Rises" and it was attended by several current and former Steelers players, many of whom can be seen in the...
The Pittsburgh Steelers' young offensive line now has a veteran to lead it.
The Steelers re-signed tackle Max Starks to a one-year deal on Tuesday, hoping his surgically repaired knee is healed and his leadership can help one of the NFL's youngest lines provide better protection for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Terms were not disclosed, but Starks gives the Steelers...
The Pittsburgh Steelers re-signed veteran offensive tackle Max Starks to a 1-year deal on Tuesday. Terms were not disclosed.
The 30-year-old Starks has started 79 games over eight seasons, all with the Steelers. He was cut before the 2011 season due to salary cap reasons but returned to the club in October and started 11 games at left tackle.
Starks gives the Steelers needed depth...
Training camp is just under a week away, and football fans and players all across the country are chomping at the bit to get back on the field. We are still six or seven weeks away from the start of the regular season, but we are only a few weeks away from the preseason. The Steelers had a disappointing exit to the playoffs last season, and their once dominant defense looks like...
Last year the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive age was a year older than any other seen post-2000. It was heard repeatedly that a team this old (2nd oldest overall) and more particularly a defense this old could not continue to produce at the level they had in previous years. However, lo and behold, the Steelers defense came [...]
By Jeremy Hritz
Ron Jaworski recently finished his top 30 quarterback rankings in which Ben Roethlisberger was notched sixth, behind Eli Manning (5), Peyton Manning (4), Tom Brady (3), Drew Brees (2), and Aaron Rodgers. Jaworski’s comments about Roethlisberger were intriguing, especially when declared “[Ben is] on the cusp of becoming elite.”
On the cusp? Are you kidding me...
According to numerous sources including Max himself via Twitter, Steelers’ right tackle Max Starks has re-signed with the team and will be joingin them in Latrobe in eight days. This was the tweet sent out by Starks just recently;
Max Starks IV @maxstarks78
It’s real and sealed! I’ll be seeing you in Latrobe! http://instagr.am/p/NMQ9-hufnW/
Drafted in 2004, the same year...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have released their 2012 training camp schedule. Here's the breakdown, via the Pittsburgh Post Gazette:
Rookies and Veterans report by 4 p.m.
2:55 p.m.; campus closed to public
2:55 p.m. and open to public (UPMC...
While many of us out there in the Steeler Nation use the term, ‘Steel Curtain’ to describe our defense, in my opinion there will always be just the one of the 1970′s. Mean Joe Greene, LC Greenwood, Ernie Holmes and Dwight White will forever be linked to that name and rightfully so.
Part of the problem with calling the current defensive line the same thing is that this line...
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu admitted on the Dan Patrick Show (via ProFootballTalk.com) that he’s lied about having concussion symptoms to stay on the field during games.
“Yes, I have, for sure,” Polamalu said.
Polamalu says there are different degrees of lying about injuries.
“I wouldn’t say I’ve had any major lies,” Polamalu said. “Somebody...