Found February 05, 2013 on
Steel City Blitz:
Art Rooney II
The more I look at last season the more ticked I get about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 8-8 record. Clearly this team was better than that and there is enough blame to fill a ballroom. Unfortunately, when I start looking at the Steelers’ offense in 2013 I can’t say my anger subsides very much.
Let’s consider what the holes the offense has to fill as we sit here in early February just days removed from our arch-rivals winning the Super Bowl. Here is the good news; Ben Roethlisberger is the quarterback and should be for the next 4-5 seasons.
A young, and potentially talented offensive line with a new coach is also a positive but I could not argue that some may find negatives with that too. That about does it for the positives folks…
The negatives? Where do I begin?
Mike Wallace is as good as gone. If the story by the Post-Gazette’s Ed Bouchette is accurate in that Wallace turned down $10 million a year from the team then there is no way in the name of Stallworth and Swann that...
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The Pittsburgh Steelers offseason continues on and with the Super Bowl now behind us we too will continue on now with our breakdown of the free agents as we inch closer towards the start of free agency. Next up on the list of unrestricted free agents is veteran long snapper Greg Warren.
Player: Greg Warren
Position: Long Snapper
Experience: 8 Years
Free Agent Status: Unrestricted...
The Pittsburgh Steelers officially severed ties on Monday with one of their 2012 draft picks as running back Chris Rainey was officially waived, according to Bob Labriola on Twitter.
The Steelers announced back on January 10 that the Florida product would be waived following his simple battery arrest earlier that day down in Gainesville, Florida. NFL rules, however, prevented the...
Last month we started our look at potential early round draft prospects for the Pittsburgh Steelers by breaking down a few of the early round outside linebacker prospects. Today we will shift our focus to the running back position and start a discussion on Giovani Bernard out of North Carolina, who you have probably seen associated elsewhere as a prospect for the Steelers.
Having had a chance to digest what I admit was a very entertaining and bizarre Super Bowl, here is what I think:
Let’s just get this out of the way up front. No self-respecting, card-carrying Citizen of the original sports nation can say they are happy with how this Super Bowl played out.
The ravens winning their second Super Bowl by beating the San Francisco 49ers means that we...
According to Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Pittsburgh Steelers, along with several other NFL teams, recently showed interest in B.C. Lions right tackle Jovan Olafioye, who was named the best offensive lineman in the CFL last season.
The 6 feet 5½ inch, 320 pound Olafioye started every game the last three seasons for the Lions and surrendered just one sack in...
Super Bowl XLVII is now behind us and that means the 2013 NFL combine is right around the corner. After that yearly event takes place in Indianapolis the next important date on the NFL calendar is March 12, the start of the new league year and day that all teams have be salary cap compliant.
This time of year I receive quite a few questions regarding the Pittsburgh Steelers cap...
Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley is about to start his offseason training program out in Arizona this month after taking in the UFC fight and Super Bowl this past weekend out in Las Vegas. It also appears that Woodley took time out recently to take part in a photo shoot for the upcoming Feb. 18 Music issue of ESPN The Magazine.
Woodley, along with Seattle...
A female Pittsburgh Steelers fan dared to show up at the Tuesday victory parade for the Baltimore Ravens, who beat the San Francisco 49ers Sunday in Super Bowl XLVII to capture their second Lombardi trophy, and was treated just as you would expect her to be treated.
CSNBaltimore.com has the video report that you can watch below. In the report it is stated that the crowd first chanted...
Pittsburgh Steelers fans nearly had their prayers answered when a power surge caused a partial power failure during the third quarter of the Super Bowl. However the failure only lasted approximately 15 minutes. When action resumed, despite a valiant effort by the San Francisco 49ers, the Baltimore Ravens managed to hold on and win their second title in team history. Much to the...
Bob Labriola reports that the Pittsburgh Steelers have officially placed RB Chris Rainey on waivers today.
Rainey was arrested back in January for allegedly pulling his girlfriend out of a car and slapping her across the face. He recently pleaded no contest to the charges of disorderly conduct.
The Steelers took Rainey in the fifth-round of last year’s draft, but didn’t...
By Jeremy Hritz
The 2013 NFL Draft is still a ways off, but it is never too early to begin prognosticating the players the Pittsburgh Steelers will select. Below is the first edition of my mock draft, and you can expect it to evolve multiple times as we advance through the offseason. Player availability and moves made in free agency will have a tremendous impact on what the team...
With the season in the books, it’s time to break down the Pittsburgh Steelers’ roster. We’ll move along alphabetically in a 5-parter. Here’s N through S:
Season 3, Episode 73 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk about Super Bowl XLVII that featured the Baltimore Ravens holding off the San Francisco 49ers to capture their second Lombardi trophy. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was named the MVP of the big game so we discuss his playoff run and what it means for him going forward as far as a new contract is...