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The Pittsburgh Steelers have placed offensive tackle Levi Brown and tight end/fullback David Johnson on the Reserve/Injured List, the team announced Tuesday. Brown was acquired via a trade with the Arizona Cardinals on Oct. 2. He started four games for the Cardinals this season
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Ready for some more potentially bad news? According to Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, newly acquired Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Levi Brown exited pregame warmups early with a doctor and trainer after possibly injuring his right arm in pass protection drills.
Levi Brown, dressed as a backup, just exited warmups early with doctor and trainer. Appeared to have injured...
I have always loved Devon Wylie and today he was signed by a team that can really use him. Wylie was an explosive wide out coming out of college, and was drafted in the 4th round in 2012. Today the Steelers signed Wylie to their practice squad. Wylie was a very solid kick and punt […]
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end David Johnson has suffered a left wrist injury early in the game against the New York Jets and is questionable to return.
According to several media reports, Johnson was escorted to the Steelers locker room to have x-rays performed.
The Steelers dressed several tight ends for the game and David Paulson will likely see more playing time as the second...
It’s been a terrible 2013 season for the Steelers and their fans. The team lost its first 4 games of the season while Ben Roethlisberger has taken a ton of punishment. The Steelers coming off a bye week managed to keep Roethlisberger on his feet to produce a mush-needed win. That’s right folks, Big Ben pulled off a 19-6 win over the New York Jets. The Steelers are now 1-4...
Following the Pittsburgh Steelers 19-6 win Sunday over the New York Jets, head coach Mike Tomlin address ed the injury situation coming out the game during his post game press conference.
Tackle Levi Brown (triceps) injured his triceps during pregame warmups and did not play as a result. Tomlin said he would be evaluated when the team returns to Pittsburgh. Tomlin didn't want...
Well that was fast. The Levi Brown era at left tackle was over before it started, literally. Straining his triceps in the pre-game warmup before Sunday's win at the Jets, Brown has been placed on injured reserve and is out for the year.
The Steelers had traded a conditional draft pick for Brown but according to the fine print of the trade, that was only if Brown had played...
Levi Brown was acquired by the Steelers over their bye week to shore up the LT position notoriously muffed by Mike Adams. Adams was not available to play in the ensuing game against the Jets...where LEVI BROWN INJURED HIS TRICEPS DURING WARMUPS. The Steelers noted that Brown is now gone for the rest of the season.
Levi Brown's tenure as a Steeler was so short that I cannot...
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has been a little upset lately. First, he banned games from being in team’s locker room. Now he is banning the team from flipping into the endzone. This comes right after Emmanuel Sanders did he flip into the endzone after a 55 yard TD catch on Sunday.
Hey who needs Roger Goodell to take the fun out of the game when coaches will do it...
As you would probably expect, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and wide receiver Antonio Brown received the highest grades from Pro Football Focus for their play Sunday in the win over the New York Jets. Roethlisberger was 23-of-30 for 264 yards in the game while Brown caught nine of 11 passes thrown his way for 86 yards.
As far as the rest of the offense, PFF has...
Times are tough in the Steel city. Pittsburgh can't seem to beat a team with their physical skillset on the field, so why not play head games with them?
Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers decided to pull a New York Jets type move, all while playing the Jets. Misery loves company?
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Mike Tomlin talked about his RB, his new TE, Sean Spence, flipping out, and the zone-blocking scheme at his weekly press conference.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has already ruled out wide receiver Markus Wheaton (finger) for this week.
#Steelers Tomlin: Wheaton will be out with his finger injury again this week
— Ed Bouchette (@EdBouchette) October 15, 2013
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When you really think about it, this game just seemed to fit everything the Pittsburgh Steelers needed in order to get win number one of the 2013 NFL season. The New York Jets were coming off a short week following their win in Atlanta.
They had a rookie QB going and historically Dick LeBeau does very well against them. Lastly, Mike Tomlin made good on his promise to sit guys who...
The long touchdown pass from Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders on the first offensive possession of the second half was not only executed perfectly, it was set up perfectly as well.
The Steelers took possession of the football at their own 36 yard-line up three points and ran running back Le'Veon Bell off right guard on first...