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The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed former Penn State wide receiver Derrick Williams to a future contract according to the Twitter account of Williams. Williams was originally drafted by the Detroit Lions with the 18th pick of the 3rd round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He dressed for 18 games with the Lions over the course of the 2009 and 2010 season and recorded 9 catches for 82 yards during that time. He also returned 42 kicks for 931 yards in his rookie season with no touchdowns and 2 fumbles.
Williams was waived by the Lions prior to the start of the 2011 season. In 2010 he was placed on injured Read more [...]
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Martha Bellisle of the Reno Gazette-Journal is reporting this evening that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has settled his civil suit with former Harrah’s Lake Tahoe casino host Andrea McNulty, but that it is unknown if money was in fact involved in the settlement.
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Season 2, Episode 70 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd and I get right to the busy Friday the Pittsburgh Steelers had. We discuss the news of Bruce Arians not coming back in 2012 as the offensive coordinator and ponder if he was forced out or indeed retired. We try to bring you both sides objectively per our usual. After that we get right into the talking about who the...
ESPN's draft guru has the Lions taking North Carolina's Zach Brown. Although not the team's biggest need now, linebacker could be an issue if the team can't re-sign Stephen Tulloch.
The Steelers announced their list of ten future contract players. The list includes 5 guys from the practice squad. The Steelers lost a fan favorite in Tyler Grisham though to Denver. Gunner Cope just shed a tear.
Future Contract Players:
Jerrod Johnson- QB
Corbin Bryant- DT
Chris Scott- OT
John Malecki- OG
Jamie McCoy- TE
Trevis Turner- OT
Mike Blanc- DE
Kade Weston- DT
Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin announced on Friday that offensive coordinator Bruce Arians will be retiring from coaching. Arians, 59, has been the Steelers' play caller since Mike Tomlin was hired in 2007.
In press conferences initially after the Playoff loss in Denver, Arians seemed like he wanted to return next season. Arians was in the final year of his contract but talked...
Presumably, at least. How knows if the Steelers will double down on pass happiness and sign Mike Martz just to see how high I'm willing to climb to leap to my demise. Even worse, some are saying Jim Caldwell is a possible replacement candidate. What conversationsFor now, let's just celebrate Bruce Arians being gone forever. Granted, he wasn't the worst offensive coordinator...
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin says offensive coordinator Bruce Arians is retiring from coaching. The 57-year-old Arians joined the Steelers as the wide receivers coach in 2004 and was promoted to offensive coordinator in 2007. Tomlin announced the move in a statement Friday, lauding Arians for "helping lead our offense to new heights." Arians entered the NFL as a running backs...
Martin Mayhew pulled off 19 trades from the time he took over as Detroit Lions general manager in 2008 through last year's draft. And after a quiet season, Mayhew said in a radio interview today that he's ready to do some more dealing this spring.