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Teresa Varley has a great piece up on steelers.com about Pittsburgh Steelers rookie cornerback Curtis Brown and the tough path he has traveled getting to the NFL. It really shows how Brown has overcome adversity throughout his life. Varley also had a chance to talk with former Steelers draft pick and NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock prior to him calling the Thursday night game. Mayock was drafted in the 10th round of the 1981 draft and his father was also drafted by the Steelers in the 50's. Mayock talks about his brief time with the black and gold. Ed Bouchette joined 93.7 The Fan to discuss Read more [...]Steelers Six From Around The Web – December 12th – The Life Of Curtis Brown Edition is a post from: Steelers Depot
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I wrote earlier in the season that Jason Worilds was blowing a golden oppurtunity with James Harrison being injured. We knew he was the future and he had his chance to prove it but could not get on the field. Well LaMarr Woodley has given him a second chance. Worilds is making the most of it.
Jason Worilds has gotten to start 4 games due to the Woodley injury. He has taken...
The Pittsburgh Steelers can clinch a playoff spot today following their 14-3 win Thursday night over the Cleveland Browns with some help from a few other teams today. Below are the 3 scenarios that need to happen that I posted last week. Scenario 1: The Bengals, the Jets and the Titans all must lose. Scenario 2: The Bengals, the Titans, the Raiders and the Broncos all must lose....
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL has suspended Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison for one game, for his helmet to helmet hit on Browns quarterback Colt McCoy. The suspension is not just because of Harrison’s hit on McCoy, but because of the numerous helmet to helmet hits he’s dished out over the past couple [...]
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is questionable for next Monday's game at San Francisco due to a sprained left ankle.
"How can I continue to play this game the way that I've been taught to play this game since I was 10 years old?" -- James Harrison, October 2010 (three or four fines ago).
James Harrison will not learn.
Despite racking up a small fortune in fines over the course of the past few years, Harrison continues to maliciously hit players without any regard for the rules...
James Harrison said he doesn't think he will be suspended by the NFL for his penalized hit on Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy. Nor is he going to worry about the possibility.
Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison said he doesnt expect to hear about any league sanctions until Wednesday, the first day that players are usually notified by the NFL about fines. However, league spokeman Greg Aiello said in an e-mail that perhaps Harrison would hear from the NFL sooner than that.
Harrison can appeal and league would rule before weekend games.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has been suspended one game without pay for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy.
According to Steve Wyche of the NFL Network, both Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and Steelers linebacker James Harrison could face substantial suspensions if they repeat the kind of reckless conduct that has gotten them suspended. “Three games, four games, five games, six games? It could happen depending on the circumstance,” said Wyche’s source. “They [...]
The NFL has announced that Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has been suspended for the following game against the San Francisco 49ers.Harrison is being suspended for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy...