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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was a guest Tuesday morning on 93.7 The Fan and during the interview, he was asked if there were more than a few guys who didn't take last season seriously.
"I think a lot of guys took it seriously, but I don't think that the focus was just there to win ball games," said Brown. "I think we had a lot of situations to where guys focus was with other places other than where it was at. So I just think that we need to make sure that all guys are locked in where they're at and what we're doing at that point and time."
Brown was then asked what things Read more [...]
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Had wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders not had his one-year, $2.5 million offer sheet given to him by the New England Patriots matched this past Sunday, the general consensus was that the Pittsburgh Steelers would have double-dipped at the wide receiver position in the upcoming draft. Now that the Sanders will at least be back for one more season, many still believe that two wide receivers...
On Sunday, the Pittsburgh Steelers decide to match the one-year, $2.5 million offer sheet given to restricted free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, and now that the Green Bay Packers have had restricted free agent nose tackle Steve McLendon in for a visit, all of the focus has shifted to his situation.
I have already outlined what the Packers would have to give McLendon in...
Restrictive free agents have until Friday to sign their tender offers, and in an interesting development, Howard Balzer reports Wednesday via Twitter that Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Steve McLendon has visited with the Green Bay Packers today.
McLendon, who was originally signed as an undrafted free agent out of Troy in 2009, was given an right of first refusal tender in the...
Bengals linebacker Carlos Dunlap believes that ex-Steeler James Harrison could very well end up with a division rival because the veteran "hates the Steelers now."
The 2013 preseason schedule for the Pittsburgh Steelers has been out now for a little while, but now we can fill in the time and date of the final game against the Carolina Panthers.
Bob Labriola reports via Twitter on Tuesday that the fourth and final preseason game with be on Thursday, Aug. 29. at 7:30 p.m. in Carolina.
In addition to the preseason schedule, NFL spokesman Greg...
The Pittsburgh Steelers must be sick and tired of the restricted free agent market, but they have fought to keep their players.
The team again took nose tackle Steve McLendon off the market before the Green Bay Packers could back them in a corner like the New England Patriots did.
According to Steelers.com, being proactive GM Kevin Colbert signed their other restricted free agent...
It was reported Wednesday evening that Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent nose tackle Steve McLendon visited with the Green Bay Packers. While no offer sheet has been signed as of yet, the obvious question being asked, is how much could the Steelers afford to match.
The Steelers currently have $742,760.00 in cap space at their disposal, and when added to the $1.323 million...
Aaron Wilson reports that Steelers restricted free agent NT Steve McLendon met with the Packers on Wednesday.
McClendon received a low tender of $1.323 million from the Steelers this offseason, so they’ll have the right of first refusal if McClendon were to sign an offer sheet with the Packers.
Veteran NT Casey Hampton is still a free agent, which means the Steelers may have...
The 2013 NFL schedule has just been released and we now know that the Pittsburgh Steelers will open the season at home against the Tennessee Titans.
In Week 2 of the season, the Steelers will travel to Cincinnati to take on the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday Night Football.
The Steelers have a total of four prime time games as they will also play the Baltimore Ravens on Thanksgiving...
Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent nose tackle Steve
McLendon visited with the Green Bay Packers yesterday, according to Aaron
Wilson of The Baltimore Sun.
Former Steelers nose guard Steve McClendon visited the Green Bay Packers, per a league source
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) April 17, 2013
The Packers have significant cap room remaining – even after
On Sunday evening the Pittsburgh Steelers announced that they have decided to match the New England Patriots offer sheet to restricted free agent WR Emmanuel Sanders.
Last week the Patriots announced they signed Sanders to an offer sheet for 1-year for $2.5 million. The Steelers had until Monday to match, reject or work out a trade with New England for Sanders. And after looking...
James Harrison’s stubborn decision to test the market in Free Agency will most likely cause him to miss out on cashing in on the maximum amount of coin in Pittsburgh. Due to his unwillingness to take a 30 % pay cut, he now will be lucky to get half of the roughly$ 4 million he would’ve received with the Steelers. Will the Bengals really be getting a bargain with Roger Goodell’s...