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When you look at the Pittsburgh Steelers you can see that their biggest needs right now are to upgrade the pass rush, find a receiver to replace Mike Wallace, finding a starting inside linebacker, and finding out who their starting running back is. Most mock drafts have the Steelers taking an outside linebacker or a nose tackle because of how deep the position is in the first round.
I have been trying to push the idea that the Steelers should go offensive line in the first round for the third time in four years especially if Alabama’s Chance Warmack is still available at 17. I have been getting the feeling though that if Warmack is gone, the team may decide to take North Carolina’s Jonathan Cooper. Cooper would slide right in as the starter at the guard position and is exactly the type of mobile lineman that new offensive line coach Jack Bicknell Jr. loves. The Steelers also love when a guy has some versatility and Cooper has some experience playing center.
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The Steelers could go a lot of different directions with their first pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. One of those positions is inside linebacker. Last year the Steelers drafted Sean Spence in the third round with the hopes that he would become the starter alongside Lawrence Timmons, but Spence suffered a major knee injury during the pre-season and there is still no time table on when...
The Steelers are going to have a lot of options with the seventeenth overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. There are multiple positions they could choose to select with that pick and none of them would bring much surprise. With the NFL Scouting Combine just getting underway there will be a lot of talk about who the Steelers are interviewing and who they are scouting, but that is very...
Ever since the report by Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette surfaced last week in which an anonymous player was quoted calling out Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley for being awful and out of shape last season, several players have chimed in with their thoughts on the subject On Friday a former Steelers player made his thoughts known on the matter as Hines Ward was...
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert is of course in Indianapolis this week at the NFL combine and on Thursday he gave an update on the condition of linebacker Sean Spence, who suffered a serious knee injury last preseason that forced him to sit out his rookie year.
Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is in Indianapolis this week and reports via Twitter that...
There is more news in the Steve Breaston to the Steelers rumors. According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Breaston’s agent and the Steelers will talk during the NFL Combine about the possibility of Breaston playing for Todd Haley on their third team. This morning I posted that according to 93.7 the Fan in Pittsburgh there is a mutual interest between the Steelers...
As is the usual paradigm, general managers from the 32 National Football League teams were forced to sit in front of microphones at the league’s annual scouting combine and answer questions about the current state of their teams. If you think a Mike Tomlin press conference is full of cliches and standard one-liners then you haven’t seen anything yet.
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Luck and injuries play a big role in the NFL. This week Dick LeBeau said that he believed the Steelers could have won the Super Bowl if they hadn’t suffered so many injuries. LeBeau’s comments were featured on NFL.com and bring another issue to the forefront. The Steelers injury woes in 2012 played a large role in their 8-8 season.
Early in the season the Steelers were without...
An anonymous Pittsburgh Steelers player came out last week and blasted linebacker LaMarr Woodley by saying he played “awful” and was “out of shape” in 2012.
Former Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward was a guest on the NFL Network’s NFL AM show and gave his take on the situation.
“When you lose so much leadership in the locker room, that’s when things present itself like...
The 2013 NFL combine continues on in Indianapolis and another player has been identified as one that the Pittsburgh Steelers will meet with for 15 minutes. Jim Wexell of Steel City Insider reports via Twitter that USC wide receiver Robert Woods has indicated that he has a meeting scheduled with the black and gold. Teams are allowed to meet with 60 players during the week.
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert talked to the media and SiriusXM NFL Radio on Thursday about the entire combine process and what he and the organization get out of the week.
Colbert was asked in his radio interview to give a summary about the week that they spend at the combine.
"The week that we spend here with this collective group of 333 guys is huge...
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert made it known again on Thursday in his interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio that he is open to drafting any position in any round in the upcoming draft and that includes quarterback.
Colbert was asked during the interview if he would look at drafting a quarterback in the upcoming draft and start planning for the future with both Charlie...
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert told the media that he’s not concerned about their locker room after an anonymous player came out and said linebacker LaMarr Woodley was “awful” and “:out of shape” this past season.
“Whether you win the Super Bowl or go 8-8, there’s no 100 percent harmonious locker room,” Colbert said today at the NFL combine, per...
INDIANAPOLIS – The Steelers are taking an interest in two of the most well-known, albeit underrated, draft prospects here at the NFL Combine.
It's early in the process but the Steelers met Wednesday with OG Jonathan Cooper, who just might be a perfect fit. And find out why Larry Foote will re-sign soon.
With the start of the 2013 NFL Combine this week and the impending start of free agency in just three weeks, NFL rumors are flying around the league regarding possible roster changes. One such rumor surfaced from Indianapolis this afternoon regarding former Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Steve Breaston and the possibility of him joining the Pittsburgh Steelers next season.