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Season 3, Episode 61 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk about the recent roster moves made by the Pittsburgh Steelers as they head into their season finale against the Cleveland Browns. There might be a few new names on the inactive list this week so we try to sort through it the best that we can after going over the injury reports for both teams.
David and I do not spend much time previewing the Browns game for obvious reasons and instead we talk about the Steelers coaching staff and a few of their free agents such as Max Starks, Keenan Lewis and Casey Hampton. Read more [...]
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Steelers NT Casey Hampton has been a staple of Pittsburgh’s defense for the past 12 seasons, but the 35-year-old is set to become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season and there has been plenty of attention paid to the overall age of the team’s defense unit.
Hampton appears to be more than aware of the situation that he’ll be faced with in March, but believes...
To know Phil Dawson is to know class, consistency and professionalism.
To know Phil Dawson is finally going to the Pro Bowl?
It's a just yet overdue reward, an acknowledgement of another sterling individual season amidst some, um, turmoil. There are and have been lots of good kickers in the AFC, and Dawson's been one going back a decade or so. He should have been...
The 2012 season isn’t officially over for the Steelers until this Sunday when the clock hits zeros in their final contest against the Browns. By then they’ll either by a .500 team or finish with a losing record for the first time in Mike Tomlin’s career. The coaching staff in Pittsburgh has taken a lot of heat this season, mainly on the offensive side of the ball. Tomlin will...
According to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, Browns general manager Tom Heckert and head coach Pat Shurmur are expected to be fired on Monday.
Now that the Browns are under new ownership, they’ll be looking for a new start by searching for a general manager and head coach that they believe in going forward.
With the history that new owner Jimmy Haslam has from working with the Steelers...
The 75-year-old Dick LeBeau told his Pittsburgh Steelers defense that he plans to return in 2013 for his 55th consecutive NFL season.
"Let's just say I really like Pittsburgh and I really like working for the Steelers," Lebeau said after practice Thursday via the Associated Press. "Coach Tomlin will tell you if he wants me back or not. It will be up to Mike."...
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace will not play in the season finale against the Cleveland Browns according to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and that should not come as a big surprise.
Wallace, who has failed to practice all week because of a hip injury, will miss his first game since coming...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers center Chuck Cherundolo passed away on Dec. 22 at the age of 96 in Lakeland, Florida due to heart failure.
At the time of his death Cherundolo was the fourth-oldest living NFL player and the oldest living former Steelers player.
Cherundolo played football at Penn State University where he was an All-American center and middle linebacker before beginning...
Nate Ulrich at The Akron Beacon Journal this morning is throwing former Colts interim coach and current offensive coordinator Bruce Arians’s hat into the ring for the Cleveland Browns head coaching job.
“Banner has harped on how important it is for a head coach to possess desirable leadership qualities. Arians, 60, obviously isn’t lacking in that category, and now he has proof...
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace won’t play in Sunday’s season finale against the Browns because of a hip/hamstring injury.
There’s a good chance that Wallace has played his snap for the Steelers now that he’s scheduled to become a free agent once the new league year begins in March.
I can’t imagine Wallace returning to Pittsburgh next season. Even though...
Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, who’s an unrestricted
free agent after the season, acknowledged that last weekend’s loss to the Cincinnati
Bengals could have been his final game with the team, reports Ralph N. Paulk of
the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
“I definitely don‘t want to go out like that,” Wallace said.
“I really want to end on a high note.
The Browns have announced tonight that they will let go of head coach Pat Shurmur and general manager Tom Heckert after Sunday’s game (Credit: AP Photo)
As the Browns new owner Jimmy Haslam took over the team earlier this year, most believed changes would be made within the front office and possibly the coaching staff. Haslam said he would make decisions quickly at the end of the...
The Cleveland Browns are looking more like the walking wounded with all the injuries they suffered in week 16. Starting quarterback Brandon Weeden, and back up Colt McCoy are both out with shoulder injuries. Trent Richardson will sit with a sprained ankle. To add insult to injury literally, Sheldon Brown [...]
Mike Wallace’s four-year career with the Pittsburgh Steelers may have come to a close as the wide receiver was one of three players the team placed on injured reserve. Offensive tackle Mike Adams and cornerback Curtis Brown also were shut down a day before Sunday’s season finale at home against the Cleveland Browns. Wallace sat out practice this week with a hip injury after...
Last week: 12 (-4)
Net points per drive: 0.11 (14th)
DVOA: -3.2% (18th)
Weighted DVOA: -1.5% (17th)
WR Antonio Brown: Caught 5 passes for 97 yards and a touchdown on 6 attempts on 33 pass snaps, 5.4 YAC per catch
CB Cortez Allen: Allowed 7 catches for 79 yards on 14 attempts, 2 interceptions, 1 pass deflection, 6 solo tackles, 2 stops, 1 missed tackle, 1 penalty...
Mike Prisuta talked to Steelers leadership about what went wrong in 2012. Ryan Clark, Casey Hampton, Ben Roethlisberger and Brett Keisel responded.