Found January 30, 2012 on MSNBC:
PFT Live: Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel discusses the lackluster effort in Sunday's Pro Bowl. (NBC Sports)

Brett Keisel on the Pro Bowl: They “should have just put flags” on players

The first guest of the week on PFT Live undeniably has the best beard in the NFL. Possibly in the history of the world. Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel joined the show and talked about missing the Pro Bowl because he is injured. “Hawaii’s a great place. That’s the biggest reason I would go. Get my…

Steelers Allow Coaches Olsavsky & Goodwin To Talk To Other Teams About Openings

The Pittsburgh Steelers have given permission to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to interview defensive assistant Jerry Olsavsky according to Steelers Digest. In addition to Olsavsky, the Indianapolis Colts and the Chicago Bears have been given permission to interview offensive assistant Harold Goodwin as well. Olsavsky joined the Steelers staff in January of 2010 to serve as the defensive...

Steelers give teams permission to talk to assistants, Olsavsky and Goodwin

  The Steelers have given persmission to Tampa Bay to talk to Defensive Assistant Jerry Olsavsky. They’ve also given persmission the Colts and Bears to talk to Offensive Assistant Harold Goodwin. Jerry O, as the Steeler Nation affectionally refers to him as, played for the Steelers from 1989-1997 as a Linebacker and special teams ace. [...]

Steelers 2012 Mock Draft Version 2: Senior Bowl

Time for the second running of my Steelers Mock Draft.  The Senior Bowl has past and more tape has been watched.  Many things have changed and more info is out on all the potential draftees.  Guys have made big names for themselves with their play in the Senior Bowl.  The board is constantly shifting and some guys have had major jumps and others have fallen off the face of the...

The Shameless Plug Post

Since this isn’t a Pittsburgh Steelers blog, I assume everyone can read. With that in mind, please allow me to shamelessly plug my own efforts and toot my own horn (Tooooooooooooooot!). Anyway, I recently published my first book, a first-hand account of my experience as a teacher in inner-city Philadelphia. There’s no mention of Boomer [...]

Steelers to Interview Todd Haley

The Steelers will interview Todd Haley for their offensive coordinator vacancy. Fantasy Spin: Haley has proven he is not cut out for being a head coach during his short stint with the Chiefs (2009-11), but had success as an offensive coordinator with the Cardinals (2007-08). He would be a quality replacement for Bruce Arians, and his father (Dick Haley) played for the Steelers in the early 1960s.

Todd Haley interviews with Steelers

Apparently, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin learned enough about Todd Haley while doing homework on the former Chiefs coach to decide to learn even more about him during a face-to-face meeting. The Steelers announced on the team’s official website that Tomlin interviewed Haley on Tuesday at the practice facility in Pittsburgh. There’s some scuttlebutt in media…

Jim Caldwell meets with Steelers about coordinator job

The Steelers and Colts may wind up unintentionally trading offensive coaches. Deposed Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians has landed with the Colts.  And deposed Colts head coach Jim Caldwell may wind up in Pittsburgh. Jason La Canfora of NFL Network reports that the Steelers interviewed Caldwell for their vacant coordinator position over the weekend. They…

Pittsburgh Steelers interview former Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley

The Pittsburgh Steelers have interviewed former Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley for the team's vacant offensive coordinator position.
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