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This is the most non-Steelers related post you will ever see on here. I was watching the Pens game on Root Sports tonight and part of their "all-access night" included showing Pens head coach Dan Bylsma in the looker room before the game. Awesome right?Only problem was Root didn't edit the clip carefully enough and the mother of all curse words found its way into living rooms everywhere. Here's video/audio from the incident. Sorry for the low volume...be sure to turn it up. F-bomb dropped at :34 second mark.[youtube]ofuYTW_f5ck[/youtube]
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Ed Bouchette reports this afternoon that a few more Steelers players were named as 2012 Pro Bowl alternates on Tuesday. We already knew that outside linebacker James Harrison was named a first alternate for the AFC at outside linebacker and that free safety Ryan Clark and outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley were also named as second alternates.
Bouchette reports now that left guard...
The Steelers defense created 35 take-aways in 2010 as opposed to just 14 so far this season. I went back and watched all off the takeaways from last year to refresh myself with how they were created. 8 of them were caused by getting to the quarterback in some shape or form. 6 were results of good hits on either a ball carrier or strip after a catch. 8 of them were results of bad...
The Pittsburgh Steelers are planning on letting Ben Roethlisberger play between 25 and 30 snaps against the Browns this weekend according to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The Steelers don’t want Roethlisberger sitting out 2 straight games and getting rusty before heading into the playoffs. The Steelers feel they can beat the Browns without Big Ben behind center...
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said he will have a better idea on quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's status after Wednesday's practice.
Roethlisberger sat out last week's win over the St. Louis Rams with a high ankle sprain. He played with the injury in a 20-3 loss at San Francisco on Dec. 19.
Veteran Charlie Batch threw for 208 yards and an interception against...
QB Ben Roethlisberger sat out the Pittsburgh Steelers game last week against the St. Louis Rams, but despite his current injury, he wants to play this week against the Cleveland Browns. No one can question Ben Roethlisberger’s toughness, but playing this week against the Cleveland Browns should not be an option for the Steelers despite what the quarterback tells reporters...
he Steelers long have talked about December football as if they owned it, which means running the ball well on offense and stopping it on defense, and as they prepare for January football their strengths have switched on both sides to the passing game.
Ben Roethlisberger had the look of a starting quarterback again Wednesday, leading his offense through a full practice and leaving an impression on his teammates that he's ready to return Sunday in Cleveland. "He looked all right," Hines Ward said. "I don't know if he really ran around or stuff like that.
Twenty days after James Harrison thrust the crown of his helmet into quarterback Colt McCoy's facemask, McCoy was still not practicing with his team. The effects of his concussion have lasted longer than those of any of the other seven...
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin says injured quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and center Maurkice Pouncey have a "shot" to play in the regular-season finale against Cleveland.
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Ben Roethlisberger had the look of a starting quarterback again today, leading his offense through a full practice and leaving an impression on his teammates that he's ready to return to the field of play Sunday in Cleveland.
Maurkice Pouncey and Ben Roethlisberger returned to work, and reported improvement. LaMarr Woodley? Not so much. Read Jim Wexell's complete report from the South Side in this Wednesday notebook.
– The December 26, 2011 episode of the RAW SuperShow garnered a 2.93 (2.9) cable rating, up from 2.92 the week before. It is the fourth consecutive week in which Raw has drawn below a 3.00 cable rating.
Monday’s show averaged 4,460,000 million viewers overall, up from 4,290,000 the week before. It also snapped an eight week streak of viewership declining during the second hour...
Questions and answers from a Pittsburgh Steelers beat writer.