Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Alameda Ta'amu made a poor decision Sunday evening when he retweeted an old picture of himself with an acquaintance in a car with a bottle of Cinnamon whiskey. He has since deleted those tweets and apologized.
Moving forward now, it will be interesting to see if the Steelers feel comfortable enough with Ta'amu and Hebron Fangupo, who they...
The Pittsburgh Steelers filled the 53rd spot on the roster on Saturday by claiming nose tackle Hebron Fangupo off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks.
Fangupo was originally signed by the Houston Texans as an undrafted free agent this season after playing his college ball at Southern California and Brigham Young after serving a two-year Mormon mission in Philippines.
We had a chance to catch up with rookie nose tackle Hebron Fangupo after practice, see what the Texan rookie had to say about his transition to the NFL and why he chose the Texans as his place of destination.
Listen to the exclusive interview with Fangupo here.
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Here are a few notes from Wednesday’s OTAs.
- Brian Cushing and Hebron Fangupo did not practice. The team is hoping Fangupo can return to practice next Monday.
- Head Coach Gary Kubiak expects right tackle Rashad Butler to take a hold of the right tackle position despite competition from Derek Newton. Kubiak likes the fact that Butler has starter experience filling in at...
Here are some quick tidbits from Houston Texans OTAs.
- It looks like UDFA, Hebron Fangupo will not be lost for the season, and looks to be sidelined until late next week. He was rolled up on during practice and ended up with a sprained MCL.
- Line Backers coach Reggie Herring had some choice words about the loss of DeMeco Ryans and the addition of Bradie James.