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Ryan Shazier Explains Why AB, Bell Are Among The Best In The Game

There’s no question to Steelers’ Nation that Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell are at the top of their position. But it’s nice to hear the why, especially from those who play the game. For the Players’ Tribune, Ryan Shazier listed the five toughest guys he’s faced and both those names made...
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43 minutes ago

Pittsburgh Steelers All-Underrated Team: Outside Linebacker

New series we’re kicking off to take us throughout the summer. We’ve written about the best players in franchise history and the most underrated on the current edition but we’ve never gone through the list of most underrated position-by-position. Not the best ones to ever wear a Pittsburgh Steelers’ uniform but ones...
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1 hour ago

Is Kirk Cousins an option for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2018?

The Pittsburgh Steelers certainly don’t need a quarterback yet, but depending on when Ben Roethlisberger retires, they could be looking for a veteran to come in and take over. By drafting Josh Dobbs in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Steelers began preparing for life after Big Ben. But Dobbs isn’t ready […] Is Kirk Cousins an option for the Pittsburgh Steelers in...
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2 hours ago  |  Discuss

2017 Steelers Stock Watch – Coty Sensabaugh – Stock Even

With the 2017 NFL Draft now over and the bulk of the heavy lifting done with regard to the roster building process now out of the way, it is easier to begin to take stock of where the Pittsburgh Steelers stand at certain positions, and what the implications might be of a...
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2 hours ago

Is Le’Veon Bell really the Steelers number two receiver?

There has been a lot of conversation generated by Le’Veon Bell’s contract situation. No matter which side you fall on, “He should have signed” or “He shouldn’t have signed”, there are valid arguments to be made either way. This is not a question of whether the Steelers offer was a lowball offer (it wasn’t) or if Le’Veon Bell has overvalued himself (he hasn’t)...
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2 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Pittsburgh Steelers risk training camp holdouts at two important positions

The Pittsburgh Steelers find themselves in an uncomfortable position after the team was unable to sign Le’Veon Bell to a long term extension. Bell has not yet signed the franchise tender, which would give him a salary of $12.1 million for the 2017-18 season and is not expected to show up at the beginning of Steelers training camp. If reports are to be believed, Bell wanted money...
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23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bell has no plans to miss regular season games

Le’Veon Bell has yet to sign his franchise tender with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and there has been talk of him not showing up to training camp to showcase his displeasure. Come Week 1, however, the star running back is expected to be ready to go.ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler noted this week that Bell plans to play a full 16-game season whether he reports for the start of camp or not....
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Pittsburgh Steelers: 2017 season is championship or bust

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been an elite franchise in the NFL for over the past decade. They have yet to have a season with less than eight wins under Mike Tomlin and look poised again for another great year. However, now more than ever, the Steelers need to make one more Super Bowl run. It’s no secret that Ben Roethlisberger’s storied career will be coming to an end soon....
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Pittsburgh Steelers find a new airline: Does it matter?

The Pittsburgh Steelers were recently dropped by American Airlines and will be utilizing Miami Air International for away games. Why and will this matter? I know, I know. It seems trivial. But it’s the offseason. News is slow. Hear me out though. The Steelers are switching airlines and here’s the reason along with any potential […] Pittsburgh Steelers find a new airline: Does...
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Le'Veon Bell wants to be paid like 'a No. 1 RB and No. 2 WR'

Things are reaching a boiling point for Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell following failed contract negotiations before the July 17 deadline. Currently, Bell has not signed his franchise tender and may hold out of training camp.NFL Network’s Ike Taylor has the inside scoop on why the two sides weren’t able to make it work. He said that Bell told him he wants to...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Steelers running back James Conner has NFL’s best-selling rookie jersey

Before you saw this headline, if you were to guess which NFL rookie had the league’s best-selling jersey among his fellow newbies, whose name would come to mind? Myles Garrett? Mitchell Trubisky? DeShaun Watson? Admittedly, I wouldn’t have thought of James Conner — but the Pittsburgh Steelers running back currently holds the distinction for the best-selling jersey among rookies...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

James Conner beating everyone but Tom Brady in NFL jersey sales

According to the latest sales report, Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back James Conner’s jersey ranks No. 2 among all sales at Dick’s Sporting Goods. The only higher-selling jersey is that of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.Brady has become even more popular than ever since overcoming a ridiculous four-game suspension to lead the Pats to their fifth Super Bowl...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Steelers secondary ranks surprisingly high by Pro Football Focus

The Pittsburgh Steelers dealt with a young and struggling secondary last season, but after a year of development, have they become a top tier defense? Pro Football Focus finally released their secondary rankings for all 32 NFL teams heading into the 2017 season. For Pittsburgh, expectations should have been that they fell to the bottom […] Pittsburgh Steelers secondary ranks surprisingly...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

What could the Steelers get in a trade for Le’Veon Bell?

One of the ideas floating around the interwebs following the Steelers inability to strike a long-term deal with Le’Veon Bell is trading their Pro Bowl running back. I believe the idea is ridiculous, but I’m willing to entertain the thought for the sake of discussion. What would the Steelers be able to get in a trade for Le’Veon Bell? Well, for starters, if Bell were a franchise...
Via Steel City Underground
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Future potential replacements for Le’Veon Bell

There’s a lot of chatter about the future of Le’Veon Bell with the Pittsburgh Steelers. For one, I’m not a firm believer that he’s going anywhere. I don’t believe he’ll be traded, and just because he’s playing under the franchise tag this season doesn’t mean he’ll be elsewhere in 2018. Bell could, in fact, be tagged once again next year, which means the Steelers...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers LT Alejandro Villanueva may not report to training camp

While all the focus has been on a potential Le’Veon Bell hold out from training camp, another key figure on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ offense could also stay away in hopes of earning a long-term contract.Starting left tackle Alejandro Villanueva, who is an exclusive-rights free agent, may not report to camp unless Pittsburgh offers him the deal he thinks he’s worth. Ray Fittipaldo...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Steelers: No deal for Le’Veon Bell, no problem

The Pittsburgh Steelers and those who represent Pro Bowl running back Le’Veon Bell went down to the wire trying to get a long-term deal done, but that 4PM deadline to sign franchised players came and went yesterday. With news coming out that the Steelers offered Bell an average over that of the $12.1M tag he will get in 2017, many around the league seem to be scratching their head...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Steelers offered Bell more than $12 million per year

Le’Veon Bell was unable to come to an agreement on a long-term contract extension with the Pittsburgh Steelers, but it sounds like the team made him a pretty respectable offer.Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports that the Steelers offered Bell $42 million over three years, which would be a higher average annual value than the $12.1 million he will make in 2017 playing under the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss
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