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Is the height of Steelers second round CB cause for concern?

By Tony Defeo There are mixed feelings by many Steelers fans and experts regarding Senquez Golson, the second round pick out of Ole Miss in the 2015 NFL Draft. The main reason for the concern has to do with Golson’s size, mainly his height. You see, Golson is a cornerback, a position that’s been deemed one of importance in Pittsburgh in recent years, since it’s largely been...
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June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

2015 Pittsburgh Steelers-Themed Mock Draft: V3.0

I want to post a final 2015 NFL Mock Draft since the big event is set to kick off at 8pm EST tonight. As the title states, this is a seven round, Steelers-themed mock. Overall, I will project where I believe certain prospects could go and explanations as to why Pittsburgh’s brass will select them.nLet’s begin the final installment:Round 1. Byron Jones, 6’1” 199 lbs., UConn...
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April 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Double-Dipping At Cornerback Likely For Steelers

It has been a long time since the Pittsburgh Steelers have selected a cornerback in the first round of the NFL Draft. We have to go back in time, the whole way to 1997, when they selected Chad Scott out of the University of Maryland with the 24th overall pick. He had a productive run […] Double-Dipping At Cornerback Likely For Steelers is a post from: The post Double-Dipping...
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April 02, 2015  |  Discuss

The Fallout: Dak Prescott, Pat Narduzzi, Reuben Foster, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Thursday edition.Advice for athletes. Steven Godfrey looks at the recent attack on Mississippi State starting quarterback Dak Prescott and two of his teammates during Spring Break in Panama City, Fl. He also presents advice on how high-profile student athletes can manage their celebrity status from Tajh Boyd,  the former Clemson starting quarterback and...
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March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Defeo's Giant Steelers Draft Board of Modest Proportions

I'm far from a draft expert, but I do know a little about the Pittsburgh Steelers, and their biggest needs, as they prepare for the 2014 NFL Draft that begins Thursday night at 8pm.With that in mind, I'd like to unveil my first annual Steelers Draft Board of Modest Proportions.On this board, I'll list the Steelers five biggest areas of need by position (in my opinion), and handicap...
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May 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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