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Steelers Film Study: Dri Archer

View image | Player being studied: Dri Archer Steelers RB 5’8, 174 lbs   Dri Archer is way too quick to make a play here. He’s got excellent feet and quickness, but his cutback here was just not smart football. He had a clearer lane to the right, which is where he started the play running. He relied on his speed to cutback all the way outside left and wound...
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Antonio Brown Hints Wednesday That He Won’t Be Away From Team Much Longer

Want some more good news concerning Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antionio Brown? According to a Wednesday Twitter post, he cant wait to get back around his teammates. Brown, who decided not to attend the start of the Steelers offseason program this week, also posted Wednesday that he’s currently enjoying spending time with his new baby. […] Antonio Brown Hints Wednesday...
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Steelers WR Antonio Brown Hints At Future Plans In Tuesday Night Tweet

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has decided not to attend Phase One of the team’s voluntary offseason program but a very cryptic tweet Tuesday evening gives us hope that he won’t miss any of the 2015 season. Brown, who according to reports earlier this week wants a new contract, tweeted, “I’ll be there”, Tuesday, […] Steelers WR Antonio Brown Hints At...
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Former Steelers S Ryan Clark Gives His Thoughts On Situation With WR Antonio Brown

Former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark has never been shy about voicing his opinion on topics and on Tuesday, the retired defensive back delivered his thoughts on wide receiver Antonio Brown as it relates to him skipping Phase One of the team’s offseason program. In three separate Twitter post, Clark states that people shouldn’t make […] Former Steelers S Ryan Clark...
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Has Antonio Brown's hold out alienated Steelers fans?

As per several news outlets, Antonio Brown, the Steelers highly-decorated wide-receiver and arguably the best in the game at the moment, is seeking a new contract. Not only that, he’s also seriously contemplating skipping off-season workout programs—both voluntary and mandatory—in-order to show Pittsburgh’s front-office that he means business. As you might expect, this has...
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Who Should the Steelers Draft in Round One?

View image | The NFL Draft is a little over a week away.  This period of time is incredibly important as teams are assembling their final big boards and figuring out who their primary targets are. During this time, we at Topsportsreport decided that it would be a good idea for us to do a first round mock draft with analysis. Find out which prospect John Miceli...
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Steelers, Antonio Brown Both Took A Risk On 2012 Contract

It was reported yesterday that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is seeking a new contract following two consecutive All-Pro seasons during which he broke the franchise’s single-season receiving yardage record, taking down both the receptions and receiving touchdown records along with him as well in 2014. Brown led the league in both receptions and […] Steelers...
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Holding Out Doesn’t Work with Steelers, Ask Hines Ward

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown being grossly under-paid the past couple of seasons is an elephant in the room many of us have thought about, but chose to turn a blind eye to. When Mike Wallace declined a contract extension in the summer of 2012, the team then offered the same deal to Antonio Brown; a 5 year deal worth 42.5 million. At the time, Brown was coming off of a pro...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Antonio Brown wants new contract, will skip workouts

Antonio Brown established himself as one of the NFL’s elite wide receivers during the past two seasons, and now he wants to be paid like one. According to Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports, Brown will not report to the team’s facility when voluntary offseason workouts begin on Monday. The All-Pro wide receiver … will be skipping the voluntary workout program and is mulling...
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Should Steelers’ Antonio Brown return punts?

Ever since Antonio Brown entered the league, he’s been an electrifying returner. Not only that, he’s also one of the best wide receivers in the entire NFL. Antonio was drafted out of Central Michigan in the 6th round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He mostly saw action during games in his rookie year as a kick and punt returner. He was the odd third man of the “Young Money” crew,...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

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