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Tomlin Stresses Need For “Fanatical” Conditioning

In true head coach fashion, Mike Tomlin was tight-lipped about his plans for Saturday’s game against the Buffalo Bills. He refused to rule any players out and didn’t give much of a timetable for how long he’d leave his starters in, only saying it’d be in similar fashion to last... The post Tomlin Stresses Need For “Fanatical” Conditioning appeared first on Steelers Depot...
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Anti-Vick Steelers petition draws more than 17,000 supporters

The Pittsburgh Steelers needed to bolster their backup quarterback slot, so they signed veteran Michael Vick to the team on Tuesday. And, though it’s been eight years since Vick served 21 months in federal prison for his role in running a dogfighting ring, many people are not forgiving or forgetting Vick’s horrible actions. As of this writing, the petition has soared past...
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Mike Tomlin defends Steelers signing Michael Vick: 'His track record to this point speaks for itself'

Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin defended the team's position to sign veteran quarterback Michael Vick after a backlash from some fan who haven't forgotten the violence towards dogs the signal caller had shown earlier in his career. Vick, 35, was convicted and sentenced to federal prison in 2007 for 21 months after pleading guilty of financing an interstate dog fighting...
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Pittsburgh Steelers Sign Four-Time Pro Bowl Quarterback

The Pittsburgh Steelers signed four-time Pro Bowl quarterback on Tuesday after Gradkowski went down on injured reserve with season-ending finger and shoulder injuries. He’s seen an inevitable steady decline since his impressive 2010 Pro Bowl campaign, but the former No. 1 overall 2001 draft pick is an obvious upgrade on third-string quarterback Landry Jones. “There’s not a...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers' Tomlin happy to see rookie Dupree go after opposing players

After getting into several fights with teammates in practice last week, Steelers rookie Bud Dupree got after opposing players in Sunday's 24-19 preseason win over the Green Bay Packers. Dupree had one sack, had another negated by penalty, and was also may have brought down Aaron Rodgers for a safety if teammate James Harrison didn't get there first. It was the first time Dupree...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers 2015 Training Camp: Mike Tomlin Recaps Day 15 Monday Practice

The Pittsburgh Steelers Monday training camp practice wrapped up about an hour ago and head coach Mike Tomlin addressed the media afterwards to answer questions about the session. “Another good work day for us today,” started Tomlin. “Love the elements. It was hot and uncomfortable but that’s part of this... The post Steelers 2015 Training Camp: Mike Tomlin Recaps Day 15...
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Mike Tomlin shouldn’t be blamed for Suisham’s injury

I was talking to my boss at work on Thursday, and when the subject of the Steelers came up, he said, “So, who should be fired? Tomlin or the special teams coach?” My boss was asking this question in reference to the torn ACL kicker Shaun Suisham suffered in the Hall of Fame Game on Sunday, while trying to make a tackle on the second half kickoff. Obviously, Suisham is out for...
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Mike Tomlin Seeking Discomfort For Offensive Line

For the vast majority of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ training camp experience in 2015, the offensive line groups have remained fairly static, barring injuries. Some players seemed to be settling into their roles, which was probably especially true for the offensive tackles, who had the luxury of staying on one side.... The post Mike Tomlin Seeking Discomfort For Offensive Line appeared...
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The Steelers’ Defense May Be Changing More Than We Think

The question has been floating around the Pittsburgh Steelers’ organization since Mike Tomlin walked in the door and for the first time we are finally getting some answers. Fans have wondered if Tomlin would ever consider changing the Steelers’ patented 3-4 into his more favored ‘Cover-2′ defense. Dale Lolley of Steelers Nation Radio and the Washington Observer-Reporter reported...
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July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Steelers sign Mike Tomlin to extension

Always an organization that prides itself on continuity, the Pittsburgh Steelers have made it their goal to seek out and retain the best coaches the football world has to offer. So it shouldn’t be a surprise that the team announced head coach Mike Tomlin has agreed to a two-year contract extension through the 2018 season. BREAKING NEWS: We have extended the contract of @CoachTomlin...
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July 23, 2015  |  Discuss

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