PITTSBURGH (AP) When the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Sean Davis in the second round last spring, defensive coordinator Keith Butler reveled in the possibilities. Here was a 6-foot-1, 202-pound guy who could play both safety and cornerback depending on the situation, someone with the size and the speed to keep up with - if not totally neutralize - players like New England Patriots...
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Did Ndamukong Suh intentionally kick Ben Roethlisberger during the Miami Dolphins Week 6 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers? If you’re saying no, the video doesn’t exactly support your case. Unlike in Week 1, when Suh inadvertently stepped on Russell Wilson, this one looks intentional. Granted, Suh was being blocked. Still, he made what appeared to be a pretty clear kicking...
In a league where, at the most important position, supply doesn’t match demand, Steelers quarterback Landry Jones now has an important opportunity, for anywhere from one to five games. Jones, who appeared in five games last year with two starts, will be starting at least one game in his contract year. If he can play…
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He’s the man giving us a glimmer of hope during some dark times. The little bit of good in an otherwise bad situation. The man in red. Tyler Matakevich is the Pittsburgh Steelers’ version of Ken Bone. One of the few bright moments from their loss to the Miami Dolphins’...
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The Pittsburgh Steelers-Cincinnati Bengals rivalry is a heated one, with outspoken players on both sides of the fence. One outspoken player is Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams. Williams has been very vocal not only regarding his stance on various issues around the NFL but also his feelings that Bengals defenders play extremely dirty. Following the Bengals’ 35-17 loss...
You might recall that I wrote an article shortly after the Pittsburgh Steelers finalized their first draft of their 53-man roster about the cornerback position, and in that article, I focused specifically on the nature of the cornerbacks that they have been adding in recent years, and how that relates...
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9 hours ago
Former NFL linebacker and current CBS analyst Bart Scott insinuated on Sunday that Roethlisberger plays up his injuries, and the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback did not appreciate Scott’s take. Roethlisberger injured his knee midway through the second quarter of his team’s loss to the Miami Dolphins, but he ended up finishing the game. It was later revealed that he suffered...
It appears that there’s some pushback from the NFL and its power players regarding a potential move of the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas. With the state of Nevada signed into law $750 million in public financing to help build a stadium for the Raiders in the desert metropolis, most figured the Raiders would be on their way out of Northern California. Apparently, that’s not the...
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger may need at least a month to recover after he underwent knee surgery earlier this week. Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that the initial timetable of Roethlisberger being out only two or three weeks may have been overly optimistic. Latest from @mortreport...post-surgery outlook for Big Ben shifted from 2-3 wks to 4-6 wks. Steelers...
The Steelers return home battered and bruised from an ugly loss in Miami only to have to face the Patriots this week. While the team recovers and reloads for the next challenge we’ll be busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Wednesday, […] Steelers News: Ladarius Green, Mike Tomlin, Le’Veon Bell...
The Steelers returned home from Miami with a little bit more than just sunburn and a hangover. Head coach Mike Tomlin was in his usual spot on Tuesdays to address the media. He reviewed the previous game, updated injury statuses, previewed the upcoming game and answered questions. Tomlin called the performance against the Dolphins in […] Steelers vs. Patriots: Tomlin Tuesday -...
If you want to determine who the better team is in the AFC between the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots, Week 7 may not be the best time to pass judgment. The Steelers officially announced on Tuesday that Ben Roethlisberger will not play against the Pats. Head coach Mike Tomlin would not give a timeline for the quarterback’s recovery, only noting that Roethlisberger...
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