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30 min ago | Behind The Steel Curtain
It's not about predictions. Over the course of the next several days, you can find any number of places who want to play the parlor game of how the 2014 season will turn out in bottom-line results; who wins.
4 hrs ago | BleacherReport
An area of emphasis for the Pittsburgh Steelers this preseason has been its personnel groupings, in particular in their nickel set.
7 hrs ago | Rant Sports
The Pittsburgh Steelers have been disappointing over the last few seasons. The team has missed the playoffs in recent years, and that has caused a lot of uproar from fans who are expecting more.
7 hrs ago | BleacherReport
It has been a long offseason, Pittsburgh Steelers fans, but the regular season is finally upon us.
11 hrs ago | Behind The Steel Curtain
Cleveland will send Brian Hoyer against Pittsburgh in the Steelers' Week 1 game of the 2014 season.
Aug 16, 2014; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Howard Jones pushes Buffalo Bills running back Ronnie Wingo out of the way as they chase a fumble during the second half at Heinz Field.
Chuck Noll once said, "Everyone's job is important, but no one is indispensable."
It was the longest nine weeks of Brian Hoyer 's life. This time two years ago, he was among the final cuts the New England Patriots made.
Depending on the health situation of a few players, as well as the availability of other players released Saturday, the Steelers seem likely to be ready to make a few more moves post-cuts.
Cut by the Philadelphia Eagles about a week ago, former Fort Drum soldier Capt. Alejandro Villanueva has signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers practice squad.
The Steelers submitted their 53-man roster to the NFL on Saturday afternoon. Now the question is how much it will change with teams allowed to claim players who were waived Friday and Saturday at noon ET on Sunday.
Steelers punter Brad Wing is hoping history -- or at least a variation of it -- does not repeat itself over the next couple of days.
Knowing when to retire is one of the most difficult decisions professional athletes face.
The Pittsburgh Steelers decided to keep the third-string quarterback on Saturday despite a lackluster preseason from the former Oklahoma star.
Mike Tomlin's club waived goodbye to tight ends Rob Blanchflower, Bryce Davis and David Paulson, defensive backs Isaiah Green, Dayonne Nunley, Shaquille Richardson and Ross Ventrone, and running backs Josh Harris and Stephen Houston.
Most significant move: The Pittsburgh Steelers gave offensive line coach Mike Munchak his wish and kept nine players up front.
Harrison, who spent 10 seasons in Pittsburgh and played last year with Cincinnati, made the announcement Saturday on his Facebook page.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 05:42 pm
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