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Steelers name starter at RB as Texans announce the fate of Arian Foster

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have ended the speculation in regards to who will start at running back for them on Sunday night.
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Steelers Announce 1st-IN-GOAL Promotions for Thursday’s Game Versus Carolina

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Steelers and UPMC Sports Medicine Announce Concussion Awareness Program

"Don't hit the head, Don't use the head"...

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Steelers Announce Thursday’s Game Activities

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Steelers Announce Coaching Staff Changes


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The Pittsburgh Steelers have terminated the contract of special teams coordinator Al Everest, the team announced today. Assistant special teams coach Amos Jones will assume all of the special teams......

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Steelers Announce New 1st-IN-GOAL Promotions for All Home Games

New Prizes and New Partners Make Second Year Even Better...

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Steelers Announce Sunday’s Game Activities

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Pepsi and NFL Announce Breakthrough Pepsi NFL Anthems Music Collaboration


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Stars Kid Rock, Kelly Clarkson, Ice Cube, Wiz Khalifa and Travie McCoy will create songs inspired by their hometown faithful; Available for free download through the 2012 NFL season....

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Former Steelers WR Antwaan Randle El Set to Announce Retirement

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The Times of Northwest Indiana is reporting former Steelers WR and member of the Steelers Super Bowl XL championship team Antwaan Randle El is expected to announce his retirement from the NFL at his skills training academy July 14.

Randle El, best known in Pittsburgh for his 43-yard touchdown pass to WR Hines Ward in Super Bowl XL, was a second round draft pick by the Steelers in 2002. He played there through the 2005 season, which culminated in a championship, and left via free agency for Washington.

After playing four seasons with the Redskins, Randle El came back to Pittsburgh, where he played the 2010 season, which also resulted in an appearance in the Super Bowl. Green Bay defeated the Steelers 31-26, but Randle El had two catches for 50 yards, including a big 37-yard gainer in the second quarter.

Randle El was an excellent kick returner as well, running back six combined punts and kickoffs for touchdowns in his nine year career.

He won't go down in history as being the best player ever to wear No. 82, but Randle El always provided that hint of excitement - as well as danger - on the field. His pass to Ward couldn't have come at a better time, and couldn't epitomize his career any better. It may be the only play he makes all game, but it's one you'll remember.

We wish him health, happiness and safety in his retirement.




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James Farrior may announce retirement soon

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It appears as though long time Pittsburgh Steeler James Farrior will announce his retirement shortly, according to his agent, Ralph Cindrich. Farrior was cut by the Steelers earlier this year after a decade of being their defensive captain, and while he hasn’t fully decided yet to retire, he has been in talks with the Steelers regarding a possible news conference.
At 37 years old, it is hard to believe any offers are coming his way from other teams, despite the incredible career he has had. Retirement seems to be the logical next step, the only next step, and we should hear soon if that is the path he decides to take.

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