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Roethlisberger Comes In At #7 On Ron Jaworski’s ‘QB Countdown’ List

After playing one of the worst Super Bowls as the QB for the Eagles vs Oakland back in 1981 in Super Bowl XV, somehow, someway, people today seem to feel that whatever ESPN ‘analyst’ Ron Jaworski says about quarterbacks is true. Despite never being a winning one himself. Jaworski is making headlines in Steeler Nation […]…

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Safety first when it comes to youth football

Many parents spend fall afternoons watching their kids play youth football, showing their support and cheering them on. The same parents commit their evenings to attending all of their kid’s practi……

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Steelers Are Fine Cap Space Wise When It Comes To Retaining Their Restricted Free Agents

Every offseason you can count on the fear and the overreaction that the Pittsburgh Steelers will lose one of their restricted free agents to another team. That fear was put on overdrive a few weeks ago when wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders visited with the New England Patriots.

While there is still a possibility that the Patriots could sign Sanders …

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When it comes to December, Troy Polamalu is very weather-conscious

Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu sat down with Pro Football Talk on Friday, and revealed that when he looks at the schedule for the upcoming season, he jumps right to December.

“I look to see who we play for in December,” Polamalu said.

“I always look to see like where our warm games are and where our cold games are. So like, playin…

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When schedule comes out, Polamalu looks at December first

Steelers safety Troy Polamalu grew up in California and played college football at USC.  But when it comes to his pro career, Polamalu has become a cold-weather guy. He explained on Friday’s Pro Football Talk that, when the schedule comes out for the next season, he first searches the last month of the year. “I…ProFootballTalk » Pittsburgh Steelers

The Terrible Towel comes home

The Terrible Towel has been all over the world, from Heinz Field to the Great Wall of China, from Super Bowl games to the Vatican, on top of mountains and under the sea, and everywhere in between……

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Steelers ‘Next Man Up’ Comes Into Play Against Rival Ravens

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PITTSBURGH, PA - DECEMBER 24: Rashard Mendenhall #34 of the Pittsburgh Steelers carries the ball against the St. Louis Rams during the game on December 24, 2011 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsy...

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Time Heals All, But Not Quick Enough When It Comes To Injuries For The Pittsburgh Steelers

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steelers.jpgA week off for a bye has given the Pittsburgh Steelers time to heal up, and that may be bad news for the Philadelphia Eagles. Pittsburgh looks to be coming into…

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Stewart Comes Back to Pittsburgh to Retire a Steeler

Kordell Stewart, known as “Slash” in his early days, returned to the Steel City Wednesday to announce his retirement.

He always wanted to do it as a Steeler, and was able to get it done the way he wanted, just like one of his old WR’s – Hines Ward.

“It’s not closure in a negative way, it’s closure in a positive way … I had a great time doing it. It’s about the experience.”

Stewart, who is now 39, played his first eight seasons in Pittsburgh, making a splash as “Slash” in 1996 while helping the team to the Super Bowl before beginning an enigmatic career at quarterback.

“This where it all started, this where all my success was,” Stewart said on Wednesday. “This was the closure I wanted to have and needed to have with my career.”

He made the Pro Bowl in 2001 after leading Pittsburgh to a 13-3 record but never really recovered after getting pulled for Tommy Maddox after the team started 0-2 and he was struggling in week three when the team eventually had to rally back to beat Cleveland in OT.

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Steelers 7th Round Pick WR Clemons Comes to Terms

The Steelers announced that they have agreed to terms with seventh round wide receiver Toney Clemons.

A 6-foot-2, 210-pound wideout began his college career at Michigan before transferring to the University of Colorado in 2009. Clemons caught 86 passes for 1,162 yards and 11 touchdowns during his 25-game career in Boulder. Clemons had caught 12 passes for 106 yards in limited action in Ann Arbor.

Clemons was not invited to the 2012 Scouting Combine and ran a 4.4-40 with a 36″ vertical leap and 10’08″ broad jump at Colorado’s pro day on March 8.

Clemons is the third Steelers draft choice to agree to terms or sign a contract. Fourth round nose tackle Alameda Ta’amu and fifth round running back Chris Rainey agreed to terms over the weekend.

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