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Steelers Report to Training Camp on July 26

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Steelers Report to 2013 Training Camp on July 26

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Happy Fourth of July, pre-fireworks with NFL Network’s America’s Game series

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A Fourth of July Steelers Roundup

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Heinz Field Hosts Fourth of July Celebration

Pittsburgh-area residents can celebrate the region’s largest Independence Day gathering during the Heinz Field Fourth of July Celebration. Stadium gates open at 2 p.m. on July 4th and admission is ......

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Steelers Rewind – Looking Back In Steelers History – (Late July Edition)


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In this look back at the history of the Pittsburgh Steelers, we focus on late July and includes a torch being passed, a linebacker not working out in another city, a failed trade offer for a cornerback and snakes.

President Torch Quietly Passed From Dan To Art

In late July of 2003, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that Art Roo...

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – July 14th – Kirby Wilson Talks Recovery Edition

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin is back home in Virginia for his annual youth football camp and he sat down with Bruce Rader of WAVY-TV for an interview to discuss several topics that include leadership on the team.

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Antwaan Randle El set to retire July 14


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Antwaan Randle El signing with the Redskins in 2006 (Credit: Gerald Herbert, Associated Press)
The last time anyone heard the name Antwaan Randle El, was 2011 as he was trying out for the Detroit Lions. The Lions decided not to sign the veteran receiver to the team and apparently, other NFL teams are currently not interested as well.
Randle El’s brother Curtis Randle El told the Times of Northwest Indiana that Antwaan will announce his retirement on July 14 at Thornton High School in Harvey, Illinois, where he was a three-sport star.
After a good career as a run-first, pass-second quarterback at Indiana (as well as spending some time playing for Bob Knight’s basketball team and the Hoosiers’ baseball team), Randle El was a second-round draft pick of the Steelers in 2002. He played wide receiver for four years for the Steelers and then played four years for the Redskins before playing one final season in Pittsburgh in 2010.
Randle El’s career stats consist of 370 catches for 4,467 yards and 15 touchdowns, plus 79 carries for 438 yards. In limited action as a passer on trick plays, Randle El made the most of his experience as a quarterback, completing 22 of 27 passes for 323 yards, with six touchdowns and no interceptions. His passer rating of 156.1 is the highest in NFL history for players with at least 20 passes, and he may be best remembered for a touchdown pass he threw to Hines Ward in Super Bowl XL.
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Concussion lawsuits don’t take a Fourth of July break


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The NFL has slowed down (relatively speaking) over the last week, but the burgeoning NFL concussion lawsuit industry hasn’t. According to the folks at NFLConcussionLitigation.com (actually, it’s just one “folk,” and he’s now studying for the bar exam so there will be no updates until the end of the month), another 170 or so former…

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Unsigned draft picks as of July 5


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Bills:  Third-round WR T.J. Graham. Browns:  First-round RB Trent Richardson, first-round QB Brandon Weeden. Bengals:  Third-round DT Brandon Thompson. Broncos:  Second-round QB Brock Osweiler, third-round RB Ronnie Hillman. Cowboys:  First-round CB Morris Claiborne. Lions:  First-round T Riley Reiff. Texans:  Third-round WR DeVier Posey, third-round G Brandon Brooks. Colts:  First-round QB Andrew Luck, second-round TE Coby…

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