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Steelers To Move Latrobe’s Friday Night Lights Practice To Saint Vincent College

The Steelers annual Friday Night Lights practice scheduled for Friday, August 2, at Latrobe Memorial Stadium will be moved to Saint Vincent College, the team announced today. The event will be FREE......

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Steelers shine under the lights

The atmosphere was electric as the Steelers practiced under the lights on Friday night at Latrobe Memorial Stadium.The night started off with players signing autographs for fans, followed by four f......

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Friday Night Lights – Steelers Night Practice

The Steelers held their annual night practice at Latrobe Memorial Stadium under the lights. This year former Steelers' players Aaron Smith, Marvel Smith, Joey Porter, and Willie Parker made an appearance after official retiring as members of the black and gold....

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2012 Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp – Friday Night Lights – Day Ten Recap

Friday night marked the annual Friday Night Lights practice for the Pittsburgh Steelers at Latrobe Memorial Stadium. A huge crowd was reportedly on hand and received a treat as Aaron Smith, Willie Parker, Marvel Smith and Joey Porter and were all honored with a retirement ceremony prior to practice starting.

Porter was interviewed on SiriusXM NFL ...

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2012 Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp – Friday Night Lights – Day 10 Updates

It's Friday and tonight is the annual Friday Night Lights practice for the Pittsburgh Steelers at Latrobe Memorial Stadium and we will post all the updates from the media, fans in attendance and Sirius XM NFL Movin the Chains broadcast. Please refresh this page often for all of the news, reports and updates.

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Lights Go Out On Steelers Playoff Bye

I haven't watched any reaction or sought any feedback regarding Monday night's loss in San Francisco. Not because I'm avoiding it because I'm overly crushed. Disappointed, to be sure, but this outcome was largely an expected one. I try to avoid live blogging Steelers games at KSK mostly because I'd like to focus on watching my favorite team play rather than moderating comments from a thousand readers at a time. Also, since KSK readers know I'm a Steelers, a lot of get off on being trolling dicks whenever I write about them, even though I've taken great pains to strip my writing there of the homerism that I've been guilty of in the past. If anything, I've actually been pretty hard on Pittsburgh over there recently to combat that perception. Nevertheless...The point here is I expected the Steelers to lose, so what the hell. The most discouraging thing is that my biggest reason for assuming that was Roethlisberger's limited mobility. And, yeah, t...

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Lights Go Out In the Stadium and On the Steelers in 20-3 Loss to Niners

Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger #7 of the Pittsburgh Steelers throws a deep pass on the run against the San Francisco 49ers

With a chance to basically cement home field advantage in the postseason, the Steelers wasted a golden opportunity in San Francisco Monday night, falling to the 49ers 20-3 to fall to 10-4 on the season.

The black and gold with a win would have put a strangle hold on the conference, as they would have controlled their own destiny to home field with wins in the final two games against the Rams and at Cleveland on January 1st.

Instead, they now are back to being the fifth seed in the conference, and need either Cleveland or Cincinnati to beat Baltimore in the final two weeks, and they also need to win out in order to retake the division crown.

It was a gutsy effort for QB Ben Roethlisberger, who played the entire game, which was late in getting started and then delayed due to power outages at Candlestick Park.

Roethlisberger, playing with a grade one ankle sprain, went 25-for-44 for 330 yards with three of picks, two of which led to 49ers field goals as they led 6-0 at the half.

Field position was against the Steelers all night, and the 49ers defense was as good as advertised, not allowing much all night to a Steelers offense that has had its own issues over the last two weeks. The average start for the Steelers on the night was their own 15-yard line.

Alex Smith and the San Fran offense wasn’t spectacular either, but they were effective and mistake free, as Smith came through with some solid throws when needed.

He ended the night going 18-for-31 for 187 yards with a TD throw of one-yard to Vernon Davis with 3:44 left in the third that extended the San Fran lead to 13-3.

The game was put out of reach early in the fourth when Justin Smith stripped Roethlisberger of the ball on a sack at the Steelers 17 with 11 and a half minutes left.

They got a “leaping” call on Lawrence Timmons to give them a first and goal at the five, and two plays later Frank Gore went in to make it a 20-3 game.

San Fran scored 13 of their 20 points on the three Steelers turnovers.

The injuries kept mounting for the Steelers during the game, as already without James Harrison who was suspended, they also lost LB LaMarr Woodley with another hamstring injury in the fourth quarter.

The Steelers are at home on Christmas Eve Saturday to take on the 2-12 St.Louis Rams at 1pm.

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