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Offensive coordinator Bruce Arians told the players that they need to stay focused on team goals if they want to return to the Super Bowl.
Taking advantage of his chances isn’t the only reason Steelers WR Antonio Brown has earned the trust of Big Ben.
The Kansas City Chiefs were in the market for a veteran quarterback after losing Matt Cassel to a season-ending injury to his throwing hand.
Are you stuck with a broken throwing machine? Tired of watching your older model sputter and shake? Ready to upgrade but don’t have thefinancing?
View a transcript of Dejan Kovacevic’s weekly chat about Pittsburgh sports.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — Four former Steelers have been name to the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s semi-final list for modern-era players and personnel.
Running back Jerome Bettis, center Dermonti Dawson linebacker Kevin Greene and safety Donnie Shell are candidates for the Hall of Fame’s upcoming class. They join 22 other players as semi-finalists, widdled down from a list of over 100.
Surprising to some is that former head coach Bill Cowher was not named to the list.
The group of 26 will be reduced to 15 finalists in mid-January and those will be up for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
Filed under: Football, Sports, Steelers Tagged: Bill Cowher, Dermonti Dawson, Donnie Shell, Jerome Bettis, Kevin Greene, Pittsburgh Steelers, Pro Football Hall Of Fame, Semi-Finalists
In the two weeks that Tyler Palko spent with the Steelers in 2009, he made quite an impression on coach Mike Tomlin.
This particular trio of games gives fans a chance to see some of the sport’s most dynamic players, like Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Talking for the first time since meeting with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell last week at league headquarters, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin called the conversation “very productive.”