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Steelers S Troy Polamalu Talks James Harrison, NFLPA & The 2013 Schedule

Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu is out doing a promotion for Head and Shoulders and the MLB, but took time out to talk Erik Kuselias on Pro Football Talk Live on Friday. Polamalu discussed his thought on the Steelers releasing linebacker James Harrison this offseason, his disappointment in the player’s union for not using a louder voice,...

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ProFootballTalk: Polamalu prefers December games in Miami

Steelers safety Troy Polamalu joins the program to talk about his relationship with James Harrison, his disappointment in the player’s union for not fighting for a louder voice within the NFL, and what he looks for first when the NFL releases the new schedule.ProFootballTalk » Pittsburgh Steelers



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…

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Pittsburgh Steelers Troy Polamalu wants players involved in rules changes.

Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu is the latest player to discuss the consistent rule changes within the NFL.
Polamalu however is not complaining just to complain.
He said that the process in which these rules are changed is somewhat flawed.
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Dick LeBeau believes Troy Polamalu has plenty of football left in him

Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu has missed 24 games over the past four years due to injuries.  But defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau believes the all-pro safety has plenty of football left in him.
“He has a lot of tremendous football talent still in him,” LeBeau said, per the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. “Once he got back on the field...

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Time for Steelers to send Troy Polamalu packing?

As Pittsburgh Steelers fans wait to see what transpires to the Steelers roster during the offseason, and who gets picked in the draft, there will be much speculation to what might occur. The Steelers find themselves in a salary cap dilemma not easily fixable. Mainly, five Steelers hold the lion’s share of the cap money. They are Ben Roethlisberg...

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Kennedy Polamalu out at USC, a possible receivers coach in Pittsburgh?

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Reagan Maui’a Takes To Twitter To Clear The Name Of Steelers Safety Troy Polamalu

Wednesday night I alerted you that the name Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu had surfaced in a report about the Manti Te'o fake internet girlfriend hoax that is still trying to be solved. On Thursday, the player responsible for dragging his name into the story has taken to Twitter to make sure that everyone knows that Polamalu did not meet ...

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Reagan Maui’a: Troy Polamalu was not involved in Manti Te’o hoax

Reagan Maui’a has some type of involvement in the bizarre hoax surrounding the fake girlfriend of former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o. Maui’a made that clear when he claimed to have met Lennay Kekua, a person who does not exist. But Maui’a wants everyone to know that Steelers safety Troy Polamalu had nothing to do…...

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