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HOF Center Dawson Says Steelers O-Line Potential “Unlimited”

If there’s one former Steeler that knows about offensive lines, it’s Dermontti “Dirt” Dawson, the Hall of Fame center for the Steelers. Dawson played from 1988 to 2000 for the Steelers, opening holes for backs like Jerome Bettis. He was a seven-time Pro Bowler, and a six-time All-Pro. Alex Marvez, of FOXSports.com, and host …

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Roethlisberger says he could play this week on knee

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, less than a week removed from knee surgery, said he “could play Sunday if I had to.” That would be weird, since it’s still June and the season doesn’t start for three months. Roethlisberger described last Wednesday’s surgery by Dr. James Bradley as a routine cleanup, and he’s already …

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Defensive lineman Brett Keisel says turnovers the key to the Steelers ‘goal to get back and win our division”

The Pittsburgh Steelers are supposed to be in a rebuilding mold, but don’t tell that to defensive lineman Brett Keisel.

As the team goes through OTAs and mandatory minicamp this week, Keisel says the mindset of the Steelers isn’t one to be average.

He also feel the road to winning the division is the defense getting back to creating turnove…

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Larry Foote says the Steelers should have finished 12-4 last year

After losing five games last season by three points or less, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Larry Foote believes they should have finished with a 12-4 record.
“Four games we should have won. Do that, and we’re 12-4, but that’s how the league goes,” said Foote, via the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. “The year before, we made the playoffs and w…

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Brett Keisel says this could be his final season in Pittsburgh

Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel admits that this could be his final season in Pittsburgh.
“It’s definitely possible,” Keisel said, per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “It’s not a secret that I’m one of the older guys on the team, the oldest guy on the defense. If it is that way, I want to do everything I can in my power to hopefully he…

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It’s a different Worilds: Steelers Linebacker Jason Worilds says, ‘I’m no James Harrison’

Jason Worilds was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second round (52nd overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

His size 6’2, 262 and has a similar playing style that draws comparisons to teammate LaMarr Woodley, and is currently competing for starting position with rookie Jarvis Jones.

He has the unenviable task of trying to win former Steel…

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Sean Spence says he plans to play this year

While his coaches couldn’t agree on the prognosis, Steelers linebacker Sean Spence said Wednesday he plans to play this season. Spence, last year’s third-round pick, was hurt in the final preseason game, injuring three ligaments and suffering nerve damage. That’s the most concerning of the lot, and Spence admitted the nerve was “healing…

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Steelers G David DeCastro Says, “It’s All Instinct Now”

After suffering a serious knee injury last year in the third preseason game against the Buffalo Bills, Pittsburgh Steelers right guard David DeCastro had to focus on his recovery in order to get himself on the field by the end of his rookie season. Now that he’s back healthy, the Steelers 2012 first-round draft pick out of Stanford can fully shift …

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Le’Veon Bell says he has seven percent body fat

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Foote Says Steelers Are “Pissed Off” Team Didn’t Make Playoffs

Can anger push the Steelers back into the postseason in 2013? That’s a great question, and one that will have to be explored by a team that is coming off a year in which 8-8 was a setback. Linebacker Larry Foote is one player that isn’t taking not making the NFL’s second season lightly, and […]…

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