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Ben Roethlisberger Practices in Full; Should be Ready to Start Sunday vs SD

Things look just peachy when it comes to their star QB, Ben Roethlisberger, starting Sunday’s home game vs the reeling San Diego Chargers. Roethlisberger, who went down with what some felt could have been a year ending injury November 12th vs the Chiefs, went through a full practice Wednesday for the first time since he [...]...

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Woodley Warns Ray Rice – You Should Not Have Messed with the Terrible Towel

Ray Rice - you had better watch out. The Ravens back grabbed a loose ‘Terrible Towel’ at the end of the Ravens 13-10 win over the Steelers Sunday night, and was wearing it on his head. He also mocked the Steelers and their fans by singing Styx’s “Renegade,” the team’s unofficial rally song, while wearing [...]...

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Steelers vs. Giants: Should this game be played in wake of Sandy?


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Polamalu and Gilbert Ruled Out vs Redskins, Pouncey Should Return

It comes as not much of a shock but the Steelers will once again Sunday be without the services of playmaking safety Troy Polamalu. Head coach Mike Tomlin ruled out Polamalu along with and offensive tackle Marcus Gilbert for Sunday’s home matchup vs the Redskins. Polamalu has been battling his current calf injury since last [...]...

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Mendenhall Should be a Go vs the Bengals Sunday Night

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports running back Rashard Mendenhall has a good shot at playing in Week 7 against the Bengals. Mendehall’s achilles tightened up last Thursday night against the Titans....

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At 1-2, Steelers should leave their talking for the field on Sunday

When you’re 1-2 and coming off a loss to a team you have no business losing too, now is hardly the time to be stirring the pot with pointless chatter if you’re the Pittsburgh Steelers. After all, who does these guys think they are, Anthony Smith?
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Larry Foote reportedly told replacement refs ‘you should kill yourselves’

As bad as the replacement officials have been over the first three weeks of the season, there remains a line that coaches and players should not cross. Arguing calls is one thing, but coaches shouldn’t be grabbing refs after the game or chasing them down in the locker room and swearing at them. And players certainly shouldn’t be saying what Lar...

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Injured Steelers linemen “should be fine” this week

The Steelers were down two starting offensive linemen by the end of their loss in Denver on Sunday night and the offense suffered as a result. The good news is that Pittsburgh expects to have both right guard Ramon Foster and right tackle Marcus Gilbert back in the lineup for this week’s matchup with the…ProFootballTalk » Pittsburgh Steelers


Should the Steelers Consider Bringing Back WR Plaxico Burress?

Mike Bires at the Beaver County Times has an interesting take today about an ongoing thought that the Steelers should bring back former first-round pick Plaxico Burress. I just can’t see the Steelers signing him. He turned down a chance to return to Pittsburgh last year but signed with the Jets because they offered more [...]...

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Football Outsiders: ‘Antonio Brown Absolutely, Positively Should Have Been the No. 1 Prospect’

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