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Ike Taylor points at transition for Steelers slow start along offensive line


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Old, but not slow Steelers secondary looks to show and prove

The Pittsburgh Steelers secondary has a combined 37 years of NFL experience, but it doesn't translate to them being past their prime.

Led by stalwarts Troy Polamalu, Ike Taylor and Ryan Clark, they're out to reminder teams that they can still hang with the young guys.

“This is one of the most athletic secondaries that I ever played with,” T...

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Warren Sapp: Steelers defense is still “old and slow”

Last year, Warren Sapp made called the Pittsburgh Steelers defense “old and slow,” and they ended up missing the playoffs. Sapp was asked on the NFL if they’re still old and slow. “Old and slow? Yes, I would,” Sapp said on the NFL Network, via NFL.com. “Because seven of the 11 starters are 28 years or older, and that’s around the time...

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Steelers start slow, then roll, 38-7

STEELERS 38, BILLS 7Steelers’ record: 2-1One year ago: 2-1Preseason series record: Steelers lead, 7-2STORYLINEThis is what Coach Mike Tomlin said he was looking for from his team during this third ......

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Casey Hampton may be old and slow, but he says it’s not over

When Pittsburgh opened last season by taking a one-sided beatdown in Baltimore, Warren Sapp proclaimed that the Steelers were “old, slow and it’s over.” Casey Hampton is, at age 35, the second-oldest Steeler. And at well over 300 pounds and coming off a torn ACL, he may be the slowest Steeler as well. But he…

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Mike Wallace Not Signing Offer Sheet Will Lighten His Pockets, and Slow Down the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Offense

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace has waited up to this point in the offseason to get word on a long-term contract from the Steelers, or a trade offer from another team, and neither one has come to surface.
According to Adam Schefter of www.espn.com, the Pro Bowl receiver said that he wouldn’t sign the first-round tender worth $ 2.7 million “until he has to.” This gives the indication that Wallace is willing to sit out of organized team activities and training camp this summer.
The three-year veteran has until June 15th to sign the offer sheet. If Wallace decides not to do so, then the Steelers have the right to cut the tender to $ 577,500, which would be a $ 2.1 million dollar cut for Wallace. Pittsburgh could definitely use that money with their tight budget for this coming 2012 NFL season.
In all honesty, I do feel that Wallace deserves a nice-sized contact due to what he has done on the field for the past three years. However, given the fact that he is just reall...

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