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NFL and NFLRA Release Statement Following Agreement of New Deal

The NFL and the officials have finally gotten on the same page, agreeing on an 8-year deal Wednesday that will put the real men in stripes back to work starting Thursday when the Ravens play the Browns. The pressure was on after Monday’s unreal ending to the Packers and Seahawks. The NFL and NFLRA released [...]...

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Art Rooney II Releases Statement on the Passing of Steve Sabol

NFL Films President Steve Sabol passed away today at the age of 69 from brain cancer. A staple of NFL highlight films and movies, Sabol was always great to watch. Steelers President Art Rooney II released a statement about the passing of Sabol. Steve Sabol was a dear friend to the Rooney Family and he [...]...

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Art Rooney II Statement on Steve Sabol

Steve Sabol was a dear friend to the Rooney Family and he will be missed by the entire NFL community. The impact that Steve Sabol and his father Ed have had on the NFL in creating and growing NFL F......

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Roethlisberger Releases Statement Admitting Mistake About Bills Turf

Ben Roethlisberger was flat out ticked off after watching his new guard, David DeCastro go down in a heap in Buffalo over the weekend. The QB blamed the injury on FieldTurf, but now after realizing that the Bills Stadium, has A-Turf Titan, not FieldTurf, he’s released a statement stating “whoops, my bad.” “In my postgame [.....

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NFL Statement on talks with officials

NFL statement on negotiations with NFL Referees Association:“Negotiations with the NFL Referees Association on a new collective bargaining agreement remain unresolved and the previous CBA has expir...

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Statement on the passing of Coach Bill Stewart

Statement on the passing of Coach Bill Stewart: We are saddened by the passing of Coach Stew. He was a great coach and a tremendous person. We not only lost a good football person, we lost an even ...

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Ward Releases Statement About Release: “I Am Looking Forward to Playing in the NFL Again”

Hines Ward released the following statement today about his release from the Steelers:

“This isn’t how I wanted this chapter of my career to end. I did everything in my power to remain a Steeler and finish what I started here 14 years ago. I want to thank the organization, my teammates and coaches and everyone who made my run as a Steeler the best years of my life. To Mr. Rooney, thank you for allowing me to play for one of the greatest organizations in the world. To my fans and in particular Steeler Nation, thank you for your support and all the great memories. I gave my heart and soul for you every down and I will always bleed black and gold.

“I do feel that I still have more football left in me and I am looking forward to playing in the NFL again this upcoming season.”

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Statement from Coach Mike Tomlin on Arians

Bruce Arians has informed me that he will retire from coaching. I appreciate his efforts over the past five years as the team’s offensive coordinator and for helping lead our offense to new heights...

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Steelers Running Backs Coach Kirby Wilson Remains Hospitalized, Family Releases Statement

The Steelers released a statement on running backs coach Kirby Wilson, who was badly burned in a house fire before Pittsburgh's 29-23 (OT) loss at Denver in the Wild Card round of the AFC Playoffs.

Wilson remains in the hospital, and the injury will require further surgical procedures in the future.

The statement reads:

Mr. Kirby Wilson remains in critical condition in the Trauma Burn Center at UPMC Mercy in Pittsburgh. In addition to burns sustained over 45 percent of his body, he has suffered a smoke inhalation injury and will require multiple operative procedures in the future.

The Steelers web site also added:

The 50-year-old Wilson, in his fifth season with the Steelers is an original member of Mike Tomlin's inaugural coaching staff.

Wilson is from Los Angeles, and he played running back and wide receiver at Illinois before playing briefly in the Canadian Football League. He had coached running backs with four different NFL teams - New England, Washington, Arizona and Tampa Bay - before coming to the Steelers when Tomlin hired him in 2007.

Wilson is known by all who work for the Steelers as a man with a ready smile and a pleasant demeanor regardless of the circumstances. As a coach, he is known to his players as a tireless worker and a high-energy guy who is demanding yet fair.



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