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Biggest Off-Season Battle for the Pittsburgh Steelers may be Staying Healthy

Last season the Pittsburgh Steelers dealt with more than their fair share of injuries. When you hear that the San Francisco 49ers had the same starting five offensive lineman all season long it makes you really question what was going on in Pittsburgh. It seemed like every week the offensive line, or any other position for that matter, was losing...

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Steelers reward kids for staying active

Steelers’ players understand better than anyone the importance of staying active, eating healthy and being in good shape, things that are all necessary for them to compete on the football field eac......

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Staying is “truly awesome” for Sylvester

Stevenson Sylvester stood outside the Steelers’ weight room, looking a bit tired as sweat poured down his face, but smiling from ear to ear. “It is awesome,” said Sylvester. “It’s truly awesome.”No......

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Foster happy to be staying with Steelers

The day after the Steelers 2012 season ended, guard Ramon Foster talked about the bright future for the offensive line. As he spoke, in his heart he knew he wanted to be a part of that line moving ......

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Staying on the field: when healthy Pittsburgh Steelers are consistent contenders

This past Sunday the Pittsburgh Steelers came out on top versus the Philadelphia Eagles 16-14.  It was an intriguing game that included a lot of hard-hitting, sloppy play, and resilience from each of the two quarterbacks late in the game.  Michael Vick fumbled the ball twice during the game which prevented the Eagles offense to produce more point...

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Antonio Brown: Staying with the Steelers is something special


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Antonio Brown’s new deal keeps him under contract to the Steelers through the 2017 season, and Brown thinks that’s just great. “It’s special,” Brown said at a press conference to announce his signing. “I’m with a unique organization as the Steelers. Knowing that I’m going to be around here for long-term, it’s s...

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Mike Wallace is staying in Pittsburgh

It looks like Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace will be staying in the Steel City for the 2012 season, unless he ends up getting traded, which is highly unlikely.
As of Friday at 4pm, the restricted free agent period ended, which means teams around the league no longer have the opportunity to sign him as a restricted free agent.
Since Wallace hasn’t signed his tender yet, he can’t report to any OTA’s or mini-camps.  Right now he’s still looking for the Steelers to sign him to the long-term deal that he desires.

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Mike Wallace staying in Pittsburgh

ESPN reported today, unsurprisingly, that the Steelers received no offers for restricted free agent Mike Wallace. Steelers fans can now breathe a sigh of relief as Wallace will be staying with the team for the low cost of $ 2.7 million.
Many believed early on that the Steelers would choose to franchise Wallace, locking him in to a one year contract at $ 9.5 million, but the Steelers took a gamble by offering Wallace only a first-round tender. The gamble paid off in a big way, especially when you consider the Steelers' current salary cap woes.
It's still unclear whether Wallace will holdout or whether he'll eventually sign his current tender. The receiver has expressed that he has no intention of signing his tender, but to accumulate the final year he needs to be an unrestricted free agent in 2013, he'll need to sign at some point.
The Steelers get to go through this all once again next offseason as well. Then, Steelers receiver Antonio Brown will be a restricted fre...

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