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Larod Stephens-Howling Expected to take Role Vacated by Chris Rainey

Immediately following the 2012 season the Pittsburgh Steelers cut running back Chris Rainey due to off-field issues. Rainey, the Steelers fifth round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, was a jack of all trades for the team last season returning kicks, catching passes and running the ball. He was supposed to be the team’s new weapon on offense and mirror…

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Steelers take OLB Jarvis Jones at No. 17

The Steelers added a young outside linebacker to bolster their pass rush and help replace the departed James Harrison, selecting Georgia’s Jarvis Jones No. 17 overall on Thursday night. Jones (6-2, 245) notched 14.5 sacks in 2012 for the Bulldogs. If Jones is to push for a starting role as a rookie, it would likely…ProFootballTalk » Pittsburgh Steelers

Steelers Take RB Le’Veon Bell, WR Markus Wheaton In Round Two Of Draft

The Steelers loaded up their backfield on Friday in day two of the NFL draft, first coming to terms with free agent RB LaRod Stephens-Howling from Arizona, and then snagging Michigan State RB Le’Veon Bell with their second round pick. “Without getting into the specifics, as the process went on it was pretty clear this […]…

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Steelers Deal With Browns; Get Fourth Round Pick To Take Safety Shamarko Thomas

It’s something that hasn’t happened in 45 years, but Saturday the Steelers made a trade with their rivals – trading with the Browns for their fourth-round pick. The Steelers made the move, getting the 111th overall pick, to draft Syracuse safety Shamarko Thomas. In return, the Browns set the Steelers third-round pick in 2014. It&#…

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Draft Day Two: Should The Steelers Take A RB?

It’s day two of the NFL Draft, and not one running back was taken on day one, meaning that there’s plenty of options out there for the Steelers if they want to revamp the running game for Mike Tomlin. Here’s the best of the bunch: 1) Eddie Lacy, 5 feet 11 inches, 231 pounds, Alabama […]…

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Ed Bouchette: Steelers Should Take A Running Back Next

(Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)93-7 The Fan Steelers insider and Post-Gazette reporter Ed Bouchette joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to break down the NFL Draft.CBS Pittsburgh » Steelers

Vote: Should The Steelers Match The Emmanuel Sanders Offer Sheet Or Take The Pick?

We do not have long to wait until the Pittsburgh Steelers make their decision as to whether or not to match the one-year, $ 2.5 million offer sheet signed by restricted free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders with the the New England Patriots. You should know all of the pros and cons of keeping Sanders or letting him walk by now, so here is your c…

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Maurkice Pouncey ready to take on leadership role in 2013

Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey is the elder statemen on the team’s offensive line with more starts under his belt than anyone in the unit, and he’s ready to take on the next step as a leader on the field and in the locker room.

“I definitely will be taking on a leadership role,” Pounceysaid, via the Altoona Mirror. “I have been waiti…

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Steelers will take a look at Ahmad Bradshaw

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Pittsburgh Steelers plan on taking a look at free agent running back Ahmad Bradshaw. Steelers expect to host RB Ahmad Bradshaw for a visit this week, Will explore his health/medicals — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 27, 2013 I really love Bradshaw because of his toughness, but I would be…

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Giants to take a look at Dan Connor

The Giants continue to look for linebacker depth, and seem particularly interested in depth inside. According to Geoff Mosher of Comcast SportsNet, Dan Connor will visit the Giants. The former Cowboys and Panthers inside linebacker had previously visited the Steelers as well as the Raiders. The Giants brought Jasper Brinkley in before he left them&…

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