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Steelers want to stick to run, even without key parts

The Steelers don’t appear to be ready to change their plan, but they don’t appear to be close to getting back the guys they need to implement that plan, either. According to Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the Steelers aren’t expected to have either running back Le’Veon Bell or tight end Heath Miller back…...</p

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LaMarr Woodley doesn’t want to come off the field

The Steelers are going to start Jason Worilds at one outside linebacker spot, but will doubtless want to make sure rookie Jarvis Jones gets plenty of snaps too As long as those snaps don’t come at the expense of the other starter, LaMarr Woodley is cool with that. Woodley didn’t seem to care for the…ProFootballTalk » Pittsburgh Steelers

Steelers running backs coach doesn’t want a backfield committee

The Steelers struggled to run the ball effectively last season while employing a committee approach to the tailback spot. Part of the reason for that was necessity since the Steelers couldn’t keep a back healthy long enough to become the feature back. Even when the backs were healthy, though, the Steelers went with multiple players…

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Video: Ever Want To Know What Troy Polamalu Does With His Money?

ESPN spoke to to Steelers safety Troy Polamalu about how he’s reached a level of financial success that most NFL players don’t have a grasp of in this world of spending and having the most toys....

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Roethlisberger: I want more Super Bowl rings than Bradshaw

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has two Super Bowl rings. Which puts him three short of his goal. At his appearance in London to promote the American version of football, Roethlisberger said his goal is to have the most Super Bowl rings of any starting quarterback in Steelers history. Which would also mean he’d have the…

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Ryan Clark doesn’t want 2013 to be his last year with Steelers

If you’re the sort who looks for signals that a player’s run with a particular team is about to come to an end, you’d have a field day with Steelers safety Ryan Clark these days. Clark is turning 34 in October and entering the final year of his contract with the Steelers, who drafted Shamarko…ProFootballTalk » Pittsburgh Steelers

Landry Jones on speculation he’s Ben Roethlisberger’s replacement: ‘You might want to talk to the coaches or Mr. Rooney on that one’

One NFL scout said of the Pittsburgh Steelers fourth round pick quarterback Landry Jones, in college at time looked ‘bored.’

Well, Jones is now out of the boredom zone and into the speculation department.

There are some circles that feel Jones could have been chosen to become Ben Roethlisberger’s successor, no matter how ridiculous that s...

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Steelers want LaMarr Woodley to work harder in the offseason

Steelers outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley was something of a disappointment last season, recording just four sacks while dealing with groin, ankle and hamstring injuries. Now Woodley’s coaches are hoping a renewed emphasis on staying in shape in the offseason will prevent him from struggling through more nagging injuries this season. Ed Bouc...

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Steelers GM Kevin Colbert: “We never want to be in a position where we have to gut the team”

Steelers’ general manager Kevin Colbert knows he has a daunting task in front of him. While many of the experts are predicting a mass exodus of veterans come March, Colbert believes he can keep the bleeding under control.

He thinks he can strike a balance by using creative thinking when it comes to the salary cap, then the Steelers can keep the...

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Steelers want to be sustainable, but numbers make it tough

The Steelers went through a dramatic purge last year, having the get rid of older starters just to comply with the salary cap. Things are going to be tight again this year, which has already raised the specter of more cuts, but general manager Kevin Colbert said the challenge is keeping the team sustainable. “Last year,…

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