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Could Steelers take another chance on LaMarr Woodley?

Former Steeler, and current free agent linebacker LaMarr Woodley recently joined Sirius XM NFL Radio about his status. Woodley, who has recently bounced around from the Oakland Raiders to the Arizona Cardinals, claims he's healthy and ready to contribute to an NFL franchise: (transcript via NFL Draft Diamonds) “Yeah, I’m staying in ...

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Is #FireHaley still a trend?

Not too far in the past, I recall a time when Steelers fans were fickle over their new offensive coordinator; with calls to "Fire Todd Haley" between nearly every other social media post I read the morning after a game (particularly those which the Steelers had lost.) The iconic phrase ...

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2016 Projections for the Steelers 2015 Draft Class

We're all anxious for the Fall to arrive. The changing of the seasons. The smell of pumpkin spiced everything. The beginning of football season. Okay, we're probably more anxious for the last one, but of the many reasons we're anxious for the season to start, one of the best is ...

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5 Quarterbacks Better Than Ben?

The NFL Top 100 Players of 2016: a newer, annual tradition from NFL Network, claims to list the best players of the upcoming season, as voted on by the players. The validity of the list is questioned by NFL players themselves, many claiming they never voted for anyone. Further, some ...

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Which position will the Steelers keep more players?

We are at the point in the offseason where writers are starting to release their projections for the Steelers 53 man roster. Positions such as running back and defensive line are set for the most part, but there are some positions where you often see disagreement as to how many ...

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Steelers won’t suffer from jet lag in 2016

The Pittsburgh Steelers won't suffer from jet lag this upcoming season. Why? Because they won't be in a jet: at least not long, or often enough, to have fatigue set in from being in the air. The Steelers are the beneficiary of one of the, if not the most forgiving travel schedule ...

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Steelers not alone in using major player as punt returner

There have been reports over the last few weeks about the Steelers hoping to replace Antonio Brown as the teams primary punt returner. Many fans and news outlets are in favor of this, arguing that using Brown as a punt returner puts him at risk of injury and it isn't worth ...

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Who’s better since parting ways? Mike Wallace or The Steelers?

Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com recently posted an interesting interview with current Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace, formerly of the Pittsburgh Steelers (and Miami Dolphins... and Minnesota Vikings.) Wallace was quoted: "I think I’ve gotten better, even though [the] numbers don’t say so... I think I’ll get better this year, ...

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By The Numbers: Shaun Suisham

Back in 2010, a little-known Canadian-American kicker named Shaun Suisham, arrived in Pittsburgh. It was his second attempt at supplanting a controversial, but popular Pittsburgh kicker named Jeff Reed, after trying the same in 2005, entering a camp battle with the aforementioned, after signing as an undrafted free agent. Little ...

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6 players in danger of not making the Steelers roster in 2016

After wrapping on articles making predictions for the Steelers offense, and the Steelers defense, I started thinking: what players are in danger of not making the final 53-man roster this upcoming season? Aside from some obvious camp bodies, I believe there are several players who could be in danger of ...

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Which Receivers Will Make The Steelers Final Roster?

Camp buzz is buzzing louder, as the NFL season quickly approaches. Much like other years, everyone is taking their stab at guessing which long shot, underdog, or sleeper will make the final 53-man rosters in every camp. The Steelers are not immune to this scrutiny, as with pro football news ...

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