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  • newCivil lawsuit against Pouncey twins set for trial on March 6

    Civil lawsuit against Pouncey twins set for trial on March 6

    At a time when their former Florida teammate is facing a much more serious criminal trial, NFL offensive lineman Maurkice and Mike Pouncey soon will be standing trial in a civil case arising from a 2014 brawl at their birthday party. Per multiple reports, the trial against the twins starts on March 6 in Miami-Dade…
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  • newEmmanuel Sanders drank 2 gallons of water before Combine weigh-in

    Emmanuel Sanders drank 2 gallons of water before Combine weigh-in

    Emmanuel Sanders didn’t want to be written off as too small at the 2010 Scouting Combine, and so he got a bright idea: Add a lot of water weight. Sanders said he was worried NFL teams wouldn’t think he was big enough to hold up to the grind at the professional level, so he drank…
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  • Will the Steelers use the transition tag on Le’Veon Bell?

    Will the Steelers use the transition tag on Le’Veon Bell?

    Although the question of whether the Vikings cut running back Adrian Peterson won’t affect the amount of the franchise tag applicable to Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell, there’s another development that will: Not using the franchise tag at all. The Steelers could opt to use the transition tag instead of the franchise tag on Bell.…
    - 1 day ago, 24 Feb 17, 4:01pm -
  • Eleven teams get compensatory third-round picks

    Eleven teams get compensatory third-round picks

    Half the teams in the league ended up with extra draft picks Friday, with 11 teams getting an extra third-rounder. The league announced compensatory choices, which are awarded to teams for net free agent losses the year before. The highest pick, the 97th overall, went to the Dolphins, who were picked over last March, with…
    - 2 days ago, 24 Feb 17, 12:34pm -
  • Report: James Conner gets “clean scan”

    Report: James Conner gets “clean scan”

    Former University of Pittsburgh running back James Conner got “a clean scan” Thursday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported. Conner was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2015 but returned to play last season. The news of his clean medical report comes a week before he heads to Indianapolis to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine with a…
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  • Video shows Joey Porter grabbing wrists of police officer

    Video shows Joey Porter grabbing wrists of police officer

    Steelers linebackers coach Joey Porter avoided felony charges last month when the local prosecutor decided that the evidence didn’t support a conclusion that Porter “attempt[ed] by physical menace to put [a police officer] while in the performance of duty, in fear of imminent serious bodily injury.” With the entire case now resolved via a glorified…
    - 3 days ago, 23 Feb 17, 7:55am -
  • James Harrison would like a two-year deal

    James Harrison would like a two-year deal

    Linebacker James Harrison didn’t spend much time after the end of the Steelers’ season weighing whether he wanted to return for another NFL season. Harrison, who turns 39 in May, said after the team’s playoff loss that he wasn’t done playing. It appears he’s already thinking about his plans for after his 40th birthday as well.…
    - 3 days ago, 22 Feb 17, 2:48pm -
  • No groin surgery scheduled for Le’Veon Bell

    No groin surgery scheduled for Le’Veon Bell

    After the Steelers were knocked out of the playoffs by the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, running back Le’Veon Bell said he was consulting with doctors about whether he needed to have surgery to address the groin injury that knocked him out of that contest. It looks like Bell is going to avoid an…
    - 4 days ago, 22 Feb 17, 12:16pm -
  • Steelers add a punter and a long snapper

    Steelers add a punter and a long snapper

    The Steelers announced a pair of offseason special teams signings on Tuesday. Long snapper Kameron Canaday and punter A.J. Hughes have been added to the roster. Canaday won the long-snapping job with the Cardinals last summer but was cut in September. The Steelers had previously announced that longtime long snapper Greg Warren signed a new…
    - 4 days ago, 21 Feb 17, 2:39pm -
  • Steelers interested in bringing James Harrison back

    Steelers interested in bringing James Harrison back

    James Harrison insisted he wasn’t finished playing football. So it’s not a huge surprise where he’s likely to play it. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, there is “mutual interest” between the 38-year-old free agent and the Steelers for another year. This one is nearly the definition of #asexpected, because other than a…
    - 5 days ago, 21 Feb 17, 12:50pm -

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  • newCompensatory Picks: How Elway Can Capitalize

    Compensatory Picks: How Elway Can Capitalize

    The Broncos were awarded four compensatory draft picks for 2017, which brings their total to 10 for this year's NFL Draft. Based on his track record, what can we expect from GM John Elway on Draft Day?
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  • USC Crossover Recruiting Rankings: TE

    USC Crossover Recruiting Rankings: TE

    How did the 2017 class compare to other Trojan TE commits this decade?
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  • Okung Out; Where Does Denver Go For LT Help?

    Okung Out; Where Does Denver Go For LT Help?

    The Broncos have a gaping hole at left tackle. Doc Bear evaluates the best free agent options available to the Broncos in 2017.
    - 2 days ago, 24 Feb 17, 10:14am -
  • Ask Wex

    Ask Wex

    SCI publisher Jim Wexell answers customer questions in the first of a two-part weekend series.
    - 3 days ago, 23 Feb 17, 8:21am -
  • Broncos Should Focus on Homegrown QBs

    Broncos Should Focus on Homegrown QBs

    Instead of chasing the white whale in free agency, it's time for the Broncos to settle down and develop a long-term option at quarterback.
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  • Steelers in Free Agency: Defense

    Steelers in Free Agency: Defense

    In part two of the Steelers' look at free agency, Dale Lolley examines the defenders.
    - 6 days ago, 20 Feb 17, 12:34pm -
  • Wolfley: Keep Timmons, Shazier Together

    Wolfley: Keep Timmons, Shazier Together

    Lawrence Timmons has played in an 120 consecutive regular-season games, of which he's started 101 straight, NFL highs for linebackers. Craig Wolfley believes those streaks should continue in Black and Gold.
    - 7 days ago, 19 Feb 17, 3:56am -
  • Colbert Expects A Triplets Reunion

    Colbert Expects A Triplets Reunion

    General Manager Kevin Colbert in a wide-ranging interview regarding the Pittsburgh Steelers.
    - 9 days ago, 16 Feb 17, 5:18pm -
  • Steelers in Free Agency: Offense

    Steelers in Free Agency: Offense

    The business side of football begins today, so Dale Lolley takes a look at some potential free agent fits for the Steelers.
    - 11 days ago, 15 Feb 17, 3:01am -
  • Former Player Westerman Active On, Off Field

    Former Player Westerman Active On, Off Field

    Scarlet Report recently caught up with former Rutgers defensive end Jamaal Westerman about his growth as a person outside of football. The former undrafted free agent and starting New York Jet linebacker spoke about his budding CFL career and his off-field advocacy.
    - 13 days ago, 13 Feb 17, 9:17am -

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  • Fantasy Football 2017: Keeping Tabs on Martavis Bryant
    With Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant aiming for a return in 2017, where should he be valued in fantasy football?Around this time last year, the NFL suspended wide receiver Martavis Bryant for the entire 2016 season after repeated violations ofthe league's substance-abuse pol...
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  • Fantasy Football 2017: Le'Veon Bell Making Mistake Avoiding Surgery
    Running back Le'Veon Bell is making a big mistake avoiding surgery on his injured groin, which could hinder his fantasy football value in 2017.There is no questioning the impact that running back Le'Veon Bell has, not only with the Pittsburgh Steelers, but in fantasy football as well. Th...
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  • Arena Dreams: In Search of 26 Riders
    Battered hands, bruised egos and final cuts: Surviving training camp with the LA KISS is a Darwinian exercise that doesn’t love you back
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  • 6 free agents the Pittsburgh Steelers should target
    With money to spend, the Steelers can get aggressive in free agency.
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  • Mel Kiper on the NFL Draft, Then and Now
    The original draft guru looks back at what draft coverage used to be, and breaks down some of the prospects who need a big week at the combine
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  • Pittsburgh Steelers: Re-Signing James Harrison Only Means Good Things
    There are numerous ways to describe Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison. All told, the ageless veteran is simply relentless.Returning with a vengeance over the past three seasons, would anyone going to be surprised to see Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison cont...
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  • Pittsburgh Steelers: Defensive Line Could Be Major Force in 2017
    Thanks to some soliddraft picks in recent years, the defensive line of the Pittsburgh Steelers is once again starting to look extremely formidable.Apparently, it comes with the territory. Fair or unfair, seemingly every time the Pittsburgh Steelersshow any semblance of playing good defense over a ...
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  • Fantasy Football 2017: Running Backs Dominate Top 3 Players
    Who are the top three players in Fantasy Football 2017? Running Backs dominate every top spot as versatility and consistency finally meet.Last year, the top of fantasy football drafts was extremely wide receiver heavy. Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham, and Julio Jones were all among the top-five playe...
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  • Predicting every NFL team's expected free-agent spending, from lavish to penny-pincher
    Not every team that has money is willing to spend it.
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  • Pittsburgh Steelers: What Is Markus Wheaton's Future?
    The Pittsburgh Steelers have their entire wide receiving corps under contract for the 2017 season—with the exception of Markus Wheaton.For roughly a decade, the Pittsburgh Steelers have done an excellent job of drafting and developing big-play wide receivers. From Super Bowl XLIII MVPSantoni...
    - 31 Dec 69, 4:00pm -

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  • newQBs Gustafson, Nelson work hard to improve draft stock (The Associated Press)
    Brady Gustafson sits in a conference room at Test Football Academy and breaks down film with former NFL quarterback Scott Brunner. How did Matt Ryan make that throw to Julio Jones? What defensive coverage did Tom Brady see on this touchdown pass?
    - 19 hours ago, 25 Feb 17, 6:50am -
  • NFL announces 2017 compensatory draft picks, which now can be traded for first time (Shutdown Corner)
    The NFL has announced the 32 compensatory draft picks the league has issued to 16 teams that suffered a net loss in free agency a year ago. The picks range from the third to the seventh rounds of the 2017 NFL, and the secret formula used to determine which teams receive the picks is based on the dollar amount and talent of free agents who left teams that signed fewer free agents than they lost a year ago. In the past, teams that received compensatory picks had to use the selections themselves.
    - 2 days ago, 24 Feb 17, 1:03pm -
  • NFL-National Football League roundup (Reuters)
    Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill passed a battery of tests on his ACL and Grade 2 MCL sprain and is expected to be available for all of the team's offseason program, the Miami Herald reported on Thursday. Tannehill missed the Dolphins' last three regular-season games and their playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers with a severe knee sprain. The 28-year-old elected against full reconstructive surgery and instead opted for rehabilitation with adult stem cell treatment, the Miami Herald reported.
    - 2 days ago, 23 Feb 17, 5:08pm -
  • Former first-round pick Fernando Bryant says he was fired from high school job for social media post (Shutdown Corner)
    Fernando Bryant, a cornerback who played 10 NFL seasons, was fired from a job as head coach of a Georgia high school football team less than three weeks after signing his contract. A first-round pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1999, Bryant signed a contract to be the head coach of Strong Rock Christian School, but not long after the school asked him to resign, allegedly after parents raised issues about his past on social media. Talking to WXIA, Bryant said that when he refused to resign, he was fired.
    - 4 days ago, 22 Feb 17, 11:21am -
  • Steelers' Joey Porter fined $300 over scuffle outside bar (The Associated Press)
    Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter has been fined $300 after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct stemming from a dispute with a bar bouncer and a police officer last month. Porter entered the plea Tuesday in City Court in Pittsburgh, ending a case in which he originally faced a serious felony charge of aggravated assault for allegedly grabbing the officer's wrists outside a bar after a bouncer denied him entrance Jan. 8. Four days later, Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala Jr. said he'd reviewed surveillance video of the incident and announced plans to drop all…
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  • The Latest: Video shows assistant Steelers' coach scuffle (The Associated Press)
    Pittsburgh police have released surveillance video in support of an officer's account of a confrontation he had with Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter. Porter was fined $300 on Tuesday after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct in a dispute with a bouncer and an officer outside a Pittsburgh bar last month.
    - 4 days ago, 21 Feb 17, 4:03pm -
  • Steelers assistant Joey Porter will plead guilty following playoff bar dustup, faces NFL discipline (Shutdown Corner)
    Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter reportedly will plead guilty to a reduced charge following an incident with a bar bouncer and a police officer following the team’s wild-card victory over the Miami Dolphins last month. The Associated Press is reporting that Porter will plead guilty to citations for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness on Tuesday after he allegedly grabbed an officer’s wrists outside a Pittsburgh area bar following an argument with a bouncer who denied him entrance back on Jan. 8. The Steelers had defeated the Dolphins, 30-12, the day of the alleged in…
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  • How often have athletes snubbed the White House? (The Associated Press)
    The championship-winning team presents the leader of the free world with a personalized jersey. While presidents have been snubbed before, six players from the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots took it to another level by preemptively turning down an expected invitation from President Trump. ''The balance of power in professional sports now rests more with the performers than the owners,'' said Stephen Mosher, a professor of sports management and media at Ithaca College.
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  • Steelers already working on new contract for Antonio Brown (The Associated Press)
    The Pittsburgh Steelers are following through on their promise to offer All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown a new contract. General manager Kevin Colbert said Thursday the team has already begun negotiations with Brown, who has one year left on the $42 million deal that began in 2013. The 28-year-old Brown is coming off his fourth straight season of at least 100 receptions.
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  • Here's what it will cost to franchise tag Eric Berry, Chandler Jones and others (Shutdown Corner)
    Wednesday marks the first day of the two-week window in which NFL clubs can designate their franchise player for the 2017 season. The tag is a one-year, fully guaranteed contract, and the salary its determined through a complicated calculation representing the five-year average salary cap percentage each position consumed, or 120 percent of a player’s 2016 salary, whichever is higher. Chiefs All-Pro safety Eric Berry is a prime candidate to receive the franchise tag, but he doesn’t want to play that game.
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  • Mock Draft Monday: Steelers decide to go the cornerback route in Round 1

    Mock Draft Monday: Steelers decide to go the cornerback route in Round 1

    The Pittsburgh Steelers are not just in need of a pass rusher, but also secondary help. In the latest mock draft the team decides to take a CB in Round 1. The usual debate between Pittsburgh Steelers fans is whether the team should draft by Best Player Available strategy, or to focus on a position of need in the early rounds of the selection process. However, the debate this year seems to consist around whether the team should draft a pass rusher or cornerback in the first round.There is certainly an argument to be made for both positions, and this argument typically leads to an “egg…
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  • Predicting the Steelers offseason - Part Five: Antonio Brown’s contract and finishing touches

    Predicting the Steelers offseason - Part Five: Antonio Brown’s contract and finishing touches

    In the fifth part of our series of predicting the Pittsburgh Steelers offseason, we predict Antonio Brown’s next contract, as well as Ryan Shazier’s 5th year option and more. I did not think Steelers GM Kevin Colbert had such a tough job. Whew, I was wrong. Thursday, Friday and Saturday’s NFL Draft picks might be in the books, but the offseason is just hitting full stride. The past five days have been intense, not just because I was dealing with players, but also because of the agents and other GMs. In the past couple of months, I signed several of our past players who were set to…
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  • Steelers 2017 Draft Outlook: Inside linebacker is the biggest wildcard this offseason

    Steelers 2017 Draft Outlook: Inside linebacker is the biggest wildcard this offseason

    For the Steelers, the strategy for the early rounds 2017 NFL Draft could hinge on the decisions surrounding inside linebacker Lawrence Timmons. Appearances can be deceiving.A look at the Steelers’ 2016 starting lineup would give you the impression they are comfortable at inside linebacker, with two first-round draft picks manning the two spots in their 3-4 base defense and 2-4-5 nickel. Add to that first-round pick Bud Dupree and former Defensive Player of the Year James Harrison at the outside linebacker spots, and there is little reason for the layman to think this linebacker corps…
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  • Mike Mayock’s position rankings leave options for Steelers in Round 1

    Mike Mayock’s position rankings leave options for Steelers in Round 1

    The Pittsburgh Steelers will likely be thinking defense in the first round of the NFL Draft, and Mike Mayock’s latest positional rankings give hope to the black and gold. The Pittsburgh Steelers would be wise to address the defense in the first round of the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft, but the position which they target is certainly up for debate. Most would agree the team should be targeting an outside linebacker/EDGE pass rusher, cornerback, inside linebacker or hybrid defensive lineman, in no particular order. With those positions targeted, when NFL Draft experts release their position…
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  • 3 instant upgrades the Steelers can make in Free Agency and the NFL Draft

    3 instant upgrades the Steelers can make in Free Agency and the NFL Draft

    The Pittsburgh Steelers have some holes to fill, and they could get some instant upgrades in both Free Agency and the NFL Draft. Sign a mid-level free agentThe Steelers secondary looked much better in 2016 than it did in the previous two seasons, but it is far from a finished product. The weakest link in Pittsburgh’s secondary might just be cornerback William Gay, who struggled mightily in man coverage throughout the 2016 season. Gay’s contract isn’t a big issue (though the Steelers would save around $2 million by releasing him), but he turns 33 next season, meaning that the Steel…
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  • Steelers safety Sean Davis named to NFL.com’s All-Rookie team

    Steelers safety Sean Davis named to NFL.com’s All-Rookie team

    The Pittsburgh Steelers had a trio of defenders who were worthy of recognition, but Sean Davis is the one who stood out to NFL.com. The Pittsburgh Steelers are a team who decided to focus almost solely on the defensive side of the ball in the 2016 NFL Draft, and it paid off in a big way. One of the main criticisms of the Steelers has been their inability to draft rookies who are not going to be players, but who are NFL-ready in their first season. Well, the team did just that with their first three draft picks of Artie Burns, Sean Davis and Javon Hargrave.For the first time in a long t…
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  • Take a stab at passing, or failing, the NFL’s Wonderlic test

    Take a stab at passing, or failing, the NFL’s Wonderlic test

    The NFL Scouting Combine is almost here, which means you will hear plenty about the Wonderlic test. Ever wonder how you’d do on it? Today is your lucky day. With the NFL Scouting Combine just around the corner, it is this time of the year when you typically hear about a player, or players, who scores extremely well, or poorly, on the NFL’s Wonderlic test. For those who don’t know, the Wonderlic test is a test which is given to prospects to test their general knowledge. Not just football knowledge, but their overall intelligence.So, what kind of questions are asked on this test? S…
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  • Antonio Brown officially introduces “Ronald Ocean” on latest video

    Antonio Brown officially introduces “Ronald Ocean” on latest video

    Antonio Brown created an alter ego for himself in 2016 named “Ronald Ocean”. He explains this alter ego in his latest social media video. Some shook their heads at Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown well before his infamous Facebook Live video went viral and caused a stir leading up to the AFC Championship game. What caused most to raise an eyebrow towards Brown was him pulling a Clinton Portis and deciding to give himself an alter ego named ‘Ronald Ocean’. Every time a reporter asked about the name, or why this person was even being a topic of discussion, they rece…
    - 7 days ago, 19 Feb 17, 2:20am -

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  • newHighlights from Saturday's WPIAL basketball quarterfinals
    Woodland Hills finished in fourth place in its section, but now the Wolverines are one of only four teams left in the WPIAL Class 6A playoffs.Woodland Hills, the No. 11 seed, knocked off Fox Chapel, 52-47, ...
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  • Bannon's Message
    Steve Bannon, Trump's most feared adviser, came out of hiding to speak at CPAC on Thursday. He continued the party line about the evil media. 
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  • Town Hall
    GOP town hall meetings have become rowdy gatherings for protesters. The GOP, like the Dems in 2009, are claiming these are not real grassroots protesters. Two words: Tea Party. 
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  • Enemy of the People
    The media is at the top of Trump's enemies list. Hmmm. Sound familiar? 
    - 3 days ago, 23 Feb 17, 12:32am -
  • Brewed On Grant: Toomey Tuesdays
    Senator Pat Toomey is still hiding from his constituents. He can't justify his support for the Trump administration and nominees like  Betsy Devos and is too much of a coward to even try. 
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  • Kim Jong Un
    To me, the crazy leader of North Korea seems tame in comparison to our new supreme leader. 
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  • Local Leaks
    When they aren't dealing with lead pipes, a crumbling infrastructure and low chlorine scares, the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority is busy trying to plug a 10,000 gallon per minute leak! 
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  • Press Dumpster
    Trump's recent press conference reminded me of a crazy drunk person ranting on the street corner. The difference is, we elected this crazy drunk person president. 
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  • Without Immigrants
    This country was built by immigrants. Immigrants enrich our lives everyday. They make America great. We need to treat them with compassion and respect. 
    - 9 days ago, 16 Feb 17, 4:37pm -
  • The Leaks
    Trump is downplaying the General Flynn scandal by blaming the media and intelligence leaks. He is so angry about the leaks but does not seem to have a problem with the bizarre relationship between his White House and Russia. 
    - 10 days ago, 15 Feb 17, 2:49pm -

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  • Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell Won’t Need Groin Surgery

    Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell Won’t Need Groin Surgery

    During Super Bowl LI week, Le’Veon Bell said he was hoping to avoid groin surgery. It appears the Steelers’ running back will, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Bell is not expected to undergo surgery after visiting doctors after the playoffs. Bell has not scheduled surgery yet, which would have happened by now if necessary, per Rapoport. Bell missed most of the Steelers’ loss to the New England Patriots due to a groin injury. The dual-threat back told NFL Network earlier this month that he had been dealing with the injury before the…
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  • Steelers Assistant Coach Joey Porter To Plead Guilty to Disorderly Conduct

    Steelers Assistant Coach Joey Porter To Plead Guilty to Disorderly Conduct

    Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter plans to plead guilty to a disorderly conduct citation stemming from a dispute with a bar bouncer and a police officer last month. Porter’s defense attorney, Robert Del Greco, tells The Associated Press that Porter will plead guilty in City Court on Tuesday afternoon. Porter was originally charged with aggravated assault and other more serious charges for allegedly grabbing the officer’s wrists outside a South Side bar after a bouncer denied him entrance on Jan. 8. But Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala Jr. dropped all charges but disord…
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  • How Do the Steelers Look at Landry Jones as Their Long Term Backup QB?

    How Do the Steelers Look at Landry Jones as Their Long Term Backup QB?

    The Steelers have an interesting decision to make with backup quarterback Landry Jones, who at times has come in and won games for the team (Arizona and Oakland in 2015), and then at times it seems has looked like a deer in headlights that fans can’t wait to jump on as nothing more than a bum backup QB. Jones is a free agent next month, and according to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the powers that be with the Steelers think that the backup QB is “to be better than 80 percent of the other backups in the league,” […]The post How Do the Steelers Look at Landry Jones as The…
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  • Steelers Bring Back Unrestricted Free Agent LB Steven Johnson

    Steelers Bring Back Unrestricted Free Agent LB Steven Johnson

    The Steelers re-signed their second unrestricted free agent, backup linebacker and special teams player Steven Johnson, to a one-year contract, Joe Rutter of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. Johnson, a five-year veteran, earned $760,000 in base salary last season, the NFL minimum. The minimum this season for a player with Johnson’s experience is $775,000. Johnson, who turns 29 in March, appeared in six games with the Steelers before injuring his ankle in Week 10 against the Dallas Cowboys. He was placed on injured reserve and missed the remainder of the season. Johnson had six special…
    - 10 days ago, 16 Feb 17, 6:02am -
  • Steelers Sign DL Hooks and Philon to Contracts

    Steelers Sign DL Hooks and Philon to Contracts

    The Steelers signed defensive linemen Lavon Hooks and Roy Philon to contracts on Monday, Joe Rutter of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. Both players were in training camp last summer with the team. Philon was waived/injured on Aug. 14, and Hooks was released Sept. 3 in the final round of roster cuts.The post Steelers Sign DL Hooks and Philon to Contracts appeared first on Steelers Gab.
    - 12 days ago, 14 Feb 17, 5:58am -
  • Is Antonio Brown Really on the Trade Block? Steelers Say Not a Chance

    Is Antonio Brown Really on the Trade Block? Steelers Say Not a Chance

    “Several teams” have inquired on the availability of wide receiver Antonio Brown, but the Steelers have said “hell no” according to Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report. As well they should. Despite all of the “antics” that have been talked about in the last month, Brown remains one of the elite receivers in the NFL and is an will remain a fixture in Pittsburgh. Steelers president Art Rooney II has already said an extension for Brown is a priority as the 28-year-old wideout has clearly outperformed his current contract signed in 2012. Without the extension, Brown will play 2017 for $8.7…
    - 18 days ago, 8 Feb 17, 9:02am -
  • Steelers Resign Tight End Xavier Grimble to One-Year Deal

    Steelers Resign Tight End Xavier Grimble to One-Year Deal

    The Steelers are bringing back tight end Xavier Grimble, a player who was set to be an exclusive rights free agent, meaning he couldn’t have signed with another club unless the Steelers forfeited its rights to him. Joe Rutter of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review says that Grimble will ink a one-year deal with the team. Last season the 24-year-old pulled in 11 catches for 118 yards and two touchdowns. He played in 11 games as well as all three playoff games but didn’t have a catch. In his career Grimble has also played with Giants, 49ers and Patriots in his career.The post Steelers Resign Tigh…
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  • Steelers Release Former Cleveland First-Round Pick CB Justin Gilbert

    Steelers Release Former Cleveland First-Round Pick CB Justin Gilbert

    The Steelers made a move last September adding former Cleveland Browns first-round pick Justin Gilbert to the roster, and in just one season they determined he wasn’t worthy of a roster spot despite his draft status. Today the team released Gilbert, a player who never lived up to the hype and likely will have a tough time finding future work in the NFL. Wow. #Steelers release CB Justin Gilbert. Remember: the Browns made him the 8th overall pick less than three years ago. — Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala) February 6, 2017 Gilbert didn’t do all that much for the Steelers after […]The…
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  • The City of Pittsburgh All Seemed to Watch the Super Bowl; Can the Steelers Get to the Next One?

    The City of Pittsburgh All Seemed to Watch the Super Bowl; Can the Steelers Get to the Next One?

    If you meet anyone from Pittsburgh today who told you they didn’t watch Tom Brady and the New England Patriots win Super Bowl LI on Sunday, they are probably lying. Overall the Steel City had the best ratings of ANY in the country when it come to TV ratings for the annual super showdown between the NFC and AFC, drawing a crazy 57.9 share last night. They beat out Buffalo (57.2) and Atlanta (57.0) as the top city in America that watched Sunday’s wild Pats comeback, led by Brady, as they beat the Falcons in the first Super Bowl overtime […]The post The City of Pittsburgh All Seemed to Wat…
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  • Antonio Brown Sticks Up For Le’Veon Bell in His Ongoing Fight with Skip Bayless

    Antonio Brown Sticks Up For Le’Veon Bell in His Ongoing Fight with Skip Bayless

    In a week where there’s a lot more talking than anything else, everyone is getting ready for Super Bowl Sunday as the Patriots play the Falcons down in Houston. There’s an off the field fight going on between Fox hot air blower Skip Bayless and Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell. If you’ve missed it, it’s included Bell going after Bayless (who says he’s not the best RB in the NFL), with a rap song, and Bayless fighting back. Today things got even more fun between Bayless and Bell as Steelers all-world wide out Antonio Brown, as AB was on the […]The post Antonio Brown Sticks Up F…
    - 24 days ago, 2 Feb 17, 8:56am -

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  • Top 10 takeaways from the NFL season that was
    The 2016 NFL season was full of drama and intrigue. It started with New England Patriots finding themselves without Tom Brady for the first four games. It ended with Brady hoisting his fifth Lombardi right in front of the man who stripped him of those first four games.In between, the season had its ups and downs. Ratings took a nose dive during the early part of the year, partly due to both a lackluster product and the election itself.That gave way to a pretty dramatic conclusion of the season that saw both the Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys surprise the masses with playoff spots.Meanwhil…
    - 19 days ago, 6 Feb 17, 8:12pm -
  • Joe Thomas takes shot at Justin Gilbert after CB's release
    Monday has been a rough day for Justin Gilbert. After only one year with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the 2014 first-round pick was released. Joe Thomas, who was a teammate of Gilbert from 2014-2015 with the Cleveland Browns, didn’t seem surprised.In fact, Thomas threw major shade at his former teammate. It isn’t surprising to hear a member of the Browns make a comment like that. Following Gilbert’s rookie year, then Cleveland coach Mike Pettine acknowledged that Gilbert had maturity issues, but said “it’s more than that.” You can read the full comments here.Perhaps that has led to Gil…
    - 20 days ago, 6 Feb 17, 1:29pm -
  • Five biggest goats from Super Bowl LI
    The fallout of Super Bowl LI will bring a lot of talk about the greatness of Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, and the New England Patriots. It’s well deserved. But the Atlanta Falcons were on the wrong end of the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history. We can look at what went right for the Patriots, but attention also has to be given to what went wrong for the Falcons.There’s plenty to look at there.What was Matt Ryan’s impact? What about Dan Quinn, Richard Smith and the Atlanta coaching staff?Who were the five biggest goats of Super Bowl LI?Matt RyanMuch of the blame for blowing a 16-point…
    - 20 days ago, 5 Feb 17, 9:02pm -
  • Michael Vick reveals moment he knew it was time to retire
    Making the decision to retire from the NFL can sprout from many different circumstances, and oftentimes it takes a series of events to unfold before a veteran is ready to make that call. In the case of Michael Vick, who announced his retirement Friday ahead of Super Bowl LI, one pivotal moment solidified his resolve.That moment occurred when the Minnesota Vikings didn’t reach out to Vick following the traumatic knee injury suffered by Teddy Bridgewater during the preseason.“Me and the guys (his associates) were sitting on the couch, and I thought I was going to get a call, man,” Vick tol…
    - 22 days ago, 4 Feb 17, 9:57am -
  • Report: Steelers, Brown could complete new deal by training camp
    Antonio Brown recently said he plans to be a Steeler for life. Apparently that could be closer to happening.Brown said in an interview with Dan Patrick during the week that he and the Steelers were beginning to get things rolling on a potential new deal. Now ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reports that there is optimism that Brown and the Steelers could complete a new deal by training camp.Brown was vastly underpaid relative to his production, so the Steelers re-worked his contract last year to pay him more money this season. The expectation was that they would make things up to him by giving him a lar…
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  • Michael Vick announces he’s officially retired from NFL
    Not that this was a huge question on everyone’s mind heading into Super Bowl LI, but Michael Vick told ESPN’s Josina Anderson he’s officially retired from the NFL. Selected with the first overall pick of the 2001 NFL Draft out of Virginia Tech, Vick enthralled us in his first years out of college like nobody else during that time period. A player who could run like the wind and flick deep passes without any real appearance of effort, his electric style of play led to some of the wildest highlights the NFL had ever seen and has seen since.The dual-threat quarterback took the Falcons to…
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  • Ben Roethlisberger: Patriots are Steelers’ ‘big brother’
    Pittsburgh Steelers fans are not going to be happy with Ben Roethlisberger’s latest comments about the New England Patriots.Roethlisberger joined Pittsburgh native John Calipari’s podcast recently and was asked whether there is hatred between the Patriots and Steelers, especially in light of the team losing to the Pats in the AFC Championship Game. Roethlisberger said no.“I’d say there’s more respect than a hatred,” Roethlisberger said as transcribed by ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. “There’s divisional hatred, Baltimore and us, Cincinnati and us, but I don’t think there’s a hatre…
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  • Ben Roethlisberger: Steelers are Patriots’ little brother
    Instead of sitting at a podium in front of hundreds of reporters at Super Bowl LI in Houston, Ben Roethlisberger was on John Calipari’s weekly podcast Thursday reflecting on the AFC Championship Game that the Steelers lost to the Patriots.The Patriots have beaten the Steelers three times in AFC title games since 2001. The second of those wins came in 2004, Roethlisberger’s rookie year.“I’d say there is more respect than hatred,” Roethlisberger said of the Patriots via the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “Obviously, they’ve gotten the better of us in two championship games. They’ve kin…
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  • Antonio Brown expects to be a ‘Steeler for life’
    Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown has heard the rumors, but he has no interest in going anywhere else.Despite rumors of the franchise growing disillusioned with him, Brown told the Dan Patrick Show Thursday that his intention is to remain with the Steelers for his entire career. Brown has one year left on his contract, and character questions began to arise after his ill-fated Facebook Live locker room broadcast. It’s been reported that some in the organization are getting sick of his antics. That said, Pittsburgh won’t be finding anyone better on the field than Brown, and in all…
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  • Antonio Brown insists he doesn't want to 'embarrass my organization’
    Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown seemingly can’t move on from the Facebook Live video he posted after his team’s divisional playoff win over the Kansas City Chiefs last month.In Houston for Super Bowl LI, Brown appeared on FOX Sports’ "Undisputed" with Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe to discuss a wide range of issues. Of course, the video itself, which has acted as a lightning rod, came up. The backstory here is by now well known. Immediately after his Steelers took out the Kansas City Chiefs to punch a ticket to the AFC Championship Game, Brown posted a video to Facebook…
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  • Le'Veon Bell not expected to need groin surgery
    It appears Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell will avoid groin surgery. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Bell has not scheduled surgery yet, which would have happened by now if necessary.
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  • Pittsburgh Steelers want James Harrison back for 2017
    The Steelers and James Harrison are mutually interested in maintaining their current relationship. The ageless linebacker was one of the strengths of Pittsburgh's defense last season.
    - 5 days ago, 21 Feb 17, 11:33am -
  • Steelers GM: We want Antonio Brown to retire a Steeler
    Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert told reporters Thursday that the team has already started negotiations with star receiver Antonio Brown, saying they want Brown to "retire as a Steeler."
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  • Sammie Coates reportedly undergoes hernia surgery
    Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Sammie Coates revealed Tuesday he underwent surgery on his pelvis in a procedure that reportedly was for a sports hernia.
    - 12 days ago, 14 Feb 17, 10:09am -
  • Steelers release former first-rounder Justin Gilbert
    The Steelers acquired cornerback Justin Gilbert in a preseason trade with the Cleveland Browns, but it looks as if his time in Pittsburgh has run its course.
    - 20 days ago, 6 Feb 17, 1:17pm -
  • Le'Veon Bell wins Greatness on the Road award for Bills romp
    Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell missed out on his first Super Bowl appearance, but he didn't leave Houston empty-handed this weekend.
    - 20 days ago, 6 Feb 17, 9:34am -
  • NFL looking into Le'Veon Bell not on injury reports
    The NFL will look into whether or not the Steelers improperly withheld running back Le'Veon Bell's groin injury from injury reports, a league source told NFL.com on Friday.
    - 30 days ago, 27 Jan 17, 1:17pm -
  • Tomlin: Brown, Steelers need 'great clarity' on roles
    Pittsburgh came up short once again against a high-caliber opponent in the postseason, and will go into the offseason with questions regarding how the team operates and communicates.
    - 33 days ago, 24 Jan 17, 10:45am -
  • Ladarius Green plans to play for Steelers in 2017
    Ladarius Green missed the Steelers' season-ending loss with the latest in a string of concussions. Will he consider early retirement, or does he plan to play again in 2017?
    - 33 days ago, 24 Jan 17, 10:15am -
  • Ben Roethlisberger not committing to 2017 season
    Unlike Tom Brady, Drew Brees and other aging quarterbacks, Ben Roethlisberger isn't sure he wants his career to last much longer. The QB said Tuesday he's not ready to commit to the 2017 season yet.
    - 33 days ago, 24 Jan 17, 9:01am -