Steelers cornerback Joe Haden says he is happy to be in Pittsburgh and out of Cleveland.
It’s not just on the field where the Steelers are currently out of sync, it appears as though there’s a rift in the in the locker room as well.
Hines Ward has never been one to mince words when talking about Ben Roethlisberger, and when he joined The Starkey and Mueller Show, he delivered once again.
Steelers linebacker Bud Dupree joined us for The Bud Dupree Show and opened things up talking about the topic everyone is discussing this week, the action the team took during the National Anthem prior to the start of Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears.
Pittsburgh Steelers LB Bud Dupree joined 93.7 The Fans Starkey & Mueller for the first edition of The Bud Dupree Show.
With UFC Pittsburgh coming up on Sept. 16, The FAN’s Chris Mueller caught up with David Branch and Gregor Gillespie, two fighters appearing on the card at PPG Paints Arena.
The Steelers first round draft pick was certainly turning heads in his first preseason game and apparently his play caught the attention of his coaches as well.
The guys went in-depth with Butler about a topic that has plagued this team for years, how to beat the Patriots and what they’re doing about it, including a focus on man coverage.
Pitt Athletic Director Heather Lyke has hit the ground running since taking over the Panthers’ athletic department and joined The Starkey and Mueller Show to discuss some of her initiatives.
There has been much debate about the Penguins trade for forward Ryan Reaves, but former Penguin Tyler Kennedy says there will be no such debate among Revaes new teammates.
Steve Blass talks about Roberto Clemente’s number 21 and if he believes it should be retired across the league.
The Pirates are starting to play better and the hot bats of Andrew McCutchen and Jordy Mercer are a big reason behind it. Mercer joined The Starkey and Mueller Show and talked about the team and, in particular, McCutchen’s hot streak.
All-Time NHL great Scotty Bowman knows a thing or two about the NHL, and when he says a player should be in the conversation among the all-time greats, you listen.
Sidney Crosby is now a three-time Stanley Cup champion and at least one of his teammates thinks he has placed himself at the top of the mountain when it comes to the NHL’s all-time greats.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Steelers’ beat writer Ed Bouchette is not expecting a long-term deal for running back Le’Veon Bell.