Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch and nose tackle Chris Hoke will be joining KDKA-TV for 2015 Steelers pre-season games.
The University of Pittsburgh has announced a new partnership with former Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Charlie Batch, along with several partners, to launch a wellness, fitness, human-performance and rehabilitation-focused company.
Former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch traded his helmet for a red and green “holiday hat,” as volunteers turned out for his annual “Batch of Toys” campaign.
A former Pittsburgh Steeler and his wife continue to give back to the community. For the holidays, they’re kicking their efforts into high gear and there’s an easy way you can help out too.
The Steelers report to training camp at Saint Vincent College a week from Friday. But team members, past and present, took time out today to teach a youth camp at West Allegheny High School.
Nearly 400 students packed the auditorium at South Side High School in Hookstown, Beaver County.
Clint Hurdle was still talking baseball today with hundreds of high school athletes who were hand-picked to attend a WPIAL event at the Heinz History Center.
Respect and dignity are two words the fifth graders in the Steel Valley School District know well.
Former Pittsburgh Steeler L.C. Greenwood has died.
Last season, Charlie Batch led the Steelers for a memorable win over the Baltimore Ravens.
The Pittsburgh Steelers draft Oklahoma QB Landry Jones with a fourth-round pick. What is the long-term future of the Steelers’ QB position? Charlie Batch has thoughts, and he shares them on an in-studio visit with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan.
The case of a local college student who was murdered last fall remains unsolved. But, the Steelers joined with students and the staff of Washington & Jefferson College on Wednesday evening to create a lasting tribute to 21-year-old Tim McNerney of Butler.
Pittsburgh Steelers QB Charlie Batch visits Ron Cook live on Super Bowl XLVII’s Radio Row. Charlie would love to be back on the field with the Steelers in 2013, though he realizes there may be plenty of changes before the season begins.
With no increase expected in the 2013 NFL salary cap, the Pittsburgh Steelers will likely see many of their most recognized and fan favored players on different teams or retired following the final regular season game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, December 30. Fans who are already depressed about the loss to the Cincinnati Bengals may be looking at even more tough times ahead.