Put my excitement meter at about six on a 1-10 scale.
No ceremony. No press conference. No member of the Rooney family standing in front of television cameras thanking Dick LeBeau — one of the greatest defensive coordinators of all-time — for his dedication and commitment to one of the proudest organizations in the National Football League. Nope.
Perhaps you have gone into this New Year (as an aside, can you believe it is 2015?) with a checklist; a to-do list you’d like to get accomplished before the calendar spins again.
Stung you right to the bone in disbelief probably — left you shaking your head so hard that your Steelers tassel hat might have fallen off.
There’s absolutely, positively zero worry from this vantage that Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell has been ruled out for Saturday night’s playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens.
It happened at 10:34 p.m. on Sunday night. A stadium fell silent. A fan base held their collective breath. Steeler Nation starting saying novenas.
Early Sunday morning, 93.7 The Fan learned new Pitt football head coach Pat Narduzzi plans to heavily consider current Syracuse assistant head coach and defensive line coach Tim Daoust as Pitt’s new defensive coordinator.
It appears Pat Narduzzi is about to become the next head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh.
This needed to be done. The Pirates had to go out and sign Francisco Liriano.
Sure there’s Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown and Ben Roethlisberger. There’s even Martavis Bryant and Markus Wheaton. But don’t forget Heath Miller.
CBS RADIO’s KDKA-FM Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s evening host Colin Dunlap has been elevated to The Fan’s Morning Show beginning on Friday, January 2, 2015.
There would seem to be a slender line between use and overuse when it comes to a running back.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees had time to throw on Sunday.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch picked up a new fan this past weekend — me.