While the Steelers offense finished the season on a strong note this past year, there will be some pieces that need to be replaced as free agency has struck that side of the ball for them as well.
A year after matching the Patriots one-year offer to then restricted free agent Emmanuel Sanders, the Steelers are losing their 4-year wide receiver.
There’s no debating the importance of this offseason for the Steelers as they’re coming off back-to-back 8-8 seasons and have holes all over their roster that need filled. Knowing that, NFL.com took a look at the Steelers offseason forecast, what they need to do to improve and even offered up a prediction as to who stays and who goes.
Steelers Insider Ed Bouchette joined Starkey, Miller and Mueller with Andrew Fillipponi filling in to take a look at some of the moves the Steelers might be forced to make during the offseason in order to keep some of their more productive players.
Ed Bouchette joined The Fan Morning Show on Monday to look back at the crazy ending to the NFL season, and to look ahead to the upcoming offseason.
With a shot at the playoffs still in the realm of possibilities, the Pittsburgh Steelers have simply got to win in the regular season finale and then hope for a little bit of help. Luckily, they’ll be rather healthy when facing off with the Cleveland Browns.
The Steelers’ final regular season game is this Sunday at Heinz Field against the Browns, and a lot is riding on the game.
Coming off of a 30-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, the Pittsburgh Steelers look forward to their meeting with the Green Bay Packers on Lambeau Field this weekend.
While Mel Blount and Franco Harris visit Heinz Field as NFL Legends, the Pittsburgh Steelers will rely on improved play and tenacity to hand the Cincinnati Bengals a loss in the AFC North.
With the Steelers almost mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, questions are arising as to whether or not the Steelers will begin to play some of their younger more inexperienced players, but Steelers Insider and Post-Gazette Beat Writer Ed Bouchette says he doesn’t see Head Coach Mike Tomlin taking that approach.
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin and players agree that the AFC North meeting with the Cincinnati Bengals will be business as usual, not an exhibition or evaluation game.
The Pittsburgh Steelers head to Cleveland to face the Browns in an AFC North rivalry with both teams searching for their fifth win of the season and a higher rank in the division.
Coming off of a 37-27, static-charged win over the Detroit Lions, the Pittsburgh Steelers look to break a three-way tie for second in the AFC North with a win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers (2-5) will enter Foxborough to face the New England Patriots (6-2) without David DeCastro, Markus Wheaton and Curtis Brown. List of probables long, but all are expected to be ready to go on Sunday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers head to Oakland to take on the Raiders in Week 8 of the 2013 NFL Season. With both teams at 2-4 on the season, a rivalry that has been intense since the 1970s could ignite a few fireworks.