A day after head coach Mike Tomlin downplayed the comments from former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher and receiver Hines Ward about the team being “soft” and finesse”, a current Steeler said he agreed with those words
It should come as no surprise but there is no love lost between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns.
The Pittsburgh Steelers head into their week five game in Jacksonville against the Jaguars with only cornerback Ike Taylor and linebacker Ryan Shazier out for the game.
In his weekly “VESLA 360 Injury Report” exclusively here on 937thefan.com, former Pittsburgh Pirates trainer Frank Vesla takes a look at the Steelers Week 4 Injury Report.
Steelers cornerback Cortez Allen joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Thursday to talk about the return of James Harrison.
The Steelers began their on-field preparations for Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and James Harrison took part after signing with the team on Tuesday. The 36 year old linebacker said it may take him three to four weeks to get into “game shape.”
With injuries to Jarvis Jones and Ryan Shazier, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach will give the start at right outside linebacker against Tampa Bay to Arthur Moats despite signing of James Harrison.
Roethlisberger said they took advantage of another opportunity to show the real Steelers team in front of a national audience.
A recent Instagram video offers a rare glimpse at the softer side of James Harrison, talking to his sons about football, of all subjects.
After 11 seasons in the NFL, James Harrison decided to retire on September 5th. After just 18-days, that retirement didn’t last long.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will be without three players for Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay, but a familiar face is back in the mix.
James Harrison is apparently coming back to the Steelers.
James Harrison’s retirement is over.
93-7 The Fan Steelers insider and Post-Gazette reporter Ed Bouchette joined “The Fan Morning Show” Monday to discuss the possibility of James Harrison returning to the team.
Former Steelers linebacker James Harrison joined Bob Pompeani Saturday to talk about his recent retirement and look back on his career.