KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Steeler great Edmund Nelson about the 2011 Steelers season.
The devil is still in the details when it comes to guaranteeing a full Pittsburgh Steelers pre-season, except for the Hall of Fame Game which has already fallen victim to the nearly five-month lockout.
Local sports agent and attorney Ralph Cindrich joined KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek on Q&A Tuesday to discuss the NFL lockout.
Though Steelers training camp is scheduled to open in just a few weeks, the continuation of the NFL’s labor dispute is raising some concerns in part of Westmoreland County.
The Carnegie-based NFL player agent recently joined “The Post-Gazette Roundtable” with Jerry Micco to discuss multiple issues he believes are at the root of the league’s labor and public relations problems.
Former Woodland Hills great and current Steelers defensive back Ryan Mundy joined 93-7 The Fan weekend host John Phillips to discuss NFL labor strife and his days in the uniform of the Wolverines.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Steelers beat writer Ed Bouchette joined Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Vinnie & Cook to tell us what he makes of Monday’s NFL labor news.
On Thursday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will hold a conference call with Pittsburgh Steelers season ticket holders.
James Farrior knows he doesn’t have too many more seasons to play in the NFL.
On a 95 degree spring day in central Florida, less than half a mile from the gate to Disney World, KDKA-TV’s Jory Rand found a group of NFL players hard at work.
Face it, NFL Owners: you lost. A federal judge has ruled that the lockout should be lifted, and that it needs to be business as usual in the world of pro football.
The NFL lockout is over, for now. On Monday, U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson in Minnesota granted a preliminary injunction which lifted the seven-week lockout.
MarketWatch columnist Chuck Jaffe joined KDKA’s Paul and Rose this afternoon on the KDKA Radio afternoon news to discuss financial tips that the NFL Players Association recently sent to its players.
A handful of supporters showed up at Heinz Field to take part in the “NFL Fans National Day of Protest,” Sunday afternoon.
On Tuesday, the NFL owners voted on the proposals from the leagues’ competition committee to change the kickoff and increase the use of the instant replay.