Week 3’s Thursday night matchup features two NFC South teams that made headlines for all the wrong reasons last season.
Following preseason losses and a crushing blow by the Baltimore Ravens, veterans on the Pittsburgh Steelers defense are calling for their young teammates to make improvements and transition to NFL-tempo play immediately.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger told Cook & Poni on 93.7 the Fan Tuesday that he’s still very sore from a hit he received in the loss to the Ravens. Roethlisberger said the hit caused a whip-lash type effect and he has sore ribs.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will go on the road to take on the Carolina Panthers Sunday night.
Last week for the first time, rookie receiver Martavis Bryant was healthy enough to play, but was scratched. This week, the Steelers could have their biggest catch in free agency, 9-year veteran Lance Moore back from a groin injury.
Steelers guard Ramon Foster joins The Fan Morning Show in his regular weekly spot
Everyone might not agree with me, but I don’t care one bit, so here it is: I resolutely believe Adrian Peterson is a terrible person; just a rotten human being.
The Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) will travel to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte on Sunday to face a Carolina Panthers team that has proven to be resilient and challenging to beat, standing at the top of the NFC South.
Let’s break down the New York Jets horror story from Sunday in Green Bay.
The Steelers dealt with news of Ray Rice head-on, having to play in Baltimore last Thursday night. Since that time, Minnesota benched star running back Adrian Peterson for an indictment for “reckless or negligent injury to a child”-his 4-year-old son who he hit with a switch. Carolina’s Greg Hardy was also benched for domestic abuse charges.
While Troy Polamalu was wowing NFL evaluators at his legendary USC pro day workout back in the spring of 2003, Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert and coach Bill Cowher were a thousand or so miles away, with their eyes focused on Colorado running back Chris Brown.
The NFL estimates that nearly three in 10 former players will develop debilitating brain conditions, and that they will be stricken earlier and at least twice as often as the general population.
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Football is back and we couldn’t be happier!
Week 1 was rough, but it’s time to right the ship in Week 2 in the NFL with my locks against the spread.