Heading into the 2014 NFL Draft, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger let it be known that he wanted the team to draft a tall wide receiver that he could utilize in the red zone.
They’re battling in courtrooms, and could one day meet over a bargaining table. About the only things the two sides in the debate over big-time college athletics agree on is that things are changing.
Leading up to the NFL Combine, there has been much speculation about how Pitt Star and reigning Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald will measure out.
It has been noted time and time again around here that the Pirates haven’t been very active on the free agent market while also losing key players from their playoff run last year. Now Sports Illustrated is weighing in with a not-so-favorable opinion saying that the Pirates have failed to hold up their end of the bargain.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — While head coach Dan Bylsma evaluates his Penguins in the infancy of 2013-14 training camp, general manager Ray Shero must make his own tough decisions with the team on track to exceed the new NHL salary cap.
Curse or no curse, the Pittsburgh Pirates are going to be on the national cover of Sports Illustrated.
LATROBE, Pa. (93-7 THE FAN) — A defense that topped the league statistically even in a non-playoff year probably doesn’t have many weaknesses, but the Steelers believe 2013 first-round draftee Jarvis Jones can fix one of their bigger ones.
Pirates’ fans who brought brooms to the last game of the series with Cardinals might not have gotten their five-game sweep, but they’re still thrilled with how the team is doing.
A Pittsburgh Pirate is being featured on one of two Sports Illustrated covers for their MLB second half preview edition.
With Steven Adams declaring for the NBA Draft after only one season at Pitt, there was much speculation about whether or not he was making a mistake and leaving too soon. Sports Illustrated’s NBA Draft Expert Chris Mannix though saw a side of Adams at the NBA Draft Combine that suggests has stock has really risen.
Lots of issues going on at State College surrounding the Penn State football program.
When millions across America pick up their copy of Sports Illustrated this week, the first thing they’ll see is Sidney Crosby’s grimacing face on the cover.
Sports Illustrated Legal Analyst Michael McCann joined Starkey, Miller and Mueller to discuss the Paterno Report, and what Sue Paterno had to say about defending her late husband.
Kate Upton is back on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover for the second straight year.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has been linked to a banned substance, and a Sports Illustrated article claims he’s used it since October to recover from a triceps injury.