Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
Former Steelers and Bills general manager and current senior advisor to the Philadelphia Eagles Tom Donahoe joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to offer his thoughts on the Steelers, the NFL playoffs, and various other football topics.
One Pittsburgh Steelers fan is apparently so upset that the team didn’t make the playoffs, he’s suing the NFL.
Colts OL and Pitt football alumnus Mike McGlynn joined The Fan Morning Show for an interview aired on Wednesday to talk about the Colts’ playoff run and to offer his thoughts on the state of Pitt football.
National insider for NFL Network and NFL.com Ian Rapoport joined The Fan Morning Show on Monday to break down the Steelers’ decision to bring back Todd Haley.
Todd Haley will return as the Steelers Offensive Coordinator, according to a report from the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have fired offensive line coach Jack Bicknell, Jr., the team announced Friday.
Philadelphia may be the largest city in Pennsylvania, but a new poll shows the Pittsburgh Steelers are the state’s favorite NFL team.
Steelers guard David DeCastro joined The Fan Morning Show in his regular weekly Tuesday spot for the final time this season to reflect on the year that he has had and to look towards the future.
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.
Pittsburgh played like it didn’t want its season to end. Cleveland looked like it couldn’t wait to pack things up and go home.
The Pittsburgh Steelers may find out before they exit the field Sunday that they’re no longer in playoff contention, but it’s somewhat remarkable that they even head into Week 17 with a chance.
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.
Antonio Brown was named the Steelers’ Most Valuable Player of 2013.
Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive End Brett Keisel recently helped collect donations for the Salvation Army in downtown Pittsburgh.