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.
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.
Ed Bouchette joins The Fan Morning Show after the Steelers’ loss to the Ravens
The Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0) entered M&T Bank Stadium Thursday night to take on the Baltimore Ravens (0-1) in what turned out to look nothing like their previous rivalry games in the AFC North. Baltimore handed Pittsburgh a 26-6 loss.
Despite several players being placed on the injury report, the overall outlook for the Pittsburgh Steelers as they head into Thursday’s meeting with the Baltimore Ravens is healthy. That should equate to the continuation of a healthy AFC North rivalry.
After a stunning first half scorching of the Cleveland Browns, the Pittsburgh Steelers came out after halftime and had to play tough, fundamental football in order to set up a game-winning field goal for Shaun Suisham. Overall, the Steelers open the 2014 NFL regular season with a favorable game grade in week one.
Current players remember James Harrison who retired today as a Steeler.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will host a Cleveland Browns team Sunday at Heinz Field that struggled for consistency in the preseason as much as they did.
The Pittsburgh Steelers announced its four captains for the upcoming season on Monday.
It is one of the most anticipated events of Steelers Training Camp.
Bob Pompeani talked about the Steelers offseason moves with Mark Kaboly of the Tribune-Review.
The Steelers made news this week as they began to work their way around the salary cap by extending the contracts of Safety Troy Polamalu and Tight End Heath Miller, coming to a new agreement with Safety Will Allen and cutting Linebacker Larry Foote, Tackle Levi Brown and Cornerback Curtis Brown.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have locked up two fan favorites for the next three years.
There’s no debating the importance of this offseason for the Steelers as they’re coming off back-to-back 8-8 seasons and have holes all over their roster that need filled. Knowing that, NFL.com took a look at the Steelers offseason forecast, what they need to do to improve and even offered up a prediction as to who stays and who goes.
Steelers LB Larry Foote joined The Fan Morning Show on Tuesday and the guys got his thoughts on his impending free agency and on the future of a number of his teammates.