With the 30th overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Steelers did what many expected and spent their choice on an edge rusher, Wisconsin OLB T.J. Watt. As it turns out, the Steelers have had their eye on Watt since last fall, when they first saw the potential in the converted tight end. In… Read More Pittsburgh Steelers 2017 Draft: Watt It Is
As each NFL draft approaches, the Steelers fan’s focus on the previous season shifts to those rookies with the potential to help the Steelers get their seventh championship. Through countless mock drafts and media reports, “team needs and priorities” are “established”, leading to expectations of what position the Steelers should spend their first round pick… Read More Steelers Won’t Let Unpredictability Change How They Work The NFL Draft
It’s no accident that Antonio Brown has gone from a 6th round draft pick to being the best wide receiver in the NFL. It’s also no accident that Brown celebrated his brand new contract by hitting the gym, because that is what he is all about, putting in the work necessary to be the very… Read More Antonio Brown Won’t Be Outworked
“Dan was an owner who was active in league affairs. He was a man of integrity and dignity who was always willing to be involved and helpful. He was deeply immersed in the NFL’s labor negotiations, playing a key role for decades. He was seen as a voice of reason during many difficult discussions because… Read More R.I.P. Dan Rooney : The End Of An Era
It was a draft that lined up perfectly with the needs of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who ultimately came away with three starters, CB Artie Burns, Safety Sean Davis, and DT Javon Hargrave. In less than three weeks, there is a very good chance that lightning could strike twice for the Steelers once again, because for… Read More 2017 NFL Draft: Steelers And Glen Antoine Are A Good Fit
With a quick and sudden flick of the wrist, the ball was gone. Running to his left in search of his tight end along the sideline, Zack Livovich caught a glimpse his favorite target breaking open deep down the right side of the field. With time ticking away, and a 61-14 thrashing at the hands… Read More Have The Steelers Uncovered Their QB Of The Future?
The last year for Martavis Bryant has been all about getting himself right, by focusing on himself and his new family. Along the way, he gained some much needed perspective by coaching receivers at Green Valley High School in Henderson, Nevada. After some prodding by his agent, Bryant sold his house in Los Angelas to… Read More Martavis Bryant Still Waiting On A Decision From Goodell…2 Days After Deadline
From the time I first became aware of what football was, it has been my favorite sport, and from the first game I ever watched, my passionate loyalty has always been with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Growing up in Johnstown, Pa, we felt like the Steelers represented our city, as well as Pittsburgh, because of it… Read More Remember When Greatness In The NFL Was Earned, Not Manufactured?
Within a week of their AFC Championship game loss to the Patriots, the overwhelming consensus was that the Steelers must focus their efforts on building a roster that can carry them past the Patriots. The complaints were that the Steelers played too much zone and not enough press man coverage, and that they didn’t blitz… Read More Steelers Offseason: Free Agency And The Draft
After spending the first couple of weeks of free agency taking care of their own guys first, the Steelers have signed three players, over the last two days, from outside the organization. The first to sign yesterday was former Kansas City Chiefs RB/KR Knile Davis, whose one year deal could signal the end of Fitgerald… Read More Steelers Add Versatility And Depth With Alualu, Davis, And Sensabaugh