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Football Is Coming! Maybe!

And not a moment too soon. According to Jay Glazer, Albert Breer, the Associated Press and a number of others, the NFL and the players have apparently reached an agreement that will end the lockout. That means we should have … Continue reading

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2011 Steelers Draft Class: By the Numbers

We don’t yet have football but when we do, the seven newest members of the Steelers will already have their numbers. Wex tweeted the word out earlier this week, and because I have nothing better to do, I took a … Continue reading

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Steelers Release 2011 Schedule, Season Opens at Baltimore

Even though the NFL and its players are still fighting over billions of dollars and are currently in the middle of an increasingly annoying lockout, the 2011 schedule was released on Tuesday evening. The Steelers will open the season on … Continue reading

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Do You Favor An 18-Game Schedule?; Tim Benz Zings Roger Goodell

Roger Goodell spoke to the media on Friday and gave what was essentially a state of the NFL address. As part of it, he continued to discuss the desire of the NFL to go with an 18-game schedule, and claimed … Continue reading

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Morning Links (and Daily Thread)

A quick daily look at what’s happening around Steelers Nation. And consider this your open thread for discussing the days events and, well, anything else that comes to mind about the Black and Gold.

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Morning Links (and Daily Thread)…

A quick daily look at what’s happening around Steelers Nation. And consider this your open thread for discussing the days events and, well, anything else that comes to mind about the Black and Gold.

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Steelers Lounge Podcast #18: Raiders-Steelers Preview — Cliff Stoudt

That’s right, folks, it’s the dawn of a new day and all that other new-agey stuff to make us feel better about the Steelers. The Raiders are coming to Pittsburgh Sunday and we talk about that, Skippy Reed’s legacy, just … Continue reading

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Steelers Add Al Woods to Practice Squad, Drop Doug Worthington

The Steelers made a surprise move today, signing New Orleans rookie bust Al Woods to the practice squad and dropping Doug Worthington, a seventh-round pick from Ohio State who showed great promise for Pittsburgh in the preseason. The recently released … Continue reading

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Offseason Maneuvers Part 1: Free Agency

Overall Grade for Steelers in Free Agency: A Since the advent of modern-era free agency in the mid 1990s, Steeler fans usually dread this period of veteran players occasionally swapping teams, because Pittsburgh almost always ends up losing better players … Continue reading

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Best-, Worst- and Realistic-Case Scenarios for Ben…

In commenting and agreeing upon one of my earlier posts on the injustice of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suspending Ben Roethlisberger despite the Steeler quarterback never being arrested, SteelerBill echoed a common sentiment among Black and Gold fans that this … Continue reading

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