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Steelers Lounge Podcast #46: Reggie Harrison

Hey, hey, hey … we’re back. Yes, the podcast was on a three-month hiatus, but, hey, what were we going to talk about? Ben’s wedding? Deebo calling Goodell the devil? Not to worry: we cover that and much, much, much … Continue reading

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Wait, What? Dulac Says Colon Could Move to Guard?

I don’t want to be that guy but … well, I’m gonna be that guy. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette‘s Gerry Dulac has been quite clear in recent months that Willie Colon IS NOT MOVING TO GUARD. First, some background. Here’s what … Continue reading

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More Willie Colon, Flozell Adams and Right Tackle News

The NFL and the Players Association are still fighting over which side gets the largest chunk of a pie filled with billions of dollars, and it’s just about ready to bring the NFL offseason to a complete stop. That said, … Continue reading

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Here’s an Idea: Let’s Move Willie Colon to Guard!

Well, well, well. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review‘s Scott Brown writes what a lot of us have been thinking since the Steelers drafted Willie Colon in 2006. In a piece looking at the organization’s draft needs, Brown notes:

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Craig Wolfley Is a Big Sean Kugler Fan

Craig Wolfley is one of the most visible Steelers’ experts out there. With his blog posts and podcasts at craigwolfley.com, his work with cohort Tunch Ilkin at ESPN 970, his writings at Steel City Insider and his duties as the … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Steelers O-Line: Ravens, Week 13

Winning makes everything better. Which is good, because if the Steelers had lost Sunday’s game against the Ravens, there would be a lot of talk about the failings of the offensive line. At this point, the Steelers’ offensive line is … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Jonathan Scott Era

Max Starks’ season is done. Jonathan Scott is now a starting left tackle in the NFL. If I had written that sentence during the preseason, I would have banged my head into a wall repeatedly. Now, I can at least … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Steelers O-Line: Buccaneers, Week 3

Three weeks into the season, there is not much to complain about with the Steelers’ offensive line. They have survived injuries at left tackle and right guard. They’ve endured a pair of games in brutal heat where they have subbed … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Steelers O-Line: Titans, Week 2

It may not have been their best performance, but the Steelers offensive line deserves some credit for surviving Sunday’s Titans’ game. Pittsburgh began the game without left tackle Max Starks. Then Flozell Adams started melting in the heat, forcing Tony … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Steelers O-Line: Panthers, Preseason Week 4

Week 4 of the preseason is usually boring in the best of situations. When Byron Leftwich left Thursday’s game with a knee injury, it became the equivalent of re-ordering your sock drawer. Charlie Batch came in and handed off — … Continue reading

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