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Joseph Bruno

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Name: Joseph Bruno
Date registered: November 29, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Kickoff Returns Need Major Improvement For Steelers — January 28, 2014
  2. The Steelers Have Decisions To Make On The Defensive Line — January 10, 2014
  3. What Is The Future Of The Cornerback Position? — January 5, 2014
  4. Steelers’ Fans Need To Be Patient With Jarvis Jones — December 13, 2013
  5. Injured Linebacker Larry Foote A Little Peeved At Steelers’ Fans — November 23, 2013

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Todd Haley Needs To Do His Job Against The Cincinnati Bengals

The Tennessee Titans may not be the worst defensive team in the NFL yet against the Steelers in week one, they were made to look like the best. After losing Maurkice Pouncey, the Steelers offense went completely stagnant. Losing an all-pro center should hurt an offense but there is no reason why the team couldn’t …

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Jonathan Dwyer Most Disappointing Of Final Cuts By The Steelers

When the Pittsburgh Steelers selected Jonathan Dwyer in the sixth round of the 2010 draft, I thought he would end up being a steal. Through his first two seasons with the team however, Dwyer hadn’t shown much other than short flashes while running for 151 total yards. That, coupled with constant reports of Dwyer showing …

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Offensive Line Depth A Huge Question Mark Going Into Second Preseason Game

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ starting offensive line looked really good versus the New York Giants in their first Preseason game minus one play. The sack given up by Ramon Foster was the only really negative play I saw from the line with Ben Roethlisberger in the game. The most impressive thing to watch with the starters …

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Early Camp Injuries Giving Huge Opportunities To Young Players

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ training camp is in full swing and thankfully the team has not had to deal with any major injuries to this point. As we all collectively keep our fingers crossed after uttering that statement, I have not forgotten about the loss of Nik Embernate for the season. Losing undrafted rookie Nik Embernate …

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The Pittsburgh Steelers Need Jerricho Cotchery To Show Up In 2013

The Pittsburgh Steelers signed Jerricho Cotchery before the 2011 season to add another veteran presence to the receiving core. I thought the Steelers made a good decision to sign Cotchery and thought that he would end up helping the team at some point. Cotchery then missed some time during the season due to injury and …

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Tight End David Johnson Has One More Shot To Continue His Career With The Steelers

Going into the Pittsburgh Steelers 2012 Training Camp, one of the more anticipated position battles was between David and Will Johnson at fullback. Going into camp I gave David the edge because of his blocking ability and his experience on the team though I would not have been shocked to see Will win the job. …

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This Could Be A Make Or Break Training Camp For Curtis Brown

The Pittsburgh Steelers drafted cornerback Curtis Brown in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft and then took Cortez Allen in the fourth round. Normally, the Steelers take their time developing their corners and they don’t see much playing time in their first couple seasons. The most recent corners to pan out were Ike …

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Nick Williams Looks To Become The Next Brett Keisel For The Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers love to take defensive ends later in the draft and develop them into starters in their 3-4 defense. The team drafted Aaron Smith in the fourth round of the 1999 draft and then Brett Keisel in the seventh round of the 2002 draft. Both turned into two of the better 3-4 defensive …

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Will Jarvis Jones’ Rookie Season Resemble Lawrence Timmons’ or LaMarr Woodley’s’?

The Pittsburgh Steelers selected a linebacker, Jarvis Jones, in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft for the first time in six years. In the 2007 draft, the Steelers took Lawrence Timmons in the first round and LaMarr Woodley in the second round. Currently, both Woodley and Timmons are entrenched as starters for the …

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Kelvin Beachum’s Rise Further Proves You Must Have Faith In Steelers’ Scouting Department

Kelvin Beachum was the Pittsburgh Steelers’ final selection of the 2012 NFL Draft with the 248th overall pick. Beachum was the last of four players the team took in the seventh round with CB Terrence Frederick, WR Toney Clemons and TE David Paulson being the other three. After the draft concluded, I gave the Steelers …

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