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Category Archive: 2012 Offseason

SteelDad’s Rants and Slants Version 2

Kicking Off Earlier this week, Chad Johnson as he is once again going to be called rather than ‘Ochocinco,’ announced he wants to play until he is 40. Let me translate this and tell you exactly what he really means. “In order to stay even somewhat relevant in the media, I’m going to attempt to …

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The oldest living Steelers player and coach – Steelers Encyclopedia

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Our next featured article leading up to the release of the “Steelers Encyclopedia” by Chuck Finder, is a bit of history and nostalgia to keep filed away the next time you’re at a tailgate, favorite watering hole, or just looking for a sports trivia that most Steeler fans probably wouldn’t know. The oldest living player …

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Not all football writers created equal

Apparently it is already that time of year when writers who calls themselves experts with the mind-blowing powers of a Jedi-Knight on the National Football League comes out with their prediction of each team. It is with this in mind that I give you my take on the write up by SI.com’s Chris Burke. You …

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There are ALWAYS questions entering a new Steelers’ season.

Fans of every sport go through it. It’s that period of time just before your favorite teams’ season is about to begin. There’s the feeling of potential success. Is this my team’s year? Will we finally be able to stay healthy? Can our superstars produce in the clutch? These are few of the dozens of …

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Steelers, AFC North salary cap – continued evidence of how good front offices get it done

Something interesting, at least I think so, when it comes to the NFL salary cap status of all NFL teams as they head into training camp in a few weeks now; how close just is everyone to the cap? When you look at the Steelers, Bengals, Browns, and Ravens it’s easy to tell just why …

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Steelers fan view: Has the growing emphasis on player safety tainted or enriched professional sports?

One of the members here on SteelerAddicts, also on staff, recently wrote a paper for her college professor on a subject close to heart and to the hearts of not only Pittsburgh Steelers fans, but NFL fans across the country. Eve Kronzek graciously gave us permission to use her paper as an article for blog; …

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On the Steelers; A preview of the defensive position breakdowns

Yesterday I brought you a preview of the offensive position battles we at SA expect to see as training camp unfolds in less than a month. Today, I’m shifting to the defense where key battles at corner, nose tackle and inside linebacker are sure to be among the most hostile. Nose Tackle Often the red-headed …

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On the Steelers; A preview of the offensive position breakdowns

With training camp for the Pittsburgh Steelers now less than a month away, many sites similar to this one are breaking down some of the key position battles heading into the 2012 season. At SA, we’ll give you a brief preview first of both sides of the ball and then in July we’ll start breaking …

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Steelers Nation in Mexico City

I just got back Sunday night from a whirlwind trip with some fellow com padres. I had spent the last month honing my Spanish speaking skills while watching “Dora the Explorer” on the Sprout Network with my two and three year-olds, Hannah and Esther, in preparation for a trip south of the border. Accompanied by …

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Brad v. Ben; A look at their first eight years, Part Two

This is Part Two in my comparison of Pittsburgh Steelers’ Quarterbacks Terry Bradshaw and Ben Roethlisberger through the first eight seasons of their respective careers. Be sure to check out Part One which covered their playoff and Super Bowl numbers. In Part Two, I’m looking at not just the the regular season numbers for the …

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