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Steelers defense has no answer for Peyton Manning in 2nd half; losing opener 31-19

If you talked to virtually anybody outside of Pittsburgh, and even many Steeler fans, this one was going to be an easy win for the Broncos. Peyton Manning was back, the Steelers would be without James Harrison and Ryan Clark, insert any other reason you wish. While the Steelers did manage to keep it close …

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Steelers Gameday: TV Schedule, Radio, Injury Report, Weather, and more

Steelers at Broncos Gameday Information

The regular season is finally here and our Pittsburgh Steelers are ready to start the year out on Sunday Night Football in Denver. This one could go down as the most watched Sunday Night NFL game in history, or at the very least in a long, long time. The subplots of this one are bountiful …

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Steelers Harrison a gametime decision, Redman looks ready to go

A few player updates that are coming down through the wire today for the Steelers season opener in Denver on Sunday night. According to multiple sources, James Harrison did not practice on Friday again, second straight day, and will be a game time decision. Normally when a player doesn’t practice on the Friday before a …

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Steelers’ Wallace and others at increased injury risk early in season

The best case scenario for any NFL team is to have all hands on deck and everyone healthy for the season opener. While that doesn’t happen as often as we’d like, the potential for injury early in the season is always a risk to be mindful of regardless.  Healthy players certainly are not immune to injuries …

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Amazing comebacks for Steelers’ Hampton, Starks, and Mendenhall

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How quickly things change for the Steelers. Less than 9 months ago, we were all wondering if Max Starks, Rashard Mendenhall, and Casey Hampton would be able to play in the 2012 regular season. For that matter, if they were able to play, it certainly wouldn’t be in the season opener right? It used to …

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Steelers defense faces tough challenge in Denver

The Pittsburgh Steelers need only look back to this past January as a reminder of what can happen when you don’t take care of business when you have the chance. Now it’s a new season, a new QB in Denver and a Steelers defense that has some new faces but the task remains the same, …

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Steelers Linebackers: Normally a strength but now a concern?

When you think of the Pittsburgh Steelers defense the first thing that always comes to mind is Linebackers. Heck, when you think of them period, Linebackers are at or near the top of your thoughts. The Steelers have been nothing short of legendary since the 70’s at this position. They always seem to find a …

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Steelers go with 4 Wide Receivers, 3 Quarterbacks in final roster cuts

Final cutdowns for all NFL teams were due by 9pm EST on Friday. The Steelers spent the day going over all the possibilities before announcing their cuts this afternoon. Among the interesting moves, they will go with 4 WR’s and 3 QB’s. There was wide speculation that they may go with 5 receivers but David …

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DeCastro, Spence Injuries Spur More Discussion About Pre-Season

No team in the National Football League is immune from injury. The Pittsburgh Steelers certainly are not as they have now seen two of their top four draft picks go down in less than a week with serious injuries. The fact is that under the current system of four pre-season games, guys are going to …

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Charlie Batch, Jonathan Dwyer shine early; Jerrod Johnson secures 17-16 over Panthers

Finally, the NFL preseason is over and we can get ready for the Denver Broncos. First things first though, the Carolina Panthers came into Heinz Field on Thursday night to finish things off for this part of the 2012 campaign. Ben Roethlisberger did not play at all, neither did Maurkice Pouncey, Ryan Clark, Troy Polamalu, …

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