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Category Archive: Special Teams

Steelers cut ties with Special Teams Coach Al Everest; Assistant Amos Jones to take over

Al Everest, coach of the Steelers Special Teams had his contract terminated today per Jay Glazer via Twitter. Steelers.com also made a statement concerning the changes to their staff, and depending on how much you read into things, there could be more changes. Let’s not get ahead of ourselves though. “We are continually evaluating our …

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Steelers 2012 draft is like Christmas coming early

I have to admit that watching Stanford offensive lineman David DeCastro fall during the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft reminded me of my favorite Christmas movie, ‘A Christmas Story.’ Much like young Ralphie, I really never dreamed that what I actually wanted would truly come my way but as in the case of …

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Steelers 2012 compensatory draft picks: David Paulson, TE – Terrence Frederick, CB – Kelvin Beachum, Tackle

The Steelers had 3 compensatory picks in the 7th round. They took the following 3 players:  David Paulson, TE, Oregon; Terrence Frederick, CB, Texas A&M; and Kelvin Beachum, Tackle, SMU.  These players are normally long shots to the make the team but you can’t rule them out as being a future quality player, given time …

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From the nosebleed seats – Take on the game from a fan who was there

The following was submitted by one of SA’s members, Three Four, and his experience at the Steelers vs Broncos Wildcard Game. The Steelers put up a valiant performance despite injuries to key players. From the bleachers, we weren’t getting the injury reports. No Alex Flanagan. We didn’t realize how bad the situation was. It was …

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Steelers Offense, Defense, & Special Teams MVP’s 2011

In a year that failed to meet expectations, there were standouts on this Pittsburgh Steelers team that exceeded expectations. Guys who’s role week in and week out were key reasons why the Steelers finished 12-4 in the regular season. Offense: OT Max Starks. WR-KR Antonio Brown , despite only three starts, was the team MVP …

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