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Steelers open up at 12/1 odds for Super Bowl XLVII

Ah yes, the NFL offseason is officially underway, all the games are finished and it’s time to get down to business. First order, figure out who’s going to win the Lombardi next year? Somewhat interesting that the Steelers sit at 12/1 while the Ravens who advanced to the AFC Championship game this year sit at …

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Sources say Caldwell met with Tomlin; Arians on his way to the Colts

It’s being reported this afternoon by the Pittsburgh Trib’s Mark Kaboly that  former Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Jim Caldwell met with Mike Tomlin this morning for an interview over breakfast. Just got tip that Tomlin had breakfast at Omni William Penn this morning with Jim Caldwell. Source told me “95 percent sure” it …

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Steelers Chris Hoke officially announces retirement


Hoke sustained his eventual season ending neck injury against Jacksonville in week 6. He is best friends with fellow NT Casey Hampton and was a mentor for Steve McLendon, also playing the same position.  Near the end of the season it was assumed that he would more than likely retire after having the surgery and …

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Roethlisberger settles Lake Tahoe lawsuit

RENO, Nev. — Lawyers for Ben Roethlisberger and a woman who accused him of raping her at a Lake Tahoe hotel-casino in 2008 have reached a settlement that ends her civil lawsuit against the Steelers quarterback. Cal Dunlap, the Reno lawyer representing the woman, told The Associated Press on Friday “the matter has been resolved.” …

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10 players added to roster with reserve/futures contracts

The Steelers officially have 10 players added to their offseason roster today according to the team.  These players will help fill out the roster that the Steelers bring with them to OTA’s, mini camps, and eventually training camp. All NFL teams  sign these types of free agent players during the offseason, normally the Steelers look …

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Day after thoughts: Art Rooney’s interview on the Steelers


Steelers President, Art Rooney II held a very informative 30 minute interview session on Tuesday. He covered a variety of topics pertaining to the Steelers and the direction they’ll be headed in for offseason at hand and the 2012 season ahead. I’ve put together some thoughts on the key points Mr. Rooney spoke of. “It’s …

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Steelers will celebrate 80th season with new throwback uniforms for 2012

Steelers President Art Rooney II mentioned that as part of the Steelers celebration of their 80th season, they will wear new throwback uniforms for 2 games in 2012.  There’s no official word on what they will look like as of now but you can bet they’ll be vintage Steelers. In keeping with the history and …

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2 Steelers named to Pro Football Weekly-Pro Football Writers Association All-NFL team

According to, both Maurkice Pouncey and Troy Polamalu were named to their Pro Football Writers Association All-NFL team for 2011. Maurkice Pouncey, Steelers center: Injuries impacted nearly every important Steeler in 2011, and Pouncey was no exception, as he missed two late-season games along with the team’s only postseason contest. When he was playing, …

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Up next for surgery, Max Starks

Per his twitter account on Saturday, Steelers OT Max Starks is heading in for surgery next week. maxstarks78Max Starks IV Hey tweeps, thanks for the well wishes. I go in for surgery next week, but I’m thankful for your prayers and support! According to Mike Tomlin at his season ending press conference, Starks sustained an …

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Pouncey’s surgery successful, in a cast now.

According to a retweet from our friend Scott Brown at the Pittsburgh Trib: RT @kkazienko: Steelers update for my three followers. On a plane with @MaurkicePouncey. Had surgery, in a cast, but will be ready for Latrobe. Nice guy! If indeed he is ready for training camp this will be a good sign that hopefully …

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