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Pittsburgh Steelers Awards for the First Three Quarters of the 2012 Season

Everyone in Steeler Nation hold up four fingers, because it’s the fourth quarter. The fourth quarter of the 2012 NFL season, that is. There are 12 games down, four to go. The Pittsburgh Steelers are 7-5 and have the inside track on an AFC wild-card berth. Let’s recognize those who have helped the Steelers get …

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Hines Ward honored in PA state capitol

According to an article in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, by Harrisburg Bureau Chief Laura Olson, the former Steelers receiver was in Harrisburg, PA today to be honored by Govenor Tom Corbett. Below are a few excerpts from Wards’ day in Harrisburg: Mr. Ward received a proclamation from the governor, and both chambers of the General …

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Steelers Hines Ward & James Harrison make the ESPN “Any Era” team

  Surfing around twitter tonight I came across a tweet from Hines where he talks about making the list of the top 20 players players for any era according to ESPN: Here is the writeup on Hines (#8) and also James Harrison who also made the list (#10) ESPN.com is unveiling its “Any Era” team …

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The All AFC North Team, who made the cut?

The fine folks at Pro Football Focus (PFF) have put together their All AFC North team for the 2011 season. This is a compilation of the best of the best as they see it from the conference. PFF is a great site for statistics and information on any NFL team or topic, and it’s one …

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

According to ProFootballWeekly.com, 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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