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Gay signs with Arizona, Steelers secondary in good hands

The Arizona Cardinals aka Pittsburgh West made a move that everyone should have seen coming as soon as now former Steelers cornerback William Gay announced he was going for a visit.  Ken Whisenhunt loves to pick off players who previously wore the black ‘n gold, and why not? If you’re going to go after free …

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For the Steelers, it’s time to let the young guys play

It’s been quite the interesting offseason for the Steelers. Cutting ties with long time veterans and fan favorites like Hines Ward, James Farrior, and Aaron Smith is never easy. Many so called experts seem to have it in their minds that the Steelers are in some sort of trouble heading into the 2012 season, and …

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Steelers secondary in good shape for next year.

For once, the Steelers secondary is not a major concern heading into the off season. I say “for once” because in recent years they have struggled either with injuries or sub par play at a particular position.  Heading into this coming draft though, the last line of defense for Pittsburgh shouldn’t need much help thanks …

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Steelers can afford to let William Gay walk away

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Cornerback William Gay is one of the free agents that Kevin Colbert was talking about when he mentioned that the Steelers were not likely to sign any players before the March 13th deadline at 4pm. At this point the Steelers have enough quality cornerbacks on the roster that they can afford to let him leave …

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Curtis Brown conference call transcript & initial overview

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The final pick on day 2 of the 2011 draft finally gave us all what we’ve been pleading, begging, and screaming for. The Steelers defense finished tops in the NFL vs the rush, and for good reason. By the time the midway point of the 2010 schedule came about, teams had virtually given up even …

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