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Onward Steelers; TE Miller Having Career Year

When Pittsburgh Steelers’ Offensive Coordinator Todd Haley made his first comments after accepting the job, the first player he mentioned wasn’t Mike Wallace or Ben Roethlisberger. Oddly enough, it was tight end Heath Miller who Haley spoke of in glowing terms. After the first three games of 2012, it’s easy to see why Haley was …

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Steelers Miller, Sanders, and Cotchery could be keys to offensive success vs Jets

As the New York Jets come to Heinz Field this Sunday for the home opener, there are several key matchups that we’ll explore the rest of this week leading up to the game. One of the more interesting ones to keep an eye on is how the Jets secondary will match up with the Steelers …

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It wasn’t all bad for Roethlisberger and the Steelers offense

I don’t know why, but I’m amazed at the number of Steeler fans that are finding the nearest bridge in Pittsburgh and taking a flying leap. Yes we are all upset, things didn’t go as we planned in our minds heading into the season opener. It was supposed to be a redemption game for team …

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Steelers’ Miller, Other Tight Ends Could Thrive in Haley Offense

I believe it was last year during the preseason when Philadelphia came into Heinz Field and the Pittsburgh Steelers’ offense looked like this unstoppable machine as Ben Roethlisberger picked apart the Eagles’ secondary and the play-calling was creative and on the mark. It seemed Bruce Arians was finally getting this offense where everyone expected it …

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2012 Steelers training camp recap & pics, July 31st, physical battles continue at Latrobe

Big Ben warming up before practice

After getting a mandatory day off each week during training camp, thanks to the new CBA ratified by the players and owners last year, the Steelers are back at it this afternoon with their regular workout open to the public. Thunder & lightening again during the workouts as mother nature refuses to consistently cooperate with …

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Blitzburgh Radio Steelers Podcast – Training camp 2012, week 1

BRC and Steeldad on Blitzburgh Radio, presented by SteelerAddicts.com talking all things Steelers training camp 2012. On this episode we talk about the first week of camp; including things we liked, didn’t like, the ever present Mike Wallace debate, players that stood out to us and more. Rookie 2012 draft picks Chris Rainey and Alameda …

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2012 Steelers training camp, July 28, recap of feisty day in Latrobe (pics included)

Rainey works on the big bag, no pun intended, "big bertha"

For the second time so far in Steelers training camp this year, rain started coming down in buckets just after practice finished. The afternoon workout ran a little past 5pm until the lightening started and the rain came shortly afterward. Very spirited outing today with a couple scuffles between players during the 11 on 11 …

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2012 Pittsburgh Steelers training camp roster throwdown: tight ends

The National Football League is a copycat league plain and simple. If teams have success throwing the ball then other franchises take notice. If the 3-4 defense is more productive than the 4-3, teams make changes. The tight end position is no exception. Once a spot reserved for men who were nothing more than extra …

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Steelers Tight Ends to see an increased work load? Heath Miller thinks so

Recently during the mini camps that the Steelers are holding this offseason, tight end Heath Miller and Mike Tomlin both mentioned about the increased role that the tight ends may see this season under new offensive coordinator Todd Haley.  NFL.com had an article about just this such topic but time will tell and we’ll believe …

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Steelers post draft roster breakdown: Tight Ends

The tight end position for the Steelers is one of those things that every fan screams for more use of every year but we never seem to get our prayers answered. Each year we wonder if the offense will finally feature more use of the tight end in the redzone or on 3rd down, but …

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