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Wallace leaving Pittsburgh not a foregone conclusion according to Colbert

Mike Wallace this, Mike Wallace that, it’s all the rage for the Steeler Nation right now. Will he stay, will he go, does the team want him, would they rather take the 1st round pick and let him walk? All these questions are front and center as the March 13th deadline approaches for the Steelers …

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Recent media interviews by Steelers officials & players

The Steelers have been fairly quiet since the season ended, in terms of media interviews and news announcements. That all began to change within the last week as Steelers GM Kevin Colbert has been making the rounds with the local Pittsburgh media to talk about the offseason.  With so much speculation surrounding the hiring of …

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Kevin Colbert talks with KDKA about the Steelers offseason.

Steelers GM Kevin Colbert joined KDKA this morning to talk about the pertinent topics at hand facing the team this offseason. Key talking points include Hines Ward, in which Colbert mentioned there still has not been a decision made on his future. He talks about making sure you do the right thing and be sensitive …

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LaCanfora backs up information about Ward not returning

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – Jason La Confora of the NFL Network and NFL.com caused quite a stir in Pittsburgh over the weekend by saying that Hines Ward would not be back next year for the Steelers. He joined the Fan Morning Show on Tuesday explain. Jason backed his statement, calling Hines, “A player, who …

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Steelers Need to Stop the Off-Season Drama

Former Cincinnati Bengals’ Head Coach Sam Wyche once took to the public address system in the old Riverfront Stadium in the Queen City to address fans who were chucking snowballs at opposing players and officials. His comments were short and to the point and echoed throughout Ohio when the words “you don’t live in Cleveland” …

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Releasing Ward is the smart move for the future, unfortunately

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Cutting ties with a guy like Hines Ward is never easy. Nobody wants to do it and you look like the bad guy when it happens, but the smart business decision is to let Hines walk and find a way to bring back Jerricho Cotchery. Take the emotion out of it and look at it …

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Steelers not planning to bring back Hines Ward for 2012

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NFL.com’s Jason LaCanfora is reporting tonight via his blog & twitter that according to sources the Steeles are not going to bring back veteran Wide Receiver Hines Ward next season. Ward has been in the league for 14 years, all of them with the Steelers after being drafted by Bill Cowher back in 1998. Hines …

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McFadden, Battle Cuts Are Only the Beginning for Steelers

Former singer Crystal Gayle was known as much for her hair as she was for her voice. Her long, straight hair went down the center of her back and at one time was nearly touching the floor. The latest rumors are that her hair has been cut to a much more appropriate length meaning it …

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The Ward Dilemma; What To Do With a Future Hall of Famer

  The Pittsburgh Steelers’ all-time leader in all things receiving sat down yesterday with Art Rooney II and discussed his future with the organization. This was a meeting asked for by Hines Ward who wants to continue playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers entering his 15th professional season. The good news here is that it appears …

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League Continues to Alter Game For the Worse

  Writer Joe Starkey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review thinks Steelers’ Linebacker James Harrison should “stop whining” and “quit complaining” about the NFL’s crackdown on illegal hits and the fines and punishments that could occur afterward. Well Joe, when the Tea Party stops complaining about taxes and when liberals stop complaining about the Tea Party then …

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