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Steeler fans can take training camp injuries in stride

Injuries and player contract issues are a part of life in the NFL and we Steeler fans know all too well how much they can impact a franchise in the regular season. Even the teams with the best depth can be tested for signficant stretches of time and if they aren’t ready, your team suffers. …

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John Clay placed on waived/injured list, Steelers sign rookie RB Jason Ford

Jason Ford, RB, Illinois

John Clay is now in the same situation that David Johnson is for the Steelers. He’s been placed on the wavied/injured list. If he clears waivers the team could bring him back if they choose and just place him on IR for the year while he rehabs the injury.  Normally when a player goes on …

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Steelers young stars Chris Rainey and Baron Batch show promise in preseason opener

The first preseason game is a time of excitement for every fan. We finally get to see what the stars of tomorrow will do in game situations for our Steelers.  We must curb our excitement though both in handing out praise and criticism because after all, it’s preseason and game 1 at that. For now,, …

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Steelers preseason: Who and what to watch for on offense

Things to watch for during the Steelers preseason on offense. This is an important time for this group, they finally get to start putting into action what Todd Haley has been installing this offseason and in camp. As Mike Tomlin said in a recent press briefing after camp, “This isn’t a new offense to us, …

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2012 Steelers training camp update: August 4th – Roethlisberger injures foot; not considered serious

Looking down as the players warm up

After a big night in front of a huge crowd for the annual night practice event on Friday, today’s workouts started out without much drama or fanfare. That’s just the way Mike Tomlin would prefer it too. Even though he enjoys the event each year, he’s always been a coach that would rather leave the …

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2012 Pittsburgh Steelers training camp roster throwdowns: running backs

How far back would you have to go to remember a time when the Pittsburgh Steelers entered a National Football League season with so many questions about their running back situation? The mid-1980′s maybe and even that could be a stretch, but nevertheless, here we are in 2012 and there are plenty of question marks …

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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 will be fine whether or not Mendenhall is ready.

The questions surrounding the Steelers backfield won’t fully be answered until the 2012 season is in the books. For the time being though we can dissect the possibility that Rashard Mendenhall won’t be available for the upcoming season and how that will affect the current offseason plans of the team. Ed Bouchette wrote an article …

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How the Steelers can handle Rashard Mendenhall

One of the topics that Steelers GM Kevin Colbert spoke on, at the media session at the NFL Combine on Thursday was running back Rashard Mendenhall.  This is an interesting situation because Mendy (as we in the SteelerNation like to call him) is signed through the 2012 season; after that he’ll be an unrestricted free …

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The answer to the Steelers backfield is already on the roster

I suppose I’m a lone wolf on this one, at least when it comes to the main stream media and social networking world. It seems that everyone is trying to tell me that Isaac Redman isn’t the long term answer at running back for the Steelers. I keep seeing on twitter and reading on the …

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