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Battle of the Cornerbacks: Steelers secondary has bright future

Keenan Lewis looks to nail down the starting LCB job for the Steelers

The Steelers defense last year was ranked #1 overall in the league, and #1 in pass defense. Against the pass they allowed a league low 171 yds per game. Those numbers were a huge improvement from 2010 when they allowed 214 yds per game and finished 12th in pass defense. Even if they didn’t make it …

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Not necessarily your typical Steelers 3rd preseason game

If you’re expecting to see Ben Roethlisberger, Troy Polamalu, Lamarr Woodley and your other favorite Steelers play this weekend then you’ll be a happy camper. However, with many young players fighting it out for starting positions you’ll also get a nice dose of new faces again too. You’re typical 3rd preseason game is all the …

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Steelers preseason: Who and what to watch on defense

I’m one who enjoys watching preseason games just to see the young guys because in many cases that’s the only time you see them all year unless injuries hit the starters. This year though things are different, there are many positions up for grabs so these preseason games take on more significance than usual. On …

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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 Pittsburgh Steelers training camp roster throwdowns: cornerbacks

It’s the position that can make a good defense a great one and the position that can make a good defense look like Swiss cheese. The Pittsburgh Steelers head into 2012 with questions at cornerback and veteran Ike Taylor is a part of those questions in my opinion. As we move from back to front, …

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Why young competition will make Steelers’ Ike Taylor better

Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor has been a staple on the defense since 2005 when he started 15-16 regular season games. He was drafted in 2003 but only started 1 game each of his first two years. When Bill Cowher decided to take the young talent out of Lousiana Lafayette and turn him into a …

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Steelers offseason: Turning depth from a negative to a positive

This is the time during the offseason, after you’ve just finished your OTA’s and mini camps, that you go back and study your roster, look at film and see just what kind of team you potentially have. With a 90 man roster limit there’s a plethora of bodies to choose from so deciding on a …

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Steelers secure Keenan Lewis, Ryan Mundy, Isaac Redman and others as the roster continues to take shape

These last 2 weeks have nothing short of glorious if you’re a Steelers fan. Ramon Foster and David Johnson sign their tender offers, Jerricho Cotchery is brought back on a 2 yr. deal and a reserve Tight End Leonard Pope comes over from Kansas City. And now today as was previously reported, Charlie Batch is …

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Who’s primed for a contract extension with the Steelers this offseason?

The Steelers love to sign players to long term deals during training camp and preseason. Last year was one for the ages with Lamarr Woodley, Lawrence Timmons, and Troy Polamalu all inking deals close to the start of the season as well as Ike Taylor’s new contract.  Arguably 4 of the more important players on …

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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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