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As the smoke clears, mission accomplished for the Steelers

“March Massacre” (thank you 93.7 The Fan) appears to have ended, more than likely at least. The major roster moves that most fans expected to happen have indeed come to pass. The pen, aka ax, wielded by the front office these last few days has done its job and the suddenly the Steelers are a …

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Steelers will take care of 2012, 2013 like they always do

Every offseason we hear about teams who have $20 million, even $30 million or more in cap space before they do any type of moves to free up additional money. The Bengals this year have about $60 million in cap room.  Everybody always wonders why the Steelers aren’t in a similar position and why they …

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Steelers fully prepared to handle this offseason & the future

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Even with all the hype surrounding the Steelers this offseason; Todd Haley, Ben Roethlisberger, Free Agency, who’s running the team, the Steelers are not in any worse shape than they are in any other year organizationally speaking. Sure they are working their way out of a tricky salary cap situation but it’s not as hopeless …

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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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Omar Khan to interview with the Rams

Jim Thomas, beat writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch tweeted out tonight that Steelers Chief Contract Negotiator and Salary Cap extraordinaire, Omar Khan, will interview for a job with the Rams on Thursday. Jim Thomas – jthom1  – Just when you thought Rams were done with their general manager interviews: Pittsburgh’s Omar Khan expected to …

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