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Steelers’ offense a work in progress following loss to Eagles

The first preseason game of the 2012 National Football League season is in the books and while no one will remember the 24-23 score of the Philly win over the Steelers, there is a lot to take from the game and I’m focusing on the offense. New offensive coordinator Todd Haley unveiled his new scheme …

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SteelDad’s Rants and Slants; Version 5.0

Kicking Off I feel like ESPN but what the hell? The New York Jets are fighting more often than the Kardashians these days. A day after a reported 15-20 man royal rumble broke out, another one today happened that resulted in the team doing windsprints. Amazingly, this had nothing to do with Tim Tebow, but …

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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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Steelers’ training camp week one; Reading the tea leaves

One of my favorite expressions and an easily over-used cliche of mine is ‘reading the tea leaves.’ I really believe in the days of 24/7 media and sports hype, people often say or do things that are not quite on point so we are left to decipher exactly what they are getting at. Thus, we …

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Batch v. Rainey; The battle is on

I’m going to jump right to the conclusion here. I said in my training camp roster throwdown report on running backs that both of Baron Batch and Chris Rainey would make the 53-man roster. If I spoiled it for you, you have my deepest apologies. Already into the fifth day of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2012 …

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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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2012 Pittsburgh Steelers training camp roster throwdown: Quarterbacks

The Pittsburgh Steelers have the one thing over the last eight years that most National Football League teams covet and I’m not talking about their two Super Bowl wins over that span. What the Steelers have is stability at the quarterback position and any general manager around the league as well as head coach will …

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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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There are ALWAYS questions entering a new Steelers’ season.

Fans of every sport go through it. It’s that period of time just before your favorite teams’ season is about to begin. There’s the feeling of potential success. Is this my team’s year? Will we finally be able to stay healthy? Can our superstars produce in the clutch? These are few of the dozens of …

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