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Over the paste decade of NFL Drafts, when the Steelers have selected anywhere from 11 to 18, the name most closely linked to them in pre-draft speculation, has been the guy they've selected in Round 1. Will Darqueze Dennard, the corner from Michigan...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Anthony Defeo | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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In the 8-8 seasons of 2012 and 2013, the Steelers drew early bye weeks; however, the bye played a different role in each year. Which role will it play in Week 12 of 2014? For the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2014, a Week 12 bye will play one of two roles. ...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: SteelCityRoller | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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With the deadline for hosting potential draft prospects fast approaching the Steelers got a look at two more players today in the shape of LB Demarcus Lawrence from Boise State and RB Jerick McKinnon from Georgia Southern. The Steelers are very close...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Simon Chester | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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A once lopsided rivalry has taken a complete turn in the opposite direction. "Never feel sorry for the other team." Words to live by if you're a sports fan. I learned this valuable lesson in the waning seconds of the Steelers' 43-0 win over the expansion...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Bryan DeArdo | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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The Steelers started 0-4 last year. That shouldn't be the case again after looking at the early slate of games in 2014. Last season ended with a bang for the Steelers. The start of 2014 should follow suit. Winners of their last three games to finish...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Bryan DeArdo | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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San Diego was the last AFC team to squeak into the playoffs (at the Steelers' expense), but at least we got to see them become the latest team to keep the Bengals winless in the postseason since 1991. BTSC reader L-Ray has the pick. As a long-time Steelers...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: barnerburner | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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The Steelers 2014 schedule was released last night, giving us full details on when and where games would be played. At a glance, the Steelers schedule appears to be a hard one, with 5 play-off teams from last year in the mix. The Steelers may struggle...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Jack Finn | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Sticking with an old bit prediction, it's tough to see a certain amount of losses on the Steelers' 2014 schedule. Using that line is a lot easier than actually predicting the team's fate. There's a running joke I've had with a few friends over the last...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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A thinner-looking Pouncey has been at the team's facility nearly every day working out this offseason as he rehabilitates from a torn ACL and MCL. Most athletes find it painful to be around a team when recovering from injury. There are pros and cons...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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The Steelers begin their 2014 season against the Cleveland Browns in Pittsburgh. Reactions to that seem closer to the Steelers added a fifth preseason game than concern over their opening opponent. For the first time since 2007, the Steelers and Browns...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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The same Kiper mocked WR Odell Beckham Jr. to the Steelers at 15 referred to the Michigan State standout as "a whale of a player," making Dennard the best fit for the Steelers. One might forgive ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper for going back a bit on original...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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The Steelers have an intriguing slate of games in 2014, but these five stand out as the most pivotal and important in their run to get back to the playoffs for the first time since 2011. Steelers at Ravens, Week 2 This largely goes without saying, but...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Among the rest of the Steelers schedule, NFL.com is reporting the Steelers will play at Baltimore on the season kickoff of Thursday Night Football. The Steelers and Ravens won't have to wait long to renew their rivalry. According to NFL.com the AFC North...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Both of Pittsburgh's games against Baltimore are in primetime, and games against defending NFC South champion Carolina and AFC rivals Houston Tennessee are primetime games as well. Four primetime games and a Week 12 bye highlight the Steelers' 2014 schedule....
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Many prospects were considered, and the BTSC Draft Committee even went back on their initial pick. In the end, the potential of Rice cornerback Phillip Gaines was too much to pass up with the 46th pick. The BTSC Draft Committee went after a player who...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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After back-to-back 8-8 seasons, SI.com's Peter King feels it's time for the Steelers to alter their draft strategy. In 1974, the Steelers produced the greatest draft class ever. Four decades later, Pittsburgh's draft approach has come into question....
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Bryan DeArdo | Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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Somehow the Cincinnati Bengals were the only AFC North team to make the playoffs last season. But true to Bengals form, they crashed out in the opening round yet again. BTSC contributor SteelSpike has their pick in our community mock. The Bengals don't...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: barnerburner | Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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The Steelers free agent signing spree has ended (or has it?) Who else should they have signed? Will Pittsburgh's NFL spring clearance bargain hunting pay dividends this fall? Did the Steelers do the right thing with Ike Taylor? Answer these and other...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Hombre de Acero | Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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ESPN's Scott Brown quoted Ryan Tollner saying the team and his client are still committed to having Roethlisberger's career end with the Steelers. While the consequences of giving him an extension this year may be too much for the Steelers, both sides...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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With just the Rams and Lions to pick before the Steelers are on the clock in the 2014 SBN Bloggers Mock Draft, BTSC's Draft Committee is putting the finishing touches on its second round pick. Safety Jimmie Ward (Buffalo), running back Tre Mason (Tennessee)...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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Most fans have a favorite draft prospect or two they would like to see the Steelers take in the upcoming draft but many of us have another name or two that we would dread seeing our beloved team select in any round. This is not about who is best suited...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Simon Chester | Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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The trial for the three men accused of attacking and stabbing Steelers offensive tackle Mike Adams is underway. Adams is expected to be called to the witness stand Wednesday morning, the Post Gazette reported Tuesday. Prosecutors say Jerrell Whitlock,...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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Quality teams don't get contributions solely from starters. The third-year hybrid S/CB Golden is one of the league's better special teams players, and will battle to show his defensive worth in an ever-changing Steelers secondary. The Steelers' 2013...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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Moore brings experience into the wide receivers position meetings and to the field. But he's just like everyone else, he said Tuesday, showing up for the offseason program and working hard. Not that veteran wide receiver Lance Moore couldn't have boasted...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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League schedules primetime show to release 2014 schedules for all teams. NFL schedule show on ESPN2 on Wednesday night from 8-10. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 22, 2014 From the people who brought you two additional weeks of draft speculation...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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It's an odd tradition, marching up before the draft starts for photos, but at least we'll know who the 30 players who will participate are. You're no doubt familiar with that 20-minute segment before the start of the NFL Draft each year when 30 guys...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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Swaggin' U wants a new partner. Perhaps the Steelers will grab another cornerback, thinks Steelers CB Ike Taylor. Appearing on his weekly TribLive Radio show, Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor thinks the Steelers will draft him a new colleague in the first...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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The NFL pushed back the date of the NFL draft to May the 8th this year, as opposed to the traditional late April timeframe. This has lead to a degree of draft overkill, and hopefully the draft returns to April next year. One year ago today we were but...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Jack Finn | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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With only a few weeks left until the 2014 draft the Steelers have a handful of visits left out of their allowed number and Ross Cockrell is yet another cornerback they have chosen to meet with today Steelers Digest Editor Bob Labriola is reporting on...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Simon Chester | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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All Ryan Succop had to do was kick a 41-yard field goal to beat the Chargers, eliminate them from the playoff picture, and allow the Steelers to squeak into the postseason. But Succop missed, and a few botched calls later, the Chargers won. BTSC reader...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: barnerburner | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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Despite confused reports yesterday it has been confirmed today that the Steelers have finally exercised their fifth year option for 2011 draft pick defensive end Cam Heyward. After a slight false start yesterday when the reporting of the option for Cam...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Simon Chester | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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The Steelers are looking at wide receivers and cornerbacks, among other positions, as they head into the last few picks before going on the clock. The Steelers make their second round pick - 46th overall - at 3 p.m. ET Wednesday. That pick won't be OLB...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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Thanks to some comments reporter Ian Rapoport made during the middle of last season questions remain about when an extension for Big Ben will happen but according to the math it shouldn't happen this year. With the draft less than two weeks away and...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Simon Chester | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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Phase One is the least noteworthy of all the Phases, but it's one step closer to bringing the final 2014 Steelers roster together. Let's get ready to run, condition and rehabilitate. Phase One of the Steelers' offseason program begins today in Pittsburgh,...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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Taking the approach of selecting a talented player at 15 instead of putting too much stock into position of need creates a very sensible choice for the Steelers. We poke fun at an oft-lamented philosophy by Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert. "Let...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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The accepted top five cornerbacks in this draft will have met with the Steelers by the end of this week, according to NFL.com draft analyst Gil Brandt. #VaTech CB Kyle Fuller has had 15 visits or workouts. Has 4 more this week: #Jets, #Broncos, #Rams,...
From: Behind the Steel Curtain | By: Neal Coolong | Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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