Steelers’ Antonio Brown says Dancing with the Stars improved his footwork

Antonio Brown is back from his stint on ABC’s Dancing With The Stars, and — according to Brown — better than ever. The wide receiver joined Steelers OTAs on Thursday, and told NFL Network that participating the dance competition helped improve his skills on the field. “I felt pretty good today, actually, my feet, I’m in shape, running my routes and dropping my hips...
Via The Comeback
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Le’Veon Bell becomes latest athlete to fall into the Skip Bayless Trap

Whaddayaknow, another athlete is mad about something Skip Bayless said on First Take. This time it’s Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell feuding with the ESPN host. Earlier this week, Bell said the Cincinnati Bengals play dirty, and his remarks became a topic across the sports-talk world. Then Bayless initiated the trap he has perfected during his time on First Take. Here...
Via Awful Announcing
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Steelers’ Continuity Creates More Advanced Practice Environment

Not only do the Pittsburgh Steelers boast one of their most talented groups, the level of consistency and continuity the group has the ability to maximize the talent. That’s what Todd Haley pointed out to Missi Matthews in their one-on-one interview over on “This being year five for me... The post Steelers’ Continuity Creates More Advanced Practice Environment...
Via Steelers Depot
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Antonio Brown says ‘Dancing With the Stars’ helped footwork

Who said being on a TV show like “Dancing With the Stars” during the offseason is a distraction? It may have improved Antonio Brown’s game, at least according to Antonio Brown. Brown showed up to organized team activities on Thursday and spoke about appearing on the popular dancing competition show. He told NFL Network’s Aditi Kinkhabwala that dancing helped his footwork...
Via Larry Brown Sports
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Breakout Season or Not; Jarvis Jones is a Valuable Piece of Steelers’ Future

One of the early storylines out of OTA’s is about Jarvis Jones and how he’ll respond on the field to the team not picking up his 5th year option. Plenty of fans have already firmly affixed the bust label to Jarvis Jones, which is fine, if that’s your opinion. Personally, I think the Steelers were 100% right not to keep Jarvis under contract in his 5th season given what that...
Via Steel City Blitz
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Ben Roethlisberger's newborn already decked out in Pittsburgh gear

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and his wife Ashley welcomed their third child into the world Thursday morning, a healthy baby boy named Bodie.  Just in time for the Penguins’ Stanley Cup Playoffs game against the Tampa Bay Lightning, the newest member of Steelers Nation is already decked out in Pittsburgh gear. Roethlisberger posted this fantastic photo to...
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Steelers Rookie Artie Burns Finally Gets His Chance To Dance With Antonio Brown

When and if the Pittsburgh Steelers met with cornerback Artie Burns at the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, one has to wonder whether or not the Miami product was asked if he thought he could cover wide receiver Antonio Brown. On Thursday, Burns finally got his first shots at... The post Steelers Rookie Artie Burns Finally Gets His Chance To Dance With Antonio Brown appeared...
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Maurkice Pouncey is Ready to go

Pittsburgh Steelers fans can rejoice with the news that Maurkice Pouncey has been cleared to fully participate with the team. Having Pouncey back on the field not only helps him get in shape for the season, but his teammates as well. The Steelers have benefitted from great leadership, better blocking and higher intensity with Pouncey in the middle. AROUND COVER32 2016 Preview...
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Jarvis Jones motivated by Steelers not picking up his option

Jarvis Jones says that he is motivated by the Pittsburgh Steelers’ decision not to pick up his contract option for 2017. Jones was a first-round pick by the Steelers in 2013 and is set to earn nearly $1.6 million this season. His salary for 2017 would have gone up to $8.4 million if the team picked up his 2017 option, which they chose not to do. That has him looking to produce...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers' Ladarius Green sits out OTAs after ankle surgery

Ladarius Green, the jewel of the Steelers’ free-agent signings, isn’t participating in organized team activities because he’s recovering from ankle surgery. There’s no timetable on Green’s return, according to Jeremy Fowler of, but the tight end is expected to be back in time for training camp. The Steelers don’t normally go on a shopping spree in free agency...
Via The Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers Excited for 2016 run

The Pittsburgh Steelers began the first wave of offseason practices with official team activities on Tuesday with a positive showing from players. Even though it was just a shorts and helmets kind of practice, the team was eager to get to work. Of the 90 players listed on the roster, 89 of them showed up to the non-mandatory practice. Wide receiver Antonio Brown was the odd man...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Antonio Brown betters Combine time with 4.35 40-yard dash

Antonio Brown can fly. The Pittsburgh Steelers receiver hasn’t been slowed down by age, or even an appearance on Dancing With the Stars. If anything, those experiences have made Brown faster. Brown ran a 4.47 40-yard dash at the 2010 Scouting Combine. On Monday evening, Brown tweeted his most recent 40 time that not only beats that 4.47 mark, but blows it away. Ran a 4.35/40...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

SCB Steelers Quick Hitters for 5/24/16

Tuesday is upon us Steelers’ Fans. It’s no ordinary Tuesday though because the Steelers opened Phase Three of their offseason program by beginning OTA’s this morning. One sight for sore eyes was Le’Veon Bell who participated and looked very healthy and ready to go. I still believe at this point he will see very little action in training camp. A couple of other good notes...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers will probably find Roethlisberger replacement after he retires

Every once in a while, the subject of how and when the Steelers will find Ben Roethlisberger’s replacement at quarterback is broached. Should they draft Roethlisberger’s heir apparent now, or should they wait until he’s called it a Steeler and NFL career? For those in the former camp, you should know it’s kind of hard to go out and find a top-notch quarterback when one is...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

SCB Steelers’ Quick Hitters for 5/23/16; Phase Three Begins Today

Happy Monday Steelers’ Fans. I’m assuming many of you are also Penguins’ fans so I’ll just skip right past that part… Believe it or not, the Pittsburgh Steelers are already through phases one and two of their offseason program and begin the third and final phase today. The Steelers are allowed 10 “OTAs” and the first one begins tomorrow. Two more sessions will follow...
Via Steel City Blitz
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Steelers: Who is “Artie Burns”?

Other than being the number 25th selection in the 2016 NFL draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Artie Burns is a pretty interesting well rounded guy who is also a freak athlete. In his life so far, he has already had to deal with small forms of stardom as well as a ton of adversity. Burns was a track star in high school. In his junior and senior years, Burns was an All-USA high school...
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers practice with robotic dummies to serve as players

Nevermind analytics, the Pittsburgh Steelers are using some next-level stuff during practices now. The team is experimenting with using robotic dummies for their workouts at UPMC Rooney Sports Complex. The robots never tire, and have stamina that you and I couldn’t even dream of. They were developed by Elliot Kastner, and can be used all over the field/work for any position group...
Via The Sports Daily
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers using robots in practice

The term “MVP” has taken on a new meaning at Steelers’ offseason practices. The team has been experimenting with the Mobile Virtual Player, a robotic tackling dummy that mimics a wide variety of football moves. It allows teams to run drills without players hitting each other, minimizing the risk of injuries and concussions. “It’s an awesome piece of football technology...
Via The Steelers N'at
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers experimenting with robotic 'players' during practice

Many major sports teams and their athletes have began to explore new technological avenues for them to enhance and improve their skills. Whether it’s virtual reality or something has small as advanced statistics, technology is helping to improve the quality of the sports we watch. The Pittsburgh Steelers are about to take that to a whole new level. According to the Steelers...
Via The Comeback
7 days ago  |  Discuss

The Pittsburgh Steelers Are Practicing With an Unbelievably Fast Robotic Tackling Dummy

As football teams continue to look for ways to make practice safer and reduce helmet-to-helmet contact, new technology is taking the place of old-school tackling drills. This off-season, the Pittsburgh Steelers have integrated the use of the "Mobile Virtual Player" (or MVP) into their practices. Designed by engineers at Dartmouth's Thayer School, the MVP is "the world's first...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Tim Tebow pens book on failure, while Marco Rubio proposes a statue

Tim Tebow has a book coming out this fall all about learning to deal with one’s success and failures. The book is called “Shaken: Discovering your True Identity in the Midst of Life’s Storms,” and was co-authored by A.J. Gregory. It will be available on Oct. 25, according to This is Tebow’s second book. His first, “Through My Eyes,” was a generally...
Via The Comeback
9 days ago  |  Discuss

James Harrison wanted to record drug test; NFL said no

James Harrison has made it clear in the past that he does not believe NFL drug testing is truly random. Earlier this offseason, he was tested the day after he announced he is returning for a 14th NFL season. An NFL official showed up at his door again on Tuesday, and Harrison once again seemed annoyed. When he was tested back in February, Harrison recorded much of the process on...
Via Larry Brown Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

DeAngelo Wiliams providing free mammograms in Charlotte

Since seeing his mother lose her battle with breast cancer back in May of 2014, the fight to help other women overcome the dreadful disease has been near and dear to DeAngelo Williams’ heart. The former Carolina Panthers and current Pittsburgh Steelers running back has made it a point to show his support for those impacted by the disease when taking to the field over the past...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

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