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Coach Mike Tomlin said he went to Kenny Pickett at halftime of a 24-20 loss by the Steelers to the New York Jets last week to provide a spark.
Two preseason games down and just one to go for the Steelers. They’ll host Detroit at Acrisure Stadium Sunday then it will be on to the regular season.
With Steelers’ training camp now in the books, it’s pretty obvious some assumptions made about the team heading into this season without Ben Roethlisberger have been a little off.
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In a recent and well-publicized interview with former Steelers safety Ryan Clark, among others, head coach Mike Tomlin sounded nothing short of excited about seeing what lay beyond the certitude of having a franchise quarterback.
There is a competition to see who will replace Ben Roethlisberger as the Steelers’ starting quarterback and it will heat up when the team opens training camp July 26. But there’s also a very defined pecking order of how things have been run to this point.
Bill Cowher had to wait a year for his induction ceremony to the Pro Football Hall of Fame because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the recently turned 65-year-old hasn’t waited as long as his mentor, Marty Schottenheimer.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Mike Tomlin and Kevin Colbert said this week that the Steelers aren’t just messing around when it comes to researching the quarterbacks available in this month’s draft.
While many were complaining about the Steelers’ offseason hiring processes – or at least a very vocal minority on social media – the team went ahead and made an inspired hire last weekend with the addition of former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores to Mike Tomlin’s coaching staff.
Last year’s Washington County entry into the Pony World Series included players who resided the Washington, Trinity, Canon-McMillan, McGuffey, Chartiers-Houston and Bentworth school districts.
MOBILE, Ala. – The Senior Bowl practices have now wrapped up and it will be on to the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis at the end of the month.
Do you feel at least a little better now Steelers fans?
We knew this day was coming with Ben Roethlisberger. After all, he had hinted at it after the 2017 season, when he openly spoke about the potential of retirement after a 13-3 season that saw the Steelers unceremoniously bounced from the AFC playoffs with a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Steelers allowed 201 rushing yards last weekend in a 19-13 win over the Titans. It marked the third time this season they’ve given up 200 or more rushing yards.