Pittsburgh Steelers

Daily Pick Six: Goodbye Art

September 6, 2012
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Daily Pick Six: Goodbye Art

 Influential owner Art Modell, 87, dies

One of the most influential owners in the history of the NFL, Art Modell helped mold the foundation of the league. The innovative Modell, whose reputation was forever tainted when he moved his franchise from Cleveland to Baltimore, died early Thursday. He was 87… (Read More)

Wolfley: Jonathan Dwyer Has Got It

He’s still the youngest running back in the running back meeting room that meets with Steelers RB coach Kirby Wilson. That despite this being his third year in the league. He’s had battles with his weight, and problems with his conditioning, yet he may well be the most instinctive back in that room, on a par with Rashard Mendenhall…. (Read More)

Steelers Rank 14th on Forbes NFL Team Valuation List

The Steelers have sold out every game at Heinz Field and Three Rivers Stadium since 1972. To capitalize on its strong following the team is looking to add 3,000 seats to Heinz Field. A 2006 project added 717 club-level seats to the stadium. The Steelers had a slight loss thanks to player costs, including benefits, that were league-high $172 million last year… (Read More)

Steelers Preview: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

Many changes occurred since Todd Haley last worked in Pittsburgh. Smokestacks disappeared, the air cleared, the sun splashes against new buildings made of glass, three modern pro sports venues popped up, and a subway went down under the Allegheny… (Read More)

Harrison’s Waiting on Peyton

If given the chance, James Harrison has no problem putting a big hit on Peyton Manning. The Steelers’ star linebacker known for delivering bone-crunching tackles couldn’t care less that Manning is making a comeback after sitting out last year with a neck injury… (Read More)

Game Changer: Steve McLendon

Steve McLendon is not a household name in Pittsburgh, even if he is bigger than some households at 6 feet, 4 inches and 325 pounds. He’s still not as big — figuratively nor precisely — as Big Snack, Casey Hampton, who held down the job of playing nose tackle for the Steelers the past 11 seasons… (Read More)

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