Akron Beacon Journal 9 hours ago
Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer will always be grateful to Steelers but believes he’s on ‘right side’ of rivalry now
BEREA: Believe it or not, North Olmsted native Brian Hoyer has a soft spot for the Pittsburgh Steelers, even though he’s still hoping to slay them when he starts at quarterback for his hometown Browns in the regular-season opener Sunday at Heinz Field.The New England Patriots waived Hoyer on Aug. 31, 2012, after he spent three seasons serving as the backup to star Tom Brady. He was out of the NFL until Nov. 20, when the Steelers signed him because starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and backup Byron Leftwich were dealing with injured ribs.“I was just grateful to have a job,” Hoyer...
Beaver County Times 10 hours ago
The Pirates started the game looking poised to sweep the series with Cincinnati, as Josh Harrison hit the first pitch he saw into the left-field stands for a home run.
Beaver County Times 12 hours ago
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Cincinnati Reds likely envisioned themselves in the thick of a pennant race as the calendar turned to September. Yet, they're five games under .500 after injuries wreaked havoc o
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 13 hours ago
For a while, Sunday felt like the last fall’s NL wild-card game. Fans waved Jolly Roger flags, and chants of “Kwaaaayyyyy-toe” rained down in packed ...
Columbus Dispatch Aug 31, 2014
PITTSBURGH — Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price figures it is pointless to break down his club’s performance this late in the season. “Everyone knows our strengths and weaknesses by now,” he said. “We don’t score runs consistently enough and it’s hurt us in close games all season.” That was a problem again yesterday as Neil Walker hit a three-run homer in the first inning and the Pittsburgh Pirates made it hold up behind starter Vance Worley, beating the Reds 3-2 for their fourth straight victory.
Beaver County Times Aug 31, 2014
PITTSBURGH — A lopsided victory by a power-five conference team over an FCS opponent isn’t usually a surprise, but for the Pitt football program, things hadn’t always played out as well as they did in
Empty Netters | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Aug 30, 2014
Labor Day isn't just a chance to get away for a three day weekend, it is also a chance to reflect on the role labor in our country's history.
Beaver County Times Aug 30, 2014
Beaver County, Pennsylvania: “Divided by its rivers, united by its people … apparently none of whom will be on the Steelers’ 53-man roster to start the 2014 season.”
Beaver County Times Aug 30, 2014
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Neil Walker hit a three-run homer in the first inning and the Pirates made it hold up behind starter Vance Worley, beating the Reds 3-2 on Saturday for their fourth straight victory.
Columbus Dispatch Aug 30, 2014
PITTSBURGH — Edinson Volquez loves how Josh Harrison plays the game. He said he thinks the third baseman is the most valuable player in the National League. Harrison hit an RBI triple and scored on Jose Tabata’s tiebreaking single in the eighth inning, leading the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 2-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds last night.
Beaver County Times Aug 29, 2014
Analyzing the 2014 Pitt Panthers
News & Observer Aug 29, 2014
With Carolina Panthers starting quarterback Cam Newton sidelined with cracked ribs and Derek Anderson taken out after an injury to his right hand in the second quarter, Joe Webb came in and guided the Panthers past the Pittsburgh Steelers 10-0 Thursday night.
Beaver County Times Aug 28, 2014
PITTSBURGH -- Veteran Chris Carter could end up as the odd man out in the Steelers’ outside linebacker shuffle.