10:56 AM EDT, Sat July 30, 2016

Adamski: ‘Open competition’ at punter between Berry, Monday

        It’s one of my favorite (if particularly overly trivial) phenomenons in recent Steelers’ history: over the past decade, they simply can’t seem to settle on a punter.   From Daniel Sepulveda to Jordan Berry and everywhere …
Beaver County Times 10 hours ago
Brewers' Junior Guerra holds Pirates to just four hits

Brewers' Junior Guerra holds Pirates to just four hits

Junior Guerra limited Pittsburgh to four hits over 8 2/3 strong innings, Chris Carter hit a two-run home run and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Pirates 3-1 on Friday night. The Pirates managed Andrew McCutchen's RBI groundout off Guerra (7-2),…
Beaver County Times 13 hours ago
Steelers' tight end Ladarius Green eager to get off PUP list, build rapport

Steelers' tight end Ladarius Green eager to get off PUP list, build rapport

The Steelers made a rare splash in free agency when they signed Ladarius Green. Unfortunately for them, Green hasn't been able to practice and started training camp on the PUP list. Green is hoping to return in time for Week…
Beaver County Times 14 hours ago
Steelers Insider: Golson good to go; Bell practices 'as intended'

Steelers Insider: Golson good to go; Bell practices 'as intended'

After missing his entire rookie season with a shoulder injury, former second-round pick Senquez Golson returned to the practice field on Friday while Le'Veon Bell took his first reps since last November's devastating knee injury.

Kaboly: Q&A with Ben Roethlisberger

A Q&A with Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger

Live coverage: Brewers vs. Pirates

Follow our live coverage as the Milwaukee Brewers and Pittsburgh Pirates open a three-game series on Friday night at Miller Park.

Friday Farm Report: Trade chips at the deadline, Williams looks to bounce back, plus a note on Kevin Newman

As we close in on the 2016 trade deadline with the conversation largely focused on what kind of a prospect haul it would take for the Pirates to obtain a legitimate starter, or conversely what their prospect haul would be in return for Mark Melancon, it’s almost fitting that Steven Brault is slated to toe […]
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 16 hours ago
Cervelli leaves Pirates-Brewers game due to foot injury

Cervelli leaves Pirates-Brewers game due to foot injury

MILWAUKEE — Francisco Cervelli left Friday’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers in the eighth inning because of an injury to his foot or ankle, sustained when he tried to block an errant pitch.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 16 hours ago
Pirates lose Francisco Cervelli to ankle injury in 3-1 loss

Pirates lose Francisco Cervelli to ankle injury in 3-1 loss

MILWAUKEE — The Pirates lost a ballgame Friday night, and they may have lost much more.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 19 hours ago
Interest in Melancon intensifies as trade deadline nears

Interest in Melancon intensifies as trade deadline nears

MILWAUKEE — As interest in Mark Melancon intensified less than 72 hours before the non-waiver trade deadline Monday, the prospect of the Pirates moving their All-Star closer became less hypothetical. While the interest far from guarantees the Pirates will trade Melancon, they are listening.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 20 hours ago
Bell a full participant in Steelers' first practice of training camp

Bell a full participant in Steelers' first practice of training camp

It was only the first practice of training camp, where eye-opening developments are typically rare.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 21 hours ago
Melancon receiving interest as trade deadline nears

Melancon receiving interest as trade deadline nears

MILWAUKEE — With less than 72 hours to go before Monday’s non-waiver trade deadline, the Pirates are receiving interest in Mark Melancon, and the sense from some in the industry is that it’s not impossible that they move him.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 22 hours ago
New Pitt coach seeking to build bridges through meet-up event with ex-Panthers

New Pitt coach seeking to build bridges through meet-up event with ex-Panthers

Brooklyn born and northern New Jersey raised, Tray Woodall now calls Pittsburgh home. This former Pitt standout spent five years in the city in college before embarking on a professional career that took him to Turkey, Greece, Mexico and Kosovo. When that chapter of his life came to a close and he had the option to live virtually anywhere, he returned to Western Pennsylvania.
Paul Zeise: If deal is right, Pirates should trade Melancon

Paul Zeise: If deal is right, Pirates should trade Melancon

Multiple reports say teams are pursuing a deal with the Pirates for close Mark Melancon.

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