11:22 PM EST, Sun January 25, 2015

Brett Keisel accuses Patriots of "looking to win at all costs"

The Steelers defensive end spoke candidly on WDVE this morning about DeflateGate and the league's response to it. Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel has enough experience in the NFL to hold an opinion on the NFL and his opponents. He's cashing some of that in now. Appearing on WDVE in Pittsburgh Friday morning, Keisel didn't back down from a chance to sound off about the recent deflated footballs accusation made against the Patriots. "They are looking to win at all costs," he said. "That's why they've been to the Super Bowl six times. There are rules and you're supposed to follow the...

Keisel to "Shear da Beard" for charity

An annual tradition, the beloved Pittsburgh defender shaves his trademark beard for a good cause. For the fifth year in a row, Steelers DE Brett Keisel will shave his famous facial hair. Jergel's Bar and Grille will play host to the "Mountain Man Makeover" event on Feb. 4, with special guests participating in the shaving and live musical performances from Donnie Iris and Fathertime.  Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the shaving will begin at 7 p.m. The event is 21 and over and guests are asked for a donation of $50, which buys a ticket, your first drink and an appetizer courtesy of Jergel's....

Steelers Brett Keisel passes defensive line torch to Cameron Heyward

The Pittsburgh Steelers boast a long history of successful defensive linemen in their 3-4 defensive scheme. Cameron Heyward is the next in line to carry the torch. The Pittsburgh Steelers have been a fortunate organization in a lot of ways. Their dominant defenses of the early and mid-2000's were shining examples of that good fortune. Great players like James Harrison, Joey Porter, Troy Polamalu, Casey Hampton, Aaron Smith and a younger Brett Keisel. The list could literally go on and on. Of those great defenses, there is a common factor in the equation. A dominating defensive line. Whether...

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