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Steelers Gab Apr 16, 2015

Steelers: Running Back Or No Running Back In the 2015 Draft

With Le’Veon Bell suspended for three games (likely two games) and DeAngelo Williams signed this offseason to a multiple year deal, it begs the question: Will the Pittsburgh Steelers select another running back in the 2015 Draft or will the Steelers show more faith in second-year pro Dri Archer? You could see both sides of this question, in many ways. This is a deep draft class for running backs, but the position is not a pressing need for the Steelers.  When Bell returns, he will receive at least 85 percent of the carries. And while Bell will be inactive because […] The post Steelers:...

Mike Tomlin confident DeAngelo Williams can fill in for Le'Veon Bell if needed

It's likely that Le'Veon Bell will miss the first two games of the 2015 season. While he won't have the NFL's total yardage leader at his disposal, Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that he is confident that newcomer DeAngelo Williams will be a more than capable substitute. Not many teams have two  Pro Bowl running backs on their resume. The Steelers are one of those teams, and Mike Tomlin is confident that newly signed backup DeAngelo Williams can get the job done if starter Le'Veon Bell misses the first two games of the season while serving his suspension. "We will wait to hear what happens from...

New Orleans should celebrate DeAngelo Williams' departure from NFC South

The former Carolina running back tormented his NFC South foe on many occasions during his nine seasons with the Panthers. Bo Jackson was unstoppable in the original Tecmo Bowl. While he wasn't Bo, DeAngelo Williams did his best impression of the video game version of Jackson when he faced the New Orleans Saints. In 14 career games against the Saints, Williams rushed for 1,122 yards and seven touchdowns on 181 carries, giving him an average of nearly 6.2 yards per carry. Four of Williams' 18 career 100-yard games came against New Orleans, including his career-high 210 yard effort on 21...

Steelers OC Todd Haley requests patience with Dri Archer

The Pittsburgh Steelers selected RB/WR Dri Archer in the 3rd round of the 2014 draft, and Archer struggled throughout the season. With a year under his belt, offensive coordinator Todd Haley declares patience is needed as Archer develops. As the Pittsburgh Steelers prepare for the upcoming 2015 season, they see a running back depth chart which seems solidified. Le'Veon Bell as one of the premier backs in the league, DeAngelo Williams as the new guy on the block who will fill in for Bell during his suspension and as needed, Josh Harris who saw carries in the Wild Card game of the AFC...
Steelers Gab Mar 19, 2015

Patience could pay off for Steelers in cornerback search

I’m trying to get on board with this free-agent cornerback thing. I really am. But Patrick Robinson and Sterling Moore just don’t move the needle for me. Don’t get me wrong, the stakes of my black-and-gold tent are firmly planted in the dirt at Shutdown Corner Campground, but there was no way the likes of Darrelle Revis or Brandon Browner were going to be in play for the fiscally responsible Steelers. While the signing of running back DeAngelo Williams could end up being the steal of a relatively sedate free-agent period, the financial splash play for the Steelers front office […] The...

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