7:22 AM EST, Tue January 27, 2015

Ryan Clark reminds Patriots fans he won a championship with the Steelers in his time with the team

Ex-Steelers safety Ryan Clark won a Super Bowl ring as a member of the Steelers in 2008. That's one more ring than the Patriots won during Clark's time in Pittsburgh. He felt the need to remind fans of that. And for those saying I'm mad they always beat me as a Steeler. In my 8 years there Steelers 1 ring, Pats none. I'm all good — Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) January 27, 2015 What, Ryan Clark worry? It's been a while since the former Steelers safety has made news by the team he played for from 2006-13. Perhaps he decided to make a comeback. Clark's message, via Twitter, comes amid a...
Steelers Gab 9 hours ago

Shining Among The Elite

Markiuce Pouncey, Lawrence Timmons and Antonio Brown were the Pittsburgh Steelers participants in the 2015 pro bowl (Ben Roethlisberger and Le’Veon Bell choose not to play). In a game that was full of big offensive […] The post Shining Among The Elite appeared first on Steelers Gab.

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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 11 hours ago

LeBeau won’t join Cardinals coaching staff

Former Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau might coach somewhere next season, but it won’t be for Arizona and his friend Bruce Arians. Arians confirmed Monday ...

Increasing pressure on QBs will be offseason focus for Steelers

Mike Tomlin alluded to it during his season-ending news conference. A couple of weeks later, newly promoted defensive coordinator Keith Butler made a reference to ...

Steelers sign punter Wing

The Steelers announced Friday they signed punter Brad Wing to a one-year contract extension. A native of Australia and former LSU punter who went undrafted ...

Allegheny County sheriff to address ESPN report on Steelers at news conference

The Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office will hold a news conference at 2 p.m. Friday to address questions raised in an ESPN report about a county ...
Deflated

Deflated

Bill Belichick and company are up to their old tricksy tricks. Or at least it would appear that way. Whether or not the Patriots are guilty of cheating, this is the last thing the NFL wants people talking about before the Super Bowl. 

Steelers mum on head of security report

An ESPN report accusing longtime Steelers head of security Jack Kearney of using his high-ranking Allegheny County sheriff status to improperly help Steelers players has ...
Hey Pittsburgh, no Rush for you!

Hey Pittsburgh, no Rush for you!

  Rush fans have probably heard this before but Rush played one of its first big U.S. shows and its first show with Neil Peart on drums at the Civic Arena in 1974 (with Uriah Heep and Manfred Mann). Since then, Pittsburgh has been a regular stop on Rush tours, with the band having played here two dozen times, including 2010 and 2012 (“Clockwork Angels”) at Consol. Not this time. The itinerary was announced today for the three-month, 34-date Rush R40 tour, celebrating the band’s 40th anniversary, and there is no Pittsburgh date. It begins May 8 in Tulsa and runs through Aug. 1, coming...
Beaver County Times Jan 22, 2015

Polamalu finalist for NFL's inaugural Rooney Award

The NFL is honoring the legacy of Steelers founder Art Rooney Sr. by naming a new award for sportsmanship in his honor. Veteran safety Troy Polamalu is one of the finalists for the inaugural award.

Jury awards no damages in civil case against former Steeler Okobi

Former Pittsburgh Steeler Chukky Okobi will not have to pay damages to the bouncer of a South Side bar who sued the former offensive lineman ...

NFL names sportsmanship award after Steelers founder Art Rooney Sr.

The NFL has been synonymous with the name Rooney for more than 80 years. And now, the league has an award named after one. The ...

Steelers president on deflated footballs: 'Wouldn’t put it on the scale of serious'

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Pittsburgh Steelers president Art Rooney answered questions from reporters on Wednesday, and he shared his viewpoint on the New England Patriots' usage of under-inflated footballs. “I wouldn’t put it on the scale of serious, but if it’s in fact true, it’s a violation of league rules that I’m sure the league office will deal with in an appropriate way," Rooney said, according to the team's official website.

Starkey: Suspend ‘Beli-cheat,’ now or later

Steelers president Art Rooney II apparently doesn’t believe “Deflate-gate” is a big deal, telling reporters Wednesday, “I wouldn’t put it on the scale of serious.” ...

Rooney gives briefing on Steelers, ‘not expecting a problem’ with new Big Ben deal

Steelers team president and owner Art Rooney II said before the start of training camp in late July that the organization planned on working on ...
Beaver County Times Jan 21, 2015
Rooney delivers the State of the Steelers in wide-ranging interview

Rooney delivers the State of the Steelers in wide-ranging interview

In a wide-ranging interview Wednesday, team president Art Rooney II discussed Dick LeBeau, Ben Roethlisberger's contract and the team's future plans among other things.

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