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Behind the Steel Curtain 27 mins ago
The best Pittsburgh Steelers to not to start their career in the Steel City: The Defense

The best Pittsburgh Steelers to not to start their career in the Steel City: The Defense

In Part Two of our look at the best players to start their careers in other cities, BTSC tackles the defense. BTSC continues to profile the best Steelers players to begin their careers with other teams since 1969 by chronicling the starting defense. While there are some blockbuster names at certain positions, other slots are filled with lesser-known names that may be deemed questionable. But know this, there were some spots that the Steelers continually drafted well. So very well, in fact, that reserves are occupying that position on this list. Take note that James Harrison is NOT on this...
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 41 mins ago

Hollywood calling: Steelers' Antonio Brown will be a guest on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Thursday

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown will be a guest on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Thursday night. The one-time “Dancing With the Stars” contestant is no stranger to the network, or Hollywood.
Still Curtain 3 hours ago

Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp Preview : Linebackers

 From the trio of Russell/Ham/Lambert, to Mike Merriweather,  Kevin Greene/ Greg LLoyd to James Harrison, the Pittsburgh Steelers boast some of the games greatest linebackers. Over the last few years, the level of play among the linebacking unit has been inconsistent. Jarvis Jones was a complete bust. Bud Dupree has been a major disappointment. That’s […] Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp Preview : Linebackers - Still Curtain - Still Curtain - A Pittsburgh Steelers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Behind the Steel Curtain 3 hours ago
The definition of a Steelers legend certainly has changed since Ernie Stautner played

The definition of a Steelers legend certainly has changed since Ernie Stautner played

Championships have become important currency for cementing a player's legacy in the world of modern sports. Would Ernie Stautner be an immortal Pittsburgh Steeler had he played more recently? What happens if Antonio Brown never wins a Super Bowl? Ernie Stautner, the 10-time All-Pro defensive tackle who played for the Steelers from 1950-1963, had it lucky because he came along way before championships had become a calling card for the organization. You might say that’s crazy. Why would a professional football player not want to play in an era where trophies aren’t just expected,...