8:42 PM EDT, Tue June 18, 2019
Behind the Steel Curtain 8 hours ago
Danny Smith already confident Chris Boswell has regained his Pro Bowl form

Danny Smith already confident Chris Boswell has regained his Pro Bowl form

With training camp still more than a month away, the Steelers special teams coach believes his troubled kicker is already back to being the player he once was. While the Pittsburgh Steelers decision to move back the due date of Chris Boswell’s 2019 roster bonus until after the final preseason game of the year was a clear sign of the doubts they have about their Pro Bowl kicker, it would appear that not everyone in the organization has lost faith in him. Indeed, in light of the comments of his special teams coach during mandatory minicamp reported by Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh...
Still Curtain 9 hours ago

Steelers rookie LB Devin Bush out to prove that size doesn’t matter

Devin Bush was labeled as ‘undersized’ for the linebacker position in the NFL, but the Steelers 1st round pick is out to prove doubters wrong. The Pittsburgh Steelers did something this offseason that you don’t see very often (if ever). Kevin Colbert and the front office elected to trade up into the top 10 to […] Steelers rookie LB Devin Bush out to prove that size doesn’t matter - Still Curtain - Still Curtain - A Pittsburgh Steelers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Behind the Steel Curtain 10 hours ago
Ben Roethlisberger enjoying Steelers return to ‘normalcy’ after ‘crazy’ few years

Ben Roethlisberger enjoying Steelers return to ‘normalcy’ after ‘crazy’ few years

After the departure of Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown, the sense of calm emanating from the Steelers locker room this offseason is impossible to ignore. After two years full of drama, the 2019 offseason has been positively calming by comparison and anyone who has followed the team throughout OTAs and minicamp cannot help but notice a much greater sense of harmony emanating from the locker room this offseason. Without wanting to place all of the blame for the dysfunction of past seasons on Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell, it is impossible to ignore how team chemistry appears to have been...
ClutchPoints 10 hours ago
Steelers news: Donte Moncrief looks like a ‘slam dunk No. 2 receiver’ in Pittsburgh

Steelers news: Donte Moncrief looks like a ‘slam dunk No. 2 receiver’ in Pittsburgh

With the Pittsburgh Steelers losing Antonio Brown this offseason, their receiving corps is obviously in a bit of flux behind JuJu Smith-Schuster. Who will step up and be the No. 2 wide receiver in 2019? Well, apparently, Ben Roethlisberger has already found his guy, and it’s free agent pickup Donte Moncrief. “I wasn’t really sure […] The post Steelers news: Donte Moncrief looks like a ‘slam dunk No. 2 receiver’ in Pittsburgh appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Behind the Steel Curtain 11 hours ago
Will the Steelers offense become a run-heavy offense in 2019?

Will the Steelers offense become a run-heavy offense in 2019?

With Antono Brown now gone, could the Steelers throw it back a few decades when they were a run-heavy offense? It’s a good question. NFL football analysts have been debating this, as well as fantasy football analysts. Actually, fantasy analysts have been leading the charge on this question this offseason more so than anybody else, and kudos to them. And to that, let me give a brief shout-out to the fantasy analyst/player. Fantasy players are often labeled as geeks to the mainstream NFL media, so absorbed in their own little game-inside-a-game that they play. But, fantasy players are often...