Clark: “Wheaton is better than Michael Wallace at everything but one thing: Speed”

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Well to say Markus Wheaton had a good camp could very well be an understatement. The rookie wide receiver had a very productive training camp now that it has come to a close, and the question many Steelers fans are wondering is… Will we see Markus Wheaton as the third string wide receiver in 2013? Continue reading Clark: “Wheaton is better than Michael Wallace at everything but one thing: Speed”

The Long Road to 53: John Malecki

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If there is one man on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ roster that knows how hard it is to make a 53-man roster, it is Pittsburgh native John Malecki. Since being an undrafted free agent in 2010, Malecki has been released 10 times (4 by Steelers) and has been apart of 23 seperate transactions. Continue reading The Long Road to 53: John Malecki

Roethlisberger the Leader

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In the National Football League, it starts with the quarterback. The Pittsburgh Steelers know they have one in Ben Roethlisberger. Roethisberger is entering his 10th season in the league and is having an excellent training camp as he is now the real face of the franchise. With that comes leadership and responsibilities that Roethlisberger understands.

Each year the league gets more competitive. It is truly about making yourself a better player year after year. Roethlisberger has been chomping at the bit to improve his game so that the Steelers can be a competitor in 2013. Continue reading Roethlisberger the Leader

Le’Veon Bell: Injury “not as bad as everybody thinks”

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Rookie running back Le’Veon Bell gives Steelers fans a reason to exhale today. The second round pick along with co-starter Isaac Redman (stinger) were both participants in practice on Friday but on a limited basis. Bell told Teresa Varley of Steelers.com that the injury is not as bad as everyone thinks.

“It’s not too bad. It’s nothing too major,” said Bell. “I don’t know the length or period of time, but it’s not as bad as everybody thinks it is.” Continue reading Le’Veon Bell: Injury “not as bad as everybody thinks”

Exclusive Steelers N Stuff Interview: Will Johnson Part 2

Will JohnsonIn part one of our two part interview with Will Johnson, we learned that Johnson’s goal for 2013 is to be more involved with the passing game. The starting full back also believes confidence is an advantage between your second season from your first. You can read the first part of that interview here on Steelers N Stuff.

A starting fullback in the National Football League must be able to run block. That is the job of the position first and foremost. Johnson understands that. Continue reading Exclusive Steelers N Stuff Interview: Will Johnson Part 2