Steelers Make Moves as NFL Free Agency Period Begins

LockerroomThe 2016 NFL free agency period opened Wednesday March 9th at 4 P.M. ,however the Steelers began signing some of their own potential free agents before Wednesday’s kickoff. Continue reading Steelers Make Moves as NFL Free Agency Period Begins

The Depth on the Offensive Line

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Over the past few seasons, the Steelers have been unable to maintain five solid offensive lineman. Much of this has to due with continuous injuries to guys like former guard/tackle Willie Colon. Last season, the Steelers also struggled to keep a right tackle healthy. In 2013, the Steelers look to have their luck changed. The feel around Pittsburgh is that they are quite happy with their five expected starters in Marcus Gilbert, Ramon Foster, Maurkice Pouncey, David DeCastro, and Mike Adams. A starting offensive line with an average age of 24. Behind those five, are major questions. What depth do the Steelers have? Who can back up these five? Continue reading The Depth on the Offensive Line

Beachum Takes Over For Adams

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I am sure you know by now that right tackle Mike Adams was stabbed early Saturday morning and is expected to make full recovery within six weeks. Pittsburgh police have made two arrests and charged two men from the incident already. While Adams is recovering, the Steelers have Kevin Beachum filling in at right tackle. Continue reading Beachum Takes Over For Adams

Not Closing The Door

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The NFL Draft is in the rear-view mirror for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Now rookie minicamp has kicked off and 41 players have reported to the South Side practice facility where the Steelers hold their minicamp program.

All rookies, undrafted free agents, and signed free agents have been handed their number. Players have chose their jersey number they will use for the 2013 season. However, the numbers that were not taken were numbers: 64, 78, 16, and 98.

#64 being Doug Legursky‘s number from 2012. #78 was left tackle Max Starks. #16 was quarterback Charlie Batch, and #98 was Casey HamptonContinue reading Not Closing The Door