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Le’Veon Bell to report to the Steelers

As we head into Week 5 of the NFL season we are experiencing something strange. The Pittsburgh Steelers are last in the AFC North. Pittsburgh has just one win, two losses, and one tie so far this season. They are clearly struggling, but a holdout from their star running back for …

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With Bell Still Holding Out, It’s Business As Usual For Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell has a history of holding out. He held out last year, reporting to the team just nine days before the regular season started. And this year, he’s adding a little more suspense. As of Tuesday, Bell still has yet to report to the team with …

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Ryan Shazier Still On Road to Recovery, Hopes To Play Again

When Ryan Shazier suffered his spinal injury against the Bengals, his first concern was if he could play football next season. Shazier gave his first press conference since the injury yesterday.  He says playing again is his dream after he used his cane to walk to the podium. He injured …

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NFL Competition Committee Simplifies Catch Rule

For decades, defining what is and isn’t a catch in the NFL has caused frustration for players, coaches and fans. The Competition Committee proposed several recommendations Wednesday to clarify the catch rule. After much deliberation & input from coaches, players, @NFLLegends, & club executives, the @NFL Competition Committee will recommend …

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Eagles Look for First Super Bowl Berth since 2005

It’s been 13 years since the Philadelphia Eagles’ last visit to the Super Bowl. Actually, throughout the 53 years of the competition’s existence, the Eagles have only been twice. Both ended in a loss. This year the Eagles have a chance to finally return to football’s biggest stage. However, first, …

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Will Todd Haley be with the Steelers in the 2018 Season?

The Jacksonville Jaguars will be facing the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game on Saturday. This AFC game match-up has not happened since Jan 12, 1997. However, the team that has been their six times since then is the Pittsburgh Steelers. With a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars …

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Around the NFL: A Spectrum of Headlines and Criticisms

The National Football League continues to headline sports and hold our attention despite criticism. Both football lovers and adversaries can probably find themselves reading or watching something regarding the NFL over the last few weeks. Football lovers have plenty to talk about regarding the NFL standings and story lines. Yet, …

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Steelers Rout Dolphins 30-12, Advance to Face Chiefs

Ben Roethlisberger finally had both Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell in a playoff game for the first time, and he took advantage of it. Game Recap Brown took a screen pass 52 yards for the game’s opening score, then burst past the Miami secondary for a 62 yard touchdown less …

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