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Class action suit from Super Bowl XLV thrown out

Fans who were displaced from seats deemed unsafe at game time failed to move forward a class action lawsuit against the NFL. The Packers defeated the Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.

Steelers a 'Now or Never' team, says analyst

The Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Giants are considered "now or never" teams by NFL.com senior analyst Gil Brandt. It seems more like every team is a now-or-never team, and those with outstanding quarterbacks tend to do better over time.

Jones excited for game day atmosphere

Steelers first round pick Jarvis Jones is learning the sights and even the culture of his new city. His efforts in doing so, as mentioned to a reporter from outside Pittsburgh, could be enough to draw fans closer to the city’s newest star athlete.

Browns send jersey, not pall bearers, to widow

The Cleveland Browns could have handled the attention-grabbing request of Scott Entsminger with far less class, and they could have simply ignored it. They did the right thing in sending his widow a jersey of Lou Groza, Entsminger’s favorite player,

NFL's most recent spin doctoring effort a joke

In a move that's open for legal challenge at best - and laughable at worst - the NFL is planting seeds in the media they are considering not allowing players who receive academic suspensions while in college at the annual NFL Scouting Combine.

Antonio Brown 'A Day in the Life" segment

There are some seemingly unintentionally funny moments in the six-minute clip following Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown around for a supposedly average day in his life.

Browns fan takes final jab at franchise

A lifelong Cleveland Browns fan lives a longstanding joke by asking the Browns to provide pall bearers to his funeral.

Yards per passing attempt

Yards per passing attempt is a bit of an obscure NFL statistic, but judging by historical trends, it may be one of the most important.

Steelers stingy against deep passes in 2013

Pittsburgh was the only team in the NFL to not allow a pass that traveled 30 yards or longer from the line of scrimmage to the receiver. They prevented big plays, but didn't make any in their own right.

That's 'All The Way' Redman to you

Steelers running back Isaac Redman recently told fans he wants to change his nickname from "Red Zone" to "All The Way" as part of his hopes to crank out a few runs of 30 yards or more. He was kidding, but any motivation will suit him well.

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