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No Spin Zone: NFL outlaws another celebration

Is #TeamSuperkick in trouble? The NFL is still trying to crack down on player celebrations. Could Woodley's popular "super-kick" dance soon be the cause for penalties?

League announcement good and bad for Steelers

It’s a "Good News/Bad News" situation for the Steelers this week as the league announced changes made to Roger Goodell’s vehicle for exercising his disciplinary omnipotence.

Wallace likely to miss Hall of Fame game

It doesn't appear Dolphins fans will get their first look in quasi-real game situations this evening at free agent prize Mike Wallace. Reports suggest he will miss tonight's game due to a groin injury.

Bills sign former Steelers OT Tony Hills

Buffalo is mounting a training camp offensive line of former Steelers players. Hills joins Doug Legursky, who joined several others earlier this year.

Report: Broncos Von Miller facing four-game ban

The bad news gets worse for Denver this offseason. If the alleged suspension is upheld, they will be losing one of the biggest impact players in the NFL for a quarter of the season.

Second former Steeler suspended

Bert Reed joins Weslye Saunders as second former Steeler to be suspended for violating the league's substance abuse policy on the same day.

Saunders suspended for eight games

It's the second time the Colts and former Steelers tight end has been suspended. The first time was for the first four games of the 2012 season.

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.

Hasselbeck wants to win a Super Bowl

It's ironic that Colts QB Matt Hasselbeck signed to back up Andrew Luck in order to win a Super Bowl, when he accused the Steelers of being lucky in Super Bowl XL. What's more intriguing is how similar the Colts were in 2012 to the Steelers in 2011.

Should the Patriots have offered Sanders more?

New England made an offer on the fringe of the Steelers’ salary cap for RFA Emmanuel Sanders. In wake of the arrest and subsequent release of TE Aaron Hernandez, it’s a wonder if the Patriots aren’t second-guessing their decision.

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