Steelers Awards, Honors, and Records

Greene given award from Fritz Pollard Alliance


With over 30 years experience as a player, coach and scout, Greene jokingly equated his lifetime achievement award with confirmation that he's "getting old."

DeCastro named to 2014 All Emerge team


Good things coming for the young Steelers right guard, who hasn't even hit his stride yet. A few injury-based set-backs may have limited his growth, but what he has accomplished so far suggests...

Woodley, Brown named to PFF All Postseason Team


Looking back on some glory days, we see two players who would eventually receive extensions to remain in Pittsburgh for several more years. One eclipsed the totals set in their respective playoff...

Cotchery named to USA Today's All-Joe Team


The team consists of unheralded players who contributed an outstanding amount to their teams the previous season. Cotchery had a career-high 10 touchdowns in 2013.

Brown named PFWA All-AFC Team


He and Browns Josh Gordon take all-conference honors for 2013, giving rise to the notion the AFC North is a nightmare for opposing secondaries. How the Steelers address their wide receiver position...

Antonio Brown named to PFF All Pro first team


Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was named to Pro Football Focus's All Pro first team.

Antonio Brown named to All Pro second team


AFC North lands three receivers in first two All Pro teams, with Brown getting a spot on the second team after record-setting season.

Brown Honolulu bound with Pro Bowl spot


Pittsburgh receiver Antonio Brown was named to his second career Pro Bowl team after his record-setting 2013 campaign. Safety Troy Polamalu also named to the team, the eighth of his career.

Steelers name Antonio Brown 2013 team MVP


It's the second time Brown has won the award, with the first having come in 2011, when he became the first player in NFL history to log 1,000 receiving and kick return yards.

Bell named team's top rookie


The Pittsburgh chapter of the PFWA named Le'Veon Bell the team's top rookie, one of the lesser surprising honors given this season.


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Ben named Steelers Walter Payton Man of the Year


For his active work with local and national charities, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is the recipient of the team's Walter Payton Man of the Year award.

Ben now leads the franchise in touchdown passes


Roethlisberger hit Emmanuel Sanders on a six-yard touchdown pass to top Terry Bradshaw for the franchise lead, 213 touchdown passes.

Ben ties Bradshaw


The next one he throws will give him 213 in his nine-year NFL career, the most in Steelers history.

Ben named AFC Offensive Player of the Month


It's the first time in Roethlisberger's career he's received Player of the Month honors.

Polamalu named Defensive Player of the Week


Polamalu beats out teammates Will Gay for the award after Polamalu forced two fumbles in Pittsburgh's 27-11 win over the Browns Sunday.

Ben gets Special Teams award nod


It's unlikely the NFL will recognize Roethlisberger in a similar way for his one punt downed inside the 1-yard line against Cleveland, but it shows some results from Roethlisberger's "by all means...

Ben named AFC Offensive Player of the Week


The Steelers quarterback picks up his 10th Player of the Week award in a win over the Detroit Lions.

Heath Miller wins Steelers Ed Block Courage Award

In probably the easiest vote that will be made this year, Miller wins the team's Ed Block Courage Award for his recovery from a torn ACL in 2012.

Roethlisberger goes over 30k career yards


Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger passed the 30,000 career passing yards mark in the Steelers Week 1 game against the Tennessee Titans.

Ben to top 30,000 passing yards against Titans


Last year, Ben Roethlisberger broke the Steelers' franchise record for passing yards. He needs just 156 yards to top 30,000 for his career when the Steelers face the Titans in Week 1.

Steelers rookies snubbed in power ranking


One preseason game and a few training camp practices are not enough to fully gauge a rookie's potential, but national media outlets aren't buying into the hype over the Steelers draft class thus far.

Steelers 14th most valuable NFL franchise


While Steelers fans may hold their favorite football team in higher esteem than material possessions and even the occasional family member, Forbes lists the team in the middle of the pack.

Woodley washed away in hype of Jarvis Jones

Perhaps staying off the radar is a good thing for the man with the sixth-most sacks in franchise history. LaMarr Woodley isn't generating the headlines Jarvis Jones is, but an outstanding season...

Legendary Steelers gather for HOF luncheon


Eight Steelers were pictured together at the Friday luncheon during the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Annual Enshrinement Weekend.

Rocky Bleier honored by wounded warriors


Former Steelers running back Rocky Bleier was named to the Honorary Advisory Board for the Boulder Crest Retreat for military and veteran wellness.

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