I've been a sports fan since I was about 7 years old. The first game I remember vividly watching was Super Bowl XIV between the Steelers and Los Angeles Rams. I've been hooked ever since. My first love is the Steelers, but I'm also a huge Pirates fan and even though it's been painful the last two decades, I'm hoping they can give me some more great memories like they did in the early 90's. I'm not the biggest hockey fan in the world, but I'm learning to appreciate the sport more and more. I also love PITT athletics and college football and basketball, in general.
When the Steelers signed Minkah Fitzpatrick, they continued to demonstrate that they are willing to do all they can to keep their own stars in the fold.
Kenny Pickett didn’t appear to turn many heads during the team’s offseason workouts, but that’s not the end of the world. At least he didn’t appear to be lost or overwhelmed.
It’s now officially the downtime of the Steelers offseason. However, the traffic and rage-inducing stories must go on.
Najee Harris is so charismatic and fun, I find myself enjoying his dances with the media as much as I do his dances with defenders.
Steelers mandatory minicamp looks so much like their voluntary OTAs, it’s hard to tell the difference.
Mason Rudolph appears to be opening up a little about his strained relationship with Ben Roethlisberger. I can certainly understand that.
There was rampant speculation and concern regarding the year-long absence Stephon Tuitt. But when he announced his retirement, the conversation shifted to how to fill Tuitt’s shoes. That’s life as a professional athlete, and that’s life as a fan of professional sports.
I always have a favorite Steelers game from the previous season, and I’d like to use this space to tell you which one was tops for me during the 2021 campaign.
Believe it or not, Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph is allowed to participate in the third phase of OTAs. He’s also still allowed to compete for the starting job.