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Follow @NealCoolong Interview request? Email: ncoolong@gmail.com Neal Coolong is the senior editor of NFL sites with USA TODAY Sports Media Group. He previously launched Steelers Wire for USAT SMG and was formerly the managing editor of Behind The Steel Curtain on SB Nation. Coolong graduated from North Dakota State University, where he served as the editor-in-chief of the school's newspaper. He also interned and worked at The Forum in Fargo, N.D. After college, he worked for two years at different daily papers in Iowa before leaving the grind of the industry. Along with daily newspaper credits, he has published work for AOL, Steel City Insider, Pittsburgh Magazine and Sports Illustrated's FanNation. Coolong hosts the Steelers Two Minute Drill on ESPN Radio FM 92.3 at 8:55 a.m. ET Mondays. He also makes frequent appearances on Trib Live Radio, Yahoo! Sports Radio, Fox Sports Radio and various other stations throughout the country.

On to new life's work - Thank you, BTSC

There are no other words I wish to convey more than "thank you" as I end my three-year privilege of serving as editor of the finest Steelers site on the Internet, but I'm going to go on a long rant anyway.

Ben's deal worth up to $108 million over 5 years

Without bonus details, it's tough to estimate what the contract will do against the the Steelers' 2015 salary cap, but it's a step in that direction.

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Vince Williams gushes over Le'Veon Bell

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This is where Ben wants to be

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DeAngelo Williams aiming for seven

Plays like this define Roethlisberger's career

It's fun to see Roethlisberger work his magic, especially knowing he'll be around for another five seasons.

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Plays like this have defined Ben Roethlisberger's career

Newest Steelers running back has fuel to burn

The newest Steelers running back is quick to point out while he's a veteran, he has plenty of gas in the tank.

Steelers sign DeAngelo Williams

Pittsburgh and Williams came to terms on the deal after Williams visited with the team Friday. The signing helps establish backfield depth in the likely event Bell must serve a suspension early in the season for a DUI arrest in 2014.

Ben signs contract extension

No details were announced immediately, but the Steelers and Ben Roethlisberger have agreed on a contract extension.