Follow @NealCoolong Interview request? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Steelers searching for a return man
Who among players in free agency is capable of returning punts as well as Antonio Brown?
DeAngelo Williams visits Steelers Friday
The expectations for the Steelers' back-up running back will be much more clear when he's signed than they were in 2014. If Williams can accept that as his role, he's their guy.
Ward: I'd hate to see Polamalu in another uniform
The Post Gazette reached out to ex-Steelers WR Hines Ward for his take on the current situation between the Steelers and S Troy Polamalu. Ward knows both Polamalu and the situation all too well.
Jordan Cameron leaves Cleveland for Miami
It's all about closing the deal. Apparently Cleveland failed to do that with tight end Jordan Cameron, who's out of the AFC North and onto the Dolphins on a two-year contract.
Worilds 'didn't care about the money'
Worilds' surprising decision to walk away from the game was for faith-based reasons, according to the Tribune Review.
Steelers free agency: What's left to do?
The Steelers still have extension opportunities and targets to sign in free agency now that the first two days have ended.
Keenan Lewis wants guaranteed cash or release
The Saints are very likely to refuse to oblige Lewis in either way, but it shows the ex-Steelers cornerback may want out of New Orleans before too long.
Agent told teams Worilds was unsure on his future
That likely made the job of Jason Bernstein a bit more difficult, but if Worilds simply lost his passion for the game, he did the right thing by retiring now.
Making sense of Worilds' retirement
A shocking move announced just hours after the beginning of free agency, where Worilds was set to cash in on a rich market, the 27-year-old outside linebacker is hanging up his cleats.
Free Agency Day 1 open thread
Talk about the action around the league and discuss a few possible candidates for the Steelers in free agency.