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Follow @NealCoolong Interview request? Email: 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.

Flipping McCain for Worilds in free agency

Wouldn't it be odd if the Steelers ended up able to sign Jason Worilds while losing out on Brice McCain? Not too weird, and not impossible.

Steelers gave Revis a call

The Steelers gave the Revis dream a chance.

Report: Woodley to sign with Cardinals

We should have seen this coming.

Everything on free agency and the Steelers

There are moves being made all over the NFL, what are the Steelers doing? What do they have to do today? What might they do by 4 p.m. ET - the start of the league's 2015 year?

Keeping Thomas over Keisel? Why?

The Steelers released veteran DE Brett Keisel and, as of the remaining few hours before the start of free agency, kept Cam Thomas. It's a move that will likely anger much of Steeler Nation, but it makes sense looking at the entire group.

Steelers sign Moats, here's why it's a good idea

Moats contributed to a high level per snap, and even higher per dollar. The Steelers aren't spending much on the veteran who now looks to have the team's starting left outside linebacker position, and on top of it, he's a high-character guy.

Twitter reacts to the release of Brett Keisel

From players to fans to the media, the outpouring of well-wishes extended to ex-Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel is incredible.

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Steelers defensive play of 2015 - The Blake Rake

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Antonio Brown shows his Immaculate Reception skills

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Ryan Clark loves Brett Keisel more