There has been a lot of talk about whether Antonio Brown will, or should, be returning punts in 2015, and No. 84 showed why the Steelers would be wise to still use him in such a role this season...
In 2013, with C Maurkice Pouncey suffering a torn ACL in week one, Fernando Velasco was brought in to replace the pro bowl center. Velasco was more than serviceable in his 11 starts for the Steelers. Do the Steelers consider a return of Velasco to compete with Cody Wallace at center?
The Pittsburgh Steelers didn't have many highlights in their 43-19 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Saturday. However, Martavis Bryant certainly proved to be a bright spot for the offense. Take a look at this highlight reel with a stat line of 3 receptions, 138 yards and a touchdown.
Twitter is reporting that Martavis Bryant will be suspended 4 games for substance abuse.
The Pittsburgh Steelers finally got into the win column in the 2015 preseason, and did it with a 24-19 victory over the Green Bay Packers. See the complete highlight reel right here.
It may be hard to imagine, but often times players have some fun at training camp. After all, most of these players are young men who simply want to have fun. Count Ben Roethlisberger in that group as he and Bruce Gradkowski work on a footwork drill. You'll notice Big Ben has a different skill set than Gradkowski.
Needs to watch this over and over and over again. This is what he needs to do and nobody will be able to run on the Steelers.
For Pittsburgh native and current member of the World Cup Champion United States Womens National Soccer Team, Meghan Klingenberg got to play a game in her hometown. Not just in her hometown, but at Heinz Field. Good things happen to people like that (just ask Jerome Bettis) and she was able to net a goal. Her celebration was priceless (spoiler alert: it involves a Terrible Towel).
This is perfect. James tells it like it is.
It didn't take long for the Ben Roethlisberger to Martavis Bryant connection to pick up in 2015 where they left off in 2014. Watch Roethlisberger's 44-yard bomb to Bryant to start the scoring Friday night and cap off a 6-play 80-yard drive in the Steelers loss to the Jaguars 23-21.