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Pittsburgh Steelers: Why they will win a Wild Card spot this year

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are coming off of a season in which they captured the AFC North title, but they will have to work hard in 2015 to repeat as divisional champions. They finished with an 11-5 record last season, just edging out the Cincinnati ...


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What to Expect from Pittsburgh Steelers Defense in 2015

Bleacher Report
Change is not a word associated with the Pittsburgh Steelers, but that is exactly what the defense will face in 2015 as it undergoes its most significant transition in over a decade. Gone is its architect, Dick LeBeau, as well as defensive icon Troy ...



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Late round talent: A look back at the Pittsburgh Steelers 2002 draft class

Behind the Steel Curtain (blog)
2002- The Steelers were coming off of a 13-3 2001 season under coach Cowher. Kordell Stewart was the team MVP, and Kendrell Bell was the Rookie of the Year. George W. Bush was still president, The Bourne Identity debuted in theaters, and The Black ...

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Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Profiles: Wide Receivers

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In this latest edition of the profiling the all-time Pittsburgh Steelers at all positions, we turn to the outside and take a look at those who played wide receiver for the Black and Gold. Immediately, three names will come to mind: Lynn Swann, John ...


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Restart the Dallas Cowboys' rumor mill: Adrian Peterson reportedly skipping ...

Dallas Morning News
Time to restart the Adrian Peterson and Dallas Cowboys rumor mill. Peterson, who has openly expressed his displeasure with the Minnesota Vikings, will reportedly skip the team's OTAs, according to Chris Tomasson. Tomasson also reports that Peterson ...


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Sabin: Why Cowboys' offseason plan of stocking up on linebackers defies ...

Dallas Morning News
Dallas Cowboys middle linebacker Rolando McClain (55) reacts after intercepting a Seattle Seahawks pass during the second half of Dallas' 30-23 win Sunday, October 12, 2014 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Wash. (G.J. McCarthy/The Dallas Morning News) ...

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Scout's Eye: Breaking Down The Dallas Offense Ahead Of OTAs

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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys return from the holiday weekend on Tuesday, and they immediately begin the work of Organized Team Activities – or OTAs. Tuesday marks the beginning of 12 days' worth of spring practices – nine total days of OTAs, followed ...



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Roger Staubach says he wouldn't want Greg Hardy on his team

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Greg Hardy wouldn't be on the Dallas Cowboys if Hall of Famer Roger Staubach were making the call. "I don't have any tolerance toward domestic violence," the Cowboys great said in an interview with KTCK-AM 1310 on Friday. "If I was making the decision, ...



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