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Former Pittsburgh Steelers join KDKA game day broadcast

Then-Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch, shown here arriving at the NFL Players Association in Washington, Monday, July 25, 2011. He will provide color commentary for Pittsburgh Steelers preseason games this season, in addition to other duties.


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UW's Micah Hatchie signs with Pittsburgh Steelers as undrafted free agent

The Seattle Times
Micah Hatchie, a three-year starter at left tackle for the Washington Huskies, has signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent. Hatchie said he had invitations to try out for the Seahawks, Browns and Chargers, but when the Steelers ...

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NFL Power Rankings: Pittsburgh Steelers fall 3 spots after the 2015 NFL Draft

Behind the Steel Curtain
The Pittsburgh Steelers won the AFC North in 2014 and finished with an 11-5 overall record. Granted, they lost in the AFC Wildcard game to archrival Baltimore Ravens, but the team should look to improve in 2015. The team has had a tremendous amount of ...

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Pittsburgh Steelers show confidence in their running backs by not adding in draft

Behind the Steel Curtain
Kevin Colbert, Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh Steelers did not seem to lack that confidence as they made their way through the draft last weekend. Considering that the first two rounds addressed immediate needs for the Steelers and backup running back ...

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St. Louis Rams Consider Move To Los Angeles

St. Louis is fighting to keep its NFL team from bolting to Los Angeles. Proponents see an economic benefit to keeping the team, and they fear losing of the Rams will hurt the city's prestige. ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST: It's the St. Louis Rams now, but for ...

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NFL has decent excuse for suspicious LA Rams website

New York Post
A “Los Angeles Rams” page on the NFL's official website made the rounds Monday, adding fuel to speculation over an impending Rams move back to Los Angeles, where they played from 1946 to 1994. The NFL, looking to squelch the rumors, had a decent ...

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Jumping the gun? NFL.com says 'Los Angeles Rams' team page was 'a bug in ...

The "Los Angeles Rams." In the words of ex-Ram Zac Stacy, yikes. The page included all of the normal stats and headlines for the St. Louis Rams, but "Los Angeles" replaced "St. Louis," and the stadium name read "Anaheim Stadium." Obviously, quite a few ...

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Roger Goodell says both Los Angeles stadium projects look good

... two Los Angeles projects are also appealing to the league, based on what he's seen of both stadium plans. Speaking to the Associated Press Sports Editors Friday, Goodell said both the Inglewood site being planned by Rams owner Stan Kroenke and the ...

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