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T.J. Watt: Melvin Ingram is a guy I can learn a lot from

The Steelers added to their edge-rushing depth in a significant way by signing Melvin Ingram earlier this week. With one of the top players at the position already on the roster in T.J. Watt and an emerging talent in Alex Highsmith expected to start opposite him, Ingram has a chance to be plenty effective as [more]

Ben Roethlisberger got some family assistance to help him learn new Steelers offense

Ben Roethlisberger and the rest of the Steelers Offense are working through learning the offense of new coordinator Matt Canada. Despite Canada being a part of the Steelers coaching staff last year, the offense he intends to run in Pittsburgh has many differences to the system the team employed last year under coordinator Randy Fichtner. [more]

Ben Roethlisberger feels “fresher” than this time last year, arm is “really, really good”

fToday was the first day of the rest of Ben Roethlisberger‘s career. The Steelers held their first training camp practice in the 18th season of the quarterback’s career. It could be his final season, and Roethlisberger intends to do what he can to make it a successful one. For the first time since his season-ending [more]

Mike Tomlin on OL expectations: We didn’t set the bar real high last year

Change was the focus of the Steelers offensive line this offseason as they have one starter back from last year and a new position coach leading the unit into the 2021 season. That returning starter is Chuks Okorafor and he will be moving from right tackle to left tackle, so it’s pretty much an entirely [more]

Steelers re-sign Calvin Bundage

A few days ago, the Steelers cut undrafted linebacker Calvin Bundage as part of their moves to create roster spots for edge rusher Melvin Ingram and offensive lineman Chaz Green. But now, Bundage is back. Pittsburgh announced Bundage had re-signed with the club on Tuesday, just before the start of the first training camp practice. [more]

Steelers linebacker Vince Williams retires

Steelers linebacker Vince Williams has announced his retirement, just before the start of training camp. “Vince Williams notified us today that he will retire from the game of football,” Steelers General Manager Kevin Colbert said in a statement. “We respect his decision and want to thank him for his time with us as he consistently [more]

Report: Devin Bush is expected to be fully cleared for camp

Steelers linebacker Devin Bush said last month he was confident he would be “100 percent” for the start of training camp. It appears his timetable was accurate. Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports Bush is “expected to be cleared to fully practice right away.” Bush appeared in five games for Pittsburgh before his season [more]

Third-round pick Kendrick Green signs to wrap up Steelers’ draft class signings

Third-round choice Kendrick Green signed his four-year deal with the Steelers on Tuesday, his agent, Jason Bernstein, announced on social media. The Steelers now have their entire nine-player draft class under contract. The team selected Green 87th overall out of Illinois. He is expected to compete with J.C. Hassenauer and B.J. Finney for the starting [more]

Analyst Jay Whitmire leaves Steelers for Jets

Analyst Jay Whitmire has left the Steelers, Alex Kozora of Steelers Depot reports. Whitmire’s LinkedIn profile lists him as manager of football analytics for the Jets. The Steelers hired Whitmire in December 2018, and he earned a more prominent role with the team when Karim Kassam left for the Minnesota Twins in the summer of [more]

Steelers sign Chaz Green, release Jarron Jones and Calvin Bundage

With training camp around the corner, the Steelers have made a few roster moves. Pittsburgh officially announced the signing of edge rusher Melvin Ingram, whose deal was reported on Monday. The team also announced the signing of offensive tackle Chaz Green to a one-year deal. Dallas selected Green in the third round of the 2015 [more]

Melvin Ingram signing with Steelers

Apparently the visit went well. The Steelers hosted former Chargers edge rusher at their facility on Monday. Now before the close of business, the veteran has agreed to sign a one-year deal with the club, according to multiple reports. Ingram told reporter Josina Anderson that he was heading out of town after completing the deal. [more]

21 NFL teams will hold joint practices in August

The NFL released the entire schedule of joint practices, and 21 teams will have at least one practice with another team. Only Washington, the Lions, Saints, Seahawks, Cardinals, Chiefs, Texans, Jaguars, Bengals, Steelers and Bills will not work with another team. Seven teams — the Eagles, Giants, Dolphins, Patriots, Jets, Panthers and Rams — each [more]

Melvin Ingram visiting with Steelers

One of the league’s notable remaining free agents could be closer to finding a new team. Per NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, edge rusher Melvin Ingram is visiting with the Steelers on Monday. Ingram had spent the entirety of his nine-year career with the Chargers, but was not re-signed following the 2020 season. He played seven [more]

Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger closing in on Brett Favre’s all-time record for times sacked

Tom Brady has re-written the NFL’s record book, but he’ll likely soon own a record he’d rather not have — unless Ben Roethlisberger gets to it first. That record is the NFL’s all-time record for times sacked. Brett Favre owns the all-time record with 525 times sacked in his career, but Brady is right behind [more]

Alan Faneca using his Hall of Fame enshrinement to push for Hines Ward to join him

Former Steelers guard Alan Faneca will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame next month, and that’s giving him a platform to try to get his old teammate, wide receiver Hines Ward, a bust in Canton. Faneca has chosen Ward to introduce him at the enshrinement ceremony, and Faneca used a Hall of [more]

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