Combine takes center stage

Posted Mar 4, 2018

If you missed anything this week, we have you covered with our weekly recap.

A look back at all the Steelers news during the week.


Backs to the future

Another crop of impact runners is coming.

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Dobbs makes reading fun for kids

Joshua Dobbs had as much fun as the kids taking part in Read Across America.

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Tuitt: 'I hated it'

Find out what it was that Stephon Tuitt hated.

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Labriola on tanking in the NFL, tap dancing

It's prevalent in other sports, but could tanking actually work in the NFL?

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'His legacy will live on forever'

Dan Rooney was honored by the Fritz Pollard Alliance for his commitment to equal opportunity.

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Their 15 minutes of fame

The NFL Scouting Combine gives teams a short window to get to know prospects.

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Porter: 'I was mad'

Joey Porter believes in going through all the workouts at the Combine.

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Asked and Answered: March 1

With Joe Haden, Artie Burns, and Cam Sutton set on the roster, could you see the Steelers going with the best player available and drafting a cornerback in the first round if one were to fall through the cracks?

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Colbert speaks definitively from the podium

GM Kevin Colbert talked about Shazier in '18, trading Martavis, and the status of Le'Veon's deal.

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'Shocking' news for Ward at the Combine

The Combine was an eye-opening experience for Hines Ward.

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Heyward gives insight into the Combine

Cameron Heyward wasn't able to take part in drills at the Combine, but did the interviews.

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A look at Combine participants

The NFL Scouting Combine will take place in Indianapolis.

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Asked and Answered: Feb. 27

Do you think Le’Veon Bell will get a long term deal, or will he get another franchise tag? And will they sign Chris Boswell?

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Dupree: 'The Combine was dreary'

It's safe to say Bud Dupree wasn't a huge fan of the NFL Scouting Combine.

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Dan Rooney's life and legacy to be celebrated

Duquesne University and The Ireland Funds will host a day-long symposium honoring Rooney.

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Steelers-By-Position: O-Line

Four of the five starting offensive linemen are under contract beyond the 2018 season.

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teelers' auction benefits a great cause

Steelers' fans can bid on jerseys of legendary players to benefit the Chuck Noll Foundation.

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