Shazier, TDs, Conner, Eli and more

Posted Feb 25, 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.


Steelers-By-Position: WRs

Antonio Brown, Martavis Bryant, and JuJu Smith-Schuster make up a formidable trio.

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Labriola on patience, Colbert, more Ben

Back in early 2004, the Steelers showcased their historical patience with their coach at the time.

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Rogers: 'I didn't think anything was wrong'

Eli Rogers went from thinking he was fine to an offseason of rehabbing his knee.

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Zereoue: 'That was special to me'

Amos Zereoue shared what his time with the Steelers was like.

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Chuck Noll Foundation announces grants

Pittsburgh region scores high in traumatic brain injury research.

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Asked and Answered: Feb. 22

How much extra (overall) revenue does winning a Super Bowl bring to a franchise?

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Colbert, Stallworth honored by Dapper Dan

Kevin Colbert and John Stallworth were among the top honorees at the Dapper Dan Dinner.

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Shazier: 'I've gotta get back'

Ryan Shazier opened up about his future on a podcast with Roosevelt Nix.

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Steelers-By-Position: OLBs

The job description for a Steelers OLB has changed drastically since Mike Tomlin was hired in 2007.

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Conner working his way back

James Conner is spending the offseason getting healthy, and improving his game.

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Asked and Answered: Feb. 20

Of the new coaches, I think the biggest asset will be Tom Bradley with his proven track record on defense. I feel he can make a huge impact and can also help defensive coordinator Keith Butler in various areas.

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Steelers-By-Position: TEs

The trade for Vance McDonald brought the team a player they believe can be a No. 1 tight end.

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One of the best ever called it quits

The best tight end in Steelers' history called it quits on this day in 2016.

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