Rapid Roundup - Friday

  • A Golden Group (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
    It's no secret that the Steelers of the 1970s were a special group of men, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame selectors agree. Yesterday, eight former Steelers were named to the Super Bowl 50 Golden Team, including: RB Franco Harris, WR Lynn Swann and C Mike Webster on offense; DT Joe Greene, LBs Jack Ham and Jack Lambert, and CB Mel Blount on defense. Chuck Noll was chosen as the team's coach.

Take a look at a collection of photos of Chuck Noll, In one of 22 galleries featuring all Steelers Hall of Famers.

  • Tech-Savvy (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
    Former Steelers QB Charlie Batch and the company Impellia, partly established by him, will soon start making technology developed at the University of Pittsburgh to aid in the diagnosis and monitoring of knee injuries.
  • In The Right Direction (Associated Press)
    Steelers president Art Rooney II spoke about the team yesterday, touching on topics like the possibility of Pittsburgh hosting a Super Bowl, life after QB Ben Roethlisberger and the salary cap.
  • More Than A Game (Steelers.com)
    G David DeCastro's time in Hawaii has been spent doing more than just preparing for the Pro Bowl.

The best photos of G David DeCastro from the 2015 season.

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