Weekly Recap

Roster moves; Burns chats; local ties

A look back at all the news from the week.

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Steelers hope competition catches on at wide receiver.
Martavis Bryant was conditionally reinstated from suspension two days before the NFL Draft, but the Steelers went ahead and selected a wide receiver on the second round, anyway.


The Steelers made a couple of roster moves yesterday, and Joe Greene wrote a book.
The Steelers made a couple of roster moves yesterday, neither one all that surprising, but both of them sad in a way.


Roster moves continue as Ladarius Green was released and Terrell Watson signed.
The Steelers let go of another veteran when they released tight end Ladarius Green, with the designation failed physical. Earlier in the day the team released veteran long snapper Greg Warren.


Greg Warren was as reliable as they come for 12 seasons.
The Steelers released one of their longest-tenured players on Thursday when they waived long snapper Greg Warren, with the designation of failed physical.


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Artie Burns talks about the challenges of playing cornerback.
Artie Burns understands what it means to play cornerback, and this past year he learned even more what it means to play the position in the NFL. It's a position where there is little to no margin for error, and when something does go wrong, people are sure to let you know about it.


Another installment of Bob Labriola answering your questions about the Steelers and the NFL.
Which running back in Steelers history do you think was the best?


The Steelers signed second-round draft pick JuJu Smith-Schuster.
The Steelers signed second-round draft pick JuJu Smith-Schuster to a four-year contract.


The Steelers offseason roster continues to undergo changes.
The Steelers continue to make roster moves, signing undrafted rookie free agent quarterback Bart Houston, and bringing back receiver Canaan Severin.


Steelers hope draft bolstered rush, coverage.
The Steelers drafted athletes to develop and with an agenda toward improving their defense in 2017.


Donnie Shell was a fan of the Steelers before he even played for the team.
His nickname was "The Torpedo," one befitting of his closing speed and willingness to launch himself at anyone with the ball.


Matt Galambos and Phazahn Odom were signed after rookie minicamp.
Before the Steelers kicked off their three day rookie minicamp, Coach Mike Tomlin addressed the group, including the 20 plus players who attended on a tryout basis.


While things started off slow for Artie Burns last season, it quickly picked up.
In a little over a week the Steelers will draft a new rookie class, players who will come in with unbridled enthusiasm, anxious to make an impact on their new team.


Another installment of Bob Labriola answering your questions about the Steelers and the NFL.
Thank you for Asked and Answered. I have learned so much, and I always have a smile, if not a giggle, as I read. What I am writing about is a favor. If you see Cam Heyward, would you thank him for sharing his birthday with us? So uplifting and so needed.


Rookie free agents from the Pittsburgh area are proud to wear the black and gold.
For several of the Steelers undrafted rookie free agents, reporting to work for minicamp this weekend meant not having to stray too far from home.


A look back at rookie minicamp and what the players were talking about.
T.J. Wattcame into minicamp physically prepared for whatever was thrown as the team's No. 1 draft pick.

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Phase two of the Steelers offseason workout program is underway.


Check out the greatest photos of Pittsburgh Steelers LS Greg Warren.


See who has worn jersey No. 83 in Steelers history


Phase two of the Steelers offseason workout program is underway.


Exclusive look at No. 1 draft pick T.J. Watt in his Steelers uniform for the first time.

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