Team Notebook: Pittsburgh Steelers
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Steelers | Decline option on Jarvis Jones
Steelers | Landry Jones could still be No. 2 QB
Steelers | James Harrison returning
Steelers | Pittsburgh re-signing Bruce Gradkowski
Steelers | Three rookies could start on defense
Pittsburgh Steelers CB Artie Burns, FS Sean Davis and DT Javon Hargrave will all have the chance to become starters in their rookie season. "I believe it's realistic," head coach Mike Tomlin said. "That's why we chose them where we chose them. But they have to earn it, and we'll give them the opportunity to do that."
Steelers | Pittsburgh expects James Harrison to play
Steelers | Invite Jacob Huesman for tryout
Steelers | Several UDFAs headed to Steel City
The Pittsburgh Steelers signed undrafted free-agents DL Johnny Maxey (Mars Hill), LB Tyriq McCord (Miami-Fla.), P Will Monday (Duke), DL Giorgio Newberry (Florida State), RB Christian Powell (Colorado), TE David Reeves (Duke), TE Jay Rome (Georgia), OL Quinton Schooley (North Carolina State), WR Canaan Severin (Virginia) and DL Devaunte Sigler (Jacksonville State) to undisclosed deals Saturday, April 30.
Steelers | Artie Burns becomes a Steeler
Steelers | Le'Veon Bell appears to be on track
Steelers | Pittsburgh not pursuing Josh Norman
Steelers | Le'Veon Bell part of initial drug testing
Steelers | Devontae Booker visits Pittsburgh
Steelers | Bruce Gradkowski could return
Free-agent QB Bruce Gradkowski (Steelers) is still an option for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but the team wants to see him throw before they sign him. Gradkowski missed the entire 2015 season because of a shoulder injury.
Steelers | Maurkice Pouncey attends training
Steelers | Brian Hoyer of interest to Pittsburgh
Steelers | William Jackson an option for Pittsburgh?
Steelers | Pittsburgh interested in Brian Hoyer
Steelers | Cortez Allen cut
Steelers | James Harrison considering retirement?
Pittsburgh Steelers LB James Harrison said "retirement sounds better than ever" because the Steelers play on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day this year. Harrison is believed to be returning for his 14th season, but statements like these could leave him on the fence.
Steelers | Pittsburgh looking to upgrade D-line
Alabama DT A'Shawn Robinson and Baylor DT Andrew Billings have visited with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and head coach Mike Tomlin said the team is interested in adding a good player along the defensive front with the 25th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Steelers | Pittsburgh visits with more DBs
Ohio State SS Vonn Bell, Clemson S T.J. Green, Auburn CB Jonathan Jones and North Carolina Central CB Ryan Smith met with the Pittsburgh Steelers Thursday, April 7, and they met with Florida State FS Keanu Neal, Boise State S Darian Thompson and Temple CB Tavon Young Wednesday, April 6.
Steelers | DeAngelo Williams cleared
Steelers | James Harrison expected to play in 2016
Pittsburgh Steelers LB James Harrison is expected to return for the 2016 season. He has been in Arizona doing through a rather strenuous routine to stay in shape for the new season, and beat writer Ed Bouchette said that while Harrison hasn't given a definitive answer, Harrison isn't likely working so hard just to retire.
Steelers | Donte Whitner could be on radar
Free-agent SS Donte Whitner (Browns) could be a player the Pittsburgh Steelers discuss, but at 30 years old the team might also feel they want to get younger at the position and Whitner does not offer much of an upgrade.
Steelers | Ben Roethlisberger shedding weight
Steelers | Jerald Hawkins visits Pittsburgh
Steelers | Hosting Jeremy Cash
Steelers | Ricardo Matthews signs
Steelers | Contract details for Steven Johnson
Steelers | Hosted Mike Martin
Steelers | Jack Crawford to visit
Steelers | Big Ben has several more prime years
Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger has several more prime years, according to general manager Kevin Colbert. Roethlisberger averaged 330 passing yards per game in 12 games last year. "Ben's a franchise quarterback," Colbert said. "We still have, you know, we think three to four more good years in his prime. We're excited to see what he can do in that time period and what we can do to help him be successful."
Steelers | Stefen Wisniewski visits
Steelers | Steven Johnson to Pittsburgh
Steelers | Hosting Geoff Schwartz
Steelers | Ladarius Green to stretch the field
Pittsburgh Steelers TE Ladarius Green will give the team a vertical threat at the position that retired TE Heath Miller didn't give them. "He'll bring us a dimension at tight end that we really haven't had," general manager Kevin Colbert said. "Heath was a great receiver, a great blocker. He wasn't really a stretch the field guy. Ladarius gives you that added dimension of speed, he'll have to work on his blocking to get caught up to where we need him to be. But the speed and vertical threat at tight end is really something we haven't had."
Steelers | No rush on James Harrison decision
Pittsburgh Steelers LB James Harrison has all the time he needs as he prepares for what the Steelers expect will be his 14th season in the NFL. Head coach Mike Tomlin said he doesn't need a timetable from Harrison.
Steelers | Pitt's No. 2 WR job up for grabs
The Pittsburgh Steelers' No. 2 wide receiver job is up for grabs between WRs Markus Wheaton, Darrius Heyward-Bey and Sammie Coates this year, according to head coach Mike Tomlin. Wheaton seems like the favorite for the spot, but Tomlin also sees Coates as a potential breakout candidate in 2016.
Steelers | Maurkice Pouncey has no limitations
Steelers | Pittsburgh eyeing cornerbacks in draft
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said that the team has been tracking cornerbacks as they attend pro days ahead of the 2016 NFL Draft. "We can't say we'll take a cornerback first, second or third," Colbert said. "But there are enough that we should be able to get one."
Steelers | Ryan Harris to battle for starting job
Steelers | Pittsburgh confident in Sammie Coates
Pittsburgh Steelers WR Sammie Coates will be one of the next men up in light of WR Martavis Bryant's year-long suspension for violating the NFL' substance abuse policy. There is no urgency to sign or draft another wide receiver, according to general manager Kevin Colbert, who said they feel good about Coates.
Steelers | Pittsburgh won't cut Martavis Bryant
Steelers | Martavis Bryant's contract unchanged