A petition asking the Penguins to change their goal song to Mac Miller's "Party on Fifth Ave." is picking up steam.
Making his first career start at free safety, Sean Davis held down the middle of the field. He wants to continue that moving forward.
According to reports, Steve Yzerman has stepped down as the general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning, a team favored to win the Stanley Cup this season.
Joey Porter Jr., a four-star cornerback from North Allegheny High School, became the fourth No. 1-ranked Pennsylvania recruit for Penn State in the last four years.
Adam Frazier's search began with a message to Brian Esposito, the manager at Triple-A Indianapolis, hours after learning of his demotion to the minors June 10.
I watched a good bit of the game referenced in this strip on YouTube and, boy, it really drove home how aesthetically hideous baseball was in the 1970s and '80s.
The Steelers had seven sacks in their season opener after leading the NFL in sacks in 2017. Keith Butler drew up various blitz looks that drew the matchups that favored...
When either Sidney Crosby or Evgeni Malkin slumps, and the rest of the Penguins are faring just fine, that's the perfect problem to have.
All-Pro guard David DeCastro suffered a fractured right hand in Sunday's 21-21 tie against the Cleveland Browns.
After giving up 28 points in the fourth quarter against Appalachian State, the Penn State defense was left searching for answers.
I asked Marcus Gilbert to take a look at my iPhone screen. I wondered if maybe this wasn't the best time.
If Joe Haden's minor hamstring injury keeps him out of Sunday's home opener against Kansas City, Cameron Sutton is ready to step in.
Turns out Myles Garrett never should have been assessed a roughing the passer penalty in the second quarter of Sunday's game in Cleveland.
Welcome to the third edition of Stats ‘N’ At, a weekly feature that takes a deep dive into the numbers that define the Pittsburgh sports scene. Over the years, some...
Enjoy him, Pittsburgh. Every day. Every game. Every shift.
The Steelers turned the ball over six times but didn't lose. But they most certainly did not win, either.
Steelers blow a 21-7 lead and settle for a 21-21 tie in a sloppy regular season opener at Cleveland.
T.J. Watt sprinted straight toward me with his arms out and mouth agape.