The Steelers drew a 2017 schedule bookended by games against the Browns, a 1-15 team in 2016, a hated rival and a team with a new outlook.
For four quarters, I attempted to make running backs slamming into offensive lines a prettier image than it is. I failed.
Roster decisions aren't black and white, but some of my favorite photographs are -- especially the portrait variety.
Only a few experiences have ever really given me butterflies as a photographer. Wednesday night, though, I was full of them.
I think I've yet to attend a drama-free baseball game in 2017. OK, that's admittedly an exaggeration, but it doesn't feel like it.
This is by far the most different Sunday's Best I've chosen to put together yet, but it's one I've wanted to take on for a while.
Hockey season has ended, the football team has reported, and the 'stairway to seven' is being built.
Arrival day at Saint Vincent College could be considered a holiday for the Steelers' roster (particularly those with checkbooks that support extravagant entrances and fun).
One of the questions I receive most often is, "what's in your camera bag?"
Before I covered the Penguins, I was a fan — especially of their goaltender.
Like most children, I fantasized of being an astronaut, ballplayer or dancing from goalline to goalline with a stick in my hands and a puck at my feet.
For two days, every forecast claimed there would be thundershowers over those who showed up Downtown to celebrate the Penguins' fifth Stanley Cup.
"Please no overtime, please no overtime." It was a chant that started in my head and probably spewed from my mouth a time or two until Patric Hornqvist punished his...
"We want the Cup!" That was the cheer heard several times in Game 2 when the Penguins jumped out to a 2-0 series lead.
The Penguins dropped Game 4 to the Predators in Music City, 4-1 to even the series at 2-2.
When life gives you a bad hockey game as a photographer, you try to do something different to spice up your images.
The flight of the catfish at PPG Paints Arena came close to saving Game 1, but no bottom-feeder showed up for Game 2 to slow the Penguins.
Overtime avoided. After a 3-0 first period, it looked nearly inevitable the Predators would take Game 1 late after roaring back to tie the game