Villanueva struggled at times, but his last two seasons have been some of the best work of a Steelers' left tackle in a long time. Villanueva has mostly nullified Garrett...
Steelers offensive line coach Shaun Sarrett has a fancy nickname — and it's James Harrison's fault everyone knows about it.
Does winning up front still matter in the NFL? The Steelers seem to think so, as they've invested heavily in their offensive and defensive lines.
I'm calling my shot; that player will be T.J. Watt. After a good start with seven sacks in 2017 and almost doubling that with 13 sacks in 2018, Watt looks to...
The Pirates’ best chip as the July 31 trade deadline starts to appear on the horizon is undoubtedly Felipe Vazquez. Front office executives and scouts I have talked to unanimously...
Steelers' rookie linebacker Devin Bush was honored on Thursday as the Male Athlete of the Year at Michigan.
Steelers rookie Benny Snell is cherishing every second at the NFL level — and he can't help but smile at how it all unfolded.
Davis being switched to free safety was a result of multiple factors. He showed he could play the pass and fight through combat catch situations to force drops from receivers,...
In this first episode of 'Halftime Adjustments', Alby Oxenreiter and I discuss a bunch of Steelers/Penguins/Pirates topics for a half-hour.
Other positions get more publicity as the toughest to play in sports, but returning punts in the NFL is no easy task.
Datelines can be tricky. I'm going with the final destination for the Alaska Airlines flight carrying Dave Molinari and me across the continent today to the NHL Draft.
Back in 2017 the Steelers had enough confidence in Burns to leave him on an island in coverage just like they did with Joe Haden. Burns had shown quick development to...
Kevin Newman's 2018 cup of coffee in the majors was the equivalent of three-day-old, half-drank Starbucks with a bunch of grinds at the bottom of the cup.
Samuels caught 26 passes on 29 targets for 199 yards with three receiving touchdowns in 2018. The vast majority of those targets came as screen passes or quick dump offs...
In this episode of Morning Java, brought to you by GetGo Cafe+Market, Dale Lolley and I talk Steelers.
Steelers rookie Sutton Smith is eager to throw on the pads and play football — whether that's on defense, offense or special teams.
Justin Tucker, arguably the best kicker of all time, almost joined the Steelers instead of the Ravens. Here's what happened.
The Steelers are done with their offseason program. They're off until July 25, when training camp opens. But there are still plenty of questions to answer.
He has is critics and his faults, but Mike Tomlin compares well to his peers not named Bill Belichick.
A quick glance over Tuitt's stat sheet show a player that's playing well but isn't elite. Tuitt's contract screams for a player that produces elite results to justify its huge...
On the latest episode of our news partner WPXI-TV’s ‘Subway Final Word’ Sunday night, I was joined on panel by Mark Madden and John Steigerwald. The host: Chase Williams.
Steelers rookie defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs hears the talk about the 'speed of the NFL' — but he's not fazed so far at all.
The Steelers' top safeties are set with Terrell Edmunds and Sean Davis — but after that, it's anybody's game.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger continues to take care of his receivers — on and off the field. Ryan Switzer explains.
The Steelers are now done with their offseason program. Let's talk about what they've accomplished and where they're headed.