The comparisons of Steelers linebacker Devin Bush to Troy Polamalu and Ryan Shazier have been there for a variety of reasons.
It feels like just yesterday I was writing to the Steelers' receivers explaining why I had to keep doing my job while they were suffering.
The Penguins run a text-based marketing contest called "Pens Predictor" where fans of the team make numerical guesses on things such as "Which player will score first?"
Until the Steelers' 27-3 rout of the now 0-4 Bengals, I don't think I've ever shot a player catching a touchdown pass with no one else in the frame.
"A couple thousand [autographs]," Cole Tucker told me as he walked off the field following 2019's final game at PNC Park.
I've spent a lot of time in these stories talking about how it can be a fight to shoot certain games.
Most of what people will remember from the Steelers' 28-26 loss to the Seahawks is going to be the loss of four starters to injury.
This Riverhounds effort, a 1-0 win over Charleston to extend the home unbeaten streak to 23 games, felt like it could have been 4-0 to the home team.
I've looked forward to this time of year for my entire life. As a player, a fan and as a member of the media. It's hockey season.
For the first time, two teams with six Super Bowl wins faced off against each other. It wasn't possible before this week, and the NFL made sure it wouldn't wait,...
For a while now, I promised Moon Golf Club that I would come by early one morning to photograph the course, hang with him in the morning light and just...
The hardest part about covering semi-late season Pirates has nothing to do with the team's record, slump or anything having to do with the owners.
When a game features more fumbles than scores, it can be tough to put the right art to the right story.
Cole Tucker and Kevin Newman were born to man the Pirates infield together.
Dear Steelers receivers and family, I thought I'd left this feeling behind.
There was a buzz along the river Saturday in Pittsburgh, but it certainly wasn't coming from PNC Park's waterfront facility.
One of the great features of football being played when the final score doesn't mean a dang thing is the ability to spend time watching, observing faces on the sidelines.
"Who is this Devlin Hodges guy," you might ask while watching the second half of the Steelers' 30-28 win over the Buccaneers.
No matter what I do in a day, one thought never eludes me: I've watched Sidney Crosby lift the Stanley Cup from ice level.
The Steelers practice annually at Latrobe Memorial Stadium, and always under the lights.
After three Stanley Cup trophies, a slew of personal accomplishments and, most recently, becoming a bit of a polarizing figure in Pittsburgh, Evgeni Malkin has turned 33 years old.
JuJu Smith-Schuster is a character, that's for sure. He also works hard -- really hard.
After months away from the Steelers, and football in general, I have a lot of "who is this" moments when looking at my photos.
Believe it or not, this is one of the most stressful weeks of the year for me.
One of my most important jobs as a photographer is to create a snapshot of potentially important moments in Pittsburgh sports.
On Independence Day, it wasn't a continuous display of fireworks or the rugby-like physicality of a rivalry game, but a single rocket that sent Steel Army and the packed Highmark...