How many weeks in a row can I post a photo to our live file with Vance McDonald dragging, plowing, leaping, stiff-arming, etc., an opponent before finally just calling him a tank?
While an arena full of Penguins' fans was looking up to Phil Kessel, I was looking down at him.
When I posted a photo of the defense celebrating and posing in the end zone in Tampa, Fla., it wasn't exactly met with complete optimism. When I led Sunday's Best...
Those familiar with my hockey coverage are pretty used to seeing it in a certain way ... or from a certain position.
Jake Guentzel isn't necessarily a large human being. When he's on the ice, just on the other side of the dasher boards and glass, he seems so slight in an open...
I imagine that I felt pretty similar to Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown when No. 84 hauled in his touchdown catch.
Sometimes I've got a great story to go with the photo I lead off with. Other times ... other times there just isn't really an explanation.
I posted up in the north end zone of Raymond James Stadium, turned to Theo and said, "the Steelers need a turnover so they come celebrate by you and I...
Last season, when Trevor Daley came back to Pittsburgh the first time, he got the full treatment.
Ten goals in a hockey game is ... a lot of goals. Excluding any All-Star Game gambling, I'd say 10 goals is considerably north of the average game's over-under.
For the second week in a row, the Steelers' hopes for a win have come down to a special teams play in a game's closing moments.
T.J. Watt sprinted straight toward me with his arms out and mouth agape.
Dejan Kovacevic and I talk a lot. We cover each team together, we travel together and we often ride together to and from venues.
The same as I did last season, I'll be here after each Steelers game, home and away, bringing a collection of my favorite — and best — photos from each...
One day each summer, the storied Pittsburgh Steelers descend into Saint Vincent College and nestle into the hills of Latrobe for a camp's worth of weeks.
Hockey season is here.
Antonio Brown stood at the front of the receivers as he does during every 'individual' drill at Steelers practice.
If you've followed the Pirates at all this season, you've surely noticed the "car driving" celebration when someone drives in a run or lands extra bases.