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Steelers cut Shayne Graham, sign some CB depth

Steelers cut Shayne Graham, sign some CB depth Updated Sep 17, 2013
The Steelers didn’t need Shayne Graham Monday night, so they certainly didn’t need him Tuesday. Graham was signed last week as insurance in case Shaun Suisham wasn’t able to go because of a hamstring injury, but Suisham did. To take Graham’s roster spot…
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  • Video - Rookie report: Who tops the class? 03:10

    Rookie report: Who tops the class?

    Sep 17
    NFL Network Draft analyst Charles Davis provides his rookie report following Week 2. Which players are currently at the top of the 2013 draft class?
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    E:60: A.J. Green

    Sep 17
    E:60 profiles Bengals All-Pro receiver A.J. Green, who has juggled the hardships of losing his brother and coach to become one of the NFL's elite playmakers.
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    NFL Nation Buzz: Bengals

    Sep 17
    ESPN Bengals reporter Coley Harvey talks about how Andy Dalton looks to improve against the Packers.
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    NFL Nation Buzz: Ravens

    Sep 17
    ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley has some questions about the team's running game.

Sports Columnists

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    Sep 17
    John Clayton's mailbag: The NFC East has gotten beat up early, and its struggles were easy to foresee.
  • Don Banks: Andy Reid's return to Philadelphia a historic trip back in time

    Sep 17
    He is the only man having already made the same trip down memory lane that Andy Reid faces this week in his much-anticipated return to Philadelphia, and somewhat predictably, he predicted cheers will greet his fellow former Eagles coach Thursday night a…
  • Don't Be Fooled: The Future of Offense Is Simplicity

    Sep 17
    Stanford’s Kevin Hogan gets the offense set against Army. - (Frank DiBrango/Icon SMI) WEST POINT, N.Y. — The future of offensive football doesn’t have to be no-huddle, and it doesn’t have to be breakneck. It just has to be varied, and it has to put thou…