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James Harrison Didn't Sack Michael Vick Because He Was "Worried More About A Fine" Updated Oct 9, 2012
Since the NFL instituted its "more significant discipline" for shots to the head two years ago, James Harrison has been a remorseless re-offender. He's been fined six times under the new protocol, and he's seemingly bitched about it just as of…
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  • Roethlisberger says he didn’t call the Eagles dirty Oct 9, 2012
    Apparently Willie Colon now has more to apologize for than his four holding penalties. Colon said Monday that his teammate Ben Roethlisberger thought the Eagles “were going after his head,” but his quarterback circled back Tuesday to deny that. “I j
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  • AFC North Game Balls: Week 5 Oct 9, 2012
    We're handing out game balls after Week 5 and this is who's getting them: OFFENSE: Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers. He gets the game ball after throwing for a season-low 207 yards. But numbers have never defined Roethlisberger. He drove the Steelers down t…
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  • Steelers, Ravens actually agree on an issue Oct 9, 2012
    Congratulations, Philadelphia Eagles. You've actually done something that doesn't happen around here often -- you got AFC North rivals to come together on an issue. The Steelers joined the Ravens in saying that the Eagles cross the line too often during…
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  • On the Steelers: Penalties on Tomlin's list of corrective measures Oct 9, 2012
    The Steelers are near the bottom of the league in penalty yards, and Mike Tomlin says it has to stop now.
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  • Cook: Willie Colon worked through deficiencies Oct 9, 2012
    Winning drive in fourth quarter took away some of the sting of four holding calls against Steelers guard Willie Colon.
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  • Video - Steelers' Ryan Clark one-on-one 04:19

    Steelers' Ryan Clark one-on-one

    Oct 9
    Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark joins "Around the League" to talk about how the defense will cope without star safety Troy Polamalu.