This is the November 21, 2012 news archive. View today's Steelers rumors and news.
Newly inked WR Plaxico Burress spoke to the media for the first time on Wednesday as the Steelers prepare for the Browns Sunday in Cleveland. “I want to just kind of add a different wrinkle to this offense,” Burress said Wednesday. “Get down there iShare Tweet
Antonio Brown returns to practice for Steelersprofootballtalk.com Nov 21, 2012There’s nothing like the arrival of a veteran receiver to help speed the healing of a young receiver’s ankle. A day after the Steelers signed Plaxico Burress, Antonio Brown practiced for the first time since spraining an ankle 17 days ago. Brown, theShare TweetIt's that time of year when players and coaches are asked what they are thankful for. The standard response is children, wives or the opportunity to play in the NFL. One time, I heard a player say it was his car. But Colts interim coach Bruce Arians del…Share TweetEven with the Pittsburgh Steelers down to 37-year-old Charlie Batch and newly signed Brian Hoyer at the quarterback position, few are giving the 2-8 Cleveland Browns much of a chance to upset the 6-4 Steelers this Sunday at Cleveland Browns Stadium. The…Share Tweet
David DeCastro returns to practiceprofootballtalk.com Nov 21, 2012The Steelers may be running low on quarterbacks, but they got an offensive lineman back at practice on Wednesday. Guard David DeCastro, their first-round pick in April, has been cleared to return to practice. DeCastro has been out since tearing his MCL …Share TweetESPN.com Nov 21, 2012Ed Reed is thankful his one-game suspension for his hit on the Steelers' Emmanuel Sanders last Sunday was overturned on appeal but he's not happy that he still has to pay a $50,000 fine.Share Tweet
Countdown Daily AccuScore: PIT-CLENov 21Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Steelers-Browns
Will Ray Rice Regret Terrible Towel Taunt?Nov 21Jason Taylor, Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss Ray Rice wearing a Terrible Towel on his head after the Ravens beat the Steelers.