This is the September 26, 2012 news archive. View today's Steelers rumors and news.
There was hope that Steelers linebacker James Harrison would return after the Steelers' bye and play against the Eagles on Oct. 7. But the latest news suggests that won't be happening. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is reporting Harrison left the Steelers …Share Tweet
Anatomy of a Play - McFadden's 64 Yard Runsteelerfury.com Sep 26, 2012With the help of NFL.com's All 22 Tape, we now have the ability to view and break down a specific play frame by frame to analyze what went right, or in this case wrong. Let's take a look at Darren McFadden's 64 yard TD run against the Steelers fromShare Tweet
Hoax Website Fools Reporters Into Thinking Ben Roethlisberger Broke His Legs In A Car Accidentdeadspin.com Sep 26, 2012What you see above was the story that went screaming out on something called the Global Associated News early this morning. That the item appeared on a web page with a warning at the bottom that says "THIS STORY IS 100% FAKE" didn't stop peopl…Share TweetThe Steelers are on their bye, but that doesn't mean the AFC North blog will be taking time off from its weekly chat. With the Browns and Ravens playing Thursday night, this is almost like a pregame chat. You should know the routine by now. Chat starts …Share Tweet
AFC North in midst of identity changeThe Pittsburgh Steelers got 384 yards and four touchdowns from Ben Roethlisberger and lost at Oakland. The Baltimore Ravens needed 382 yards from Joe Flacco and every single one of their 31 points to beat New England. Is this the AFC North or the Arena …Share Tweet
Roethlisberger denies there’s a rift with Haleyprofootballtalk.com Sep 26, 2012Even though he was using Bruce Arians’ language in a no-huddle drive, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said there’s no rift between him and new offensive coordinator Todd Haley. Roethlisberger used signals to his receivers that were standard whShare Tweet
On the Steelers: Clark: 'We're too predictable'post-gazette.com Sep 26, 2012Steelers defense has some problems, and predictability is only one of them, says safety Ryan Clark.Share Tweet
Players question NFL's call on stand-in refereespost-gazette.com Sep 26, 2012Players from across the league believe the integrity of the game is at stake following three weeks of replacement referees.Share Tweet