Steelers president Art Rooney II says the lockout has not allowed him to speak with OLB James Harrison, whose comments in a magazine article have sparked a controversy.
Steelers OLB James Harrison is profiled in the August issue of Men's Journal, and the former Defensive Player of the Year spoke out against NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
An Atlanta Police Department report on the arrest of Steelers WR Hines Ward released Monday said that the player had glassy, bloodshot eyes and failed field sobriety tests during a traffic stop early Saturday morning.
OLB Mike Vrabel, one of the plaintiffs in the Brady et al v. the NFL antitrust lawsuit, has retired after accepting a coaching position at Ohio State.
Steelers WR Hines Ward was arrested in Georgia on suspicion of drunk driving early Saturday morning.
Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger spoke about the broken right foot that he battled through most of the 2010 season and said it has almost fully healed.
Steelers C-OG Doug Legursky's versatility and readiness were put to the test multiple times a season ago, and never more so than when the Steelers needed him most.
Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger said Tuesday he has communicated with WR Plaxico Burress and would be pleased if his former teammate rejoined him in Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported.
PFW identifies four players from the AFC North who are ready for coming-out parties in 2011 (clockwise from left) — Terrence Cody, Jermaine Gresham, Ziggy Hood and Colt McCoy.
The competition for reserve spots on the Steelers' offense should be intriguing, with quarterback, wide receiver and running back positions to watch.
Steelers rookie CB Cortez Allen's experience playing and studying at The Citadel sticks with him as he prepares for the NFL.
Hall of Fame RB John Henry Johnson died Friday in Tracy, Calif., at the age of 81. He played for the 49ers, Lions, Steelers and Oilers during his career.
It's time to assess all 32 NFL clubs as we wait for league business to resume. Today, we take a closer look at the defending AFC-champion Steelers.
One of Steelers WR Emmanuel Sanders' goals for 2011 can be boiled down to three letters oh-so-important to those who play his position: "YAC," or yards after catch.
The NFL's announcement that it plans to discipline teams this season if their players reach or surpass a certain number of illegal hits did not sit well with two star Steelers defenders.