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Keith Butler always knew what to do on the field, and now brings that knowledge and leadership to the Steelers’ defensive coordinator role.
The offensive line hasn’t often been a strength for the Steelers, but if its performance in 2014 is any indication, that could change.
The Patriots controversy of the past week has taught us much about the procedure for NFL footballs, but there seems to be an easy fix there.
Role of Allegheny County sheriff’s lieutenant with Steelers raises questions about law enforcement moonlighting.
Former defensive coordinator changed the way defense is played in the league, and earned the respect and love of his players.
The league issued a statement today saying that the Patriots have pledged full cooperation in the probe.
The 6-3, 205-pound LSU graduate joined the Steelers on Jan. 3 last year.
League officials don't expect any action to be taken against New England before Super Bowl.
“In my entire coaching career I have never talked to any player, staff member about football air pressure,” the coach said.
The Art Rooney Award will be given annually, and this season the Steelers' Troy Polamalu is one of the eight finalists.
Art Rooney II acknowledges that the Steelers must beef up their secondary between now and next season.
Dawn D’Alessandro’s step-grandfather spent years collecting memorabilia as a locker room equipment manager for the Steelers and Pirates.
Gerry takes your questions on the Steelers with heavy discussion on the team’s defensive needs.
Ed tackles questions about deflated footballs, draft downers and Dri Archer.
Jerome Bettis has one big function before likely Hall call: A charity event that will honor his mother, who is battling breast cancer.
The questions this week range from Dick LeBeau’s departure to the Steelers’ needs for the 2015 season.
Seattle completed a mesmerizing comeback to take down Green Bay and get to the Super Bowl for the second year in a row.
New England dominated Andrew Luck and the surging Colts, setting up a Super Bowl matchup with defending champion Seattle.
Ben Roethlisberger isn't getting any younger, but the Steelers still go as he goes while the offense carries the load.
The Steelers may have to make some difficult decisions this offseason, but that doesn't mean they're in a bad spot financially.
A look at the Steelers' success and failure at the position since 2005.
The coaching carousel spins at terrifying speed these days, but logic is not the driving force.
Tomsula, the 49ers longtime defensive line coach, is a West Homestead native and played at Steel Valley High School.
Gerry fields questions about new defensive coordinator Keith Butler, the Steelers’ off-season priorities and the NFL Draft.
Ed takes your questions on the Steelers. Topics include Keith Butler, Jason Worilds and the NFL draft.
Butler, the Steelers’ linebackers coach since 2003, met Monday with Coach Mike Tomlin and finalized a three-year contract.
Decision could be announced Tuesday after linebackers coach met Monday with Mike Tomlin at the team's South Side facility.
The PG’s Steelers beat writer fields lots of questions about who’s in line to be the next defensive coordinator.
Dick LeBeau is gone, meaning whoever ends up in charge of the defense next season could have the Steelers look a bit different on that side.
Plenty of factors went into Dick LeBeau’s decision to continue coaching after being ousted as Steelers defensive coordinator.
Many new pieces are needed for next season, but the ones that return on both offense and defense inspire confidence for the 2015 Steelers.
Gerry Dulac hands out his final grades of the 2014 Steelers season, and the offense received high marks.
LeBeau, 77, just completed his 11th season with the Steelers but was asked to resign after meeting for several days with Coach Mike Tomlin.
Linebacker Terence Garvin gets contract that will pay him $580,000 and keep him from becoming a free agent.
Former Steelers running back, along with linebacker Kevin Greene, again a finalist for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Robert Mueller, however, said the league should have investigated the incident more before handing down its initial punishment.
Steelers linebackers who were No. 1 picks will have to step up next season for the defense to improve.
The PG’s Steelers beat reporter fields questions about James Harrison’s future, Ben Roethlisberger’s contract and more.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin talks of many things, but not the future of four aging defensive standouts or defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau.
The Steelers have much to fix for next season, including a couple of the aspects coach Mike Tomlin spoke glowingly of Tuesday.
Questions range from the Steelers’ off-season priorities to Pitt’s last-minute meltdown against Houston.
Roethlisberger left Saturday’s game for three plays and described his injury as whiplash; Miller left the game for two plays.
Team must decide soon whether to sign the outside linebacker or allow him to become a free agent.
Ed takes your questions on the Steelers, who head to the offseason with plenty of questions of their own.
Big Ben, Heath Miller never were deemed to have concussions by team medical staff or impartial on-site trainer and neuro-trauma expert.
Running back Le’Veon Bell said he would have been ready to play if the Steelers had advanced in the playoffs, but ’it doesn’t matter now.’
This week’s questions look back to Saturday’s loss to the Ravens and ahead to next season.
The times and faces are changing for the Steelers defense -- again, but this time it will likely be more permanent.
The ending was sour, but the Steelers took some encouraging steps this season -- even as the winds of change continue to swirl on defense.
Gerry Dulac grades the Steelers' effort in a loss to Baltimore. His overall grade: D.