Veteran James Harrison has been a critical influence on the young Steelers linebackers, according to position coach Joey Porter.
The Steelers discovered his knee would take too long to heal and he could not help the team anytime soon.
Gerry takes your questions on the Steelers, on the eve of their final preseason game.
The star receiver for the Steelers, hoping for a restructured contract, comes to a compromise and receives an advance on his 2016 salary.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin says issues involve more than just four-game suspension for the wide receiver for using marijuana.
Heyward-Bey, a former first-round draft choice in 2009, has started 64 games in the NFL.
Ed takes your questions on the Steelers who play their final preseason game Thursday night at Heinz Field.
Offseason changes have not been the cure through the first four games of the preseason for the Steelers defense.
The Patriots host the Steelers Sept. 10 in the NFL's season-opening game.
Bryant will be allowed to practice with his teammates for the remainder of this week and is eligible to return Oct. 2.
Steelers trade a 2016 sixth-round pick to Jacksonville for Scobee, a fifth-round draft choice in 2004 who was their kicker for 11 seasons.
Ray takes your questions on the Steelers as the preseason enters its final week.
The Steelers will miss Martavis Bryant early this season — and even more in the future if he slips up again — so Sammie Coates must improve.
Martavis Bryant showed what the Steelers will miss for the first four games when he caught three passes for 138 yards and a TD Saturday.
Despite little practice time, Mike Vick completed four of five passes for 106 yards and a passer rating of 118.8.
Hartley's hamstring injury likely will prompt Steelers to hold another tryout; defense never gets up to speed in third preseason loss.
Moats faces his former team, the Buffalo Bills, tonight, but he seems more excited about the Steelers’ stability.
Hartley relishes hunting as much as savors kicking — and he has unusual second job as reality TV star on “Southern Chaos.”
Selfish acts by Le’Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant leave Steelers offense in the lurch for start of NFL regular season.
“As you get older each year, why not change things to get better at it?” Marcus Gilbert said.
Wide receiver who caught eight touchdowns in 10 games last year violates league drug policy; Darrius Heyward-Bey likely to fill role.
Coach Mike Tomlin holding out some hope that his starting center can return from a broken fibula before the regular season ends.
The league's annual Paw Print gala will instead be held at the CONSOL Energy Center in Oct. 31, a news release from the league said.
Although those against the quarterback have been active on social media, there are many in support of him and how he can help the team.
There is only one job available for two Steelers punters from Melbourne, Australia, but that hasn’t stopped Brad Wing and Jordan Berry.
The Steelers’ new No. 2 quarterback dodges none of the controversial issues that have plagued him in the past.
Instead of dwelling on his past, welcome Vick as the backup and hope that he can help the team win.
As expected, questions on the Pirates, Steelers and Michael Vick dominate today’s discussion with the PG sports editor.
Gerry takes your questions on the Steelers and their new backup quarterback.
With Maurkice Pouncey out and Mike Adams still recovering, the offensive line is undergoing a reconstruction before the start of the season.
Steelers kicker says he is a football player first, so, of course, he would do the same thing again given the chance.
With Bruce Gradkowski out for the season, the Steelers turned to Vick as his replacement behind quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Doug Legursky made his first start at center in the 2011 Super Bowl, where the Steelers lost to the Packers.
Ed takes your questions on the Steelers including the burning one of the day -- will the Steelers sign Michael Vick?
Center Maurkice Pouncey fractured his left fibula Sunday, and the Steelers will have to adjust without his physical and mental skills.
Landry Jones shows signs he could be the Steelers’ backup quarterback instead of No. 3.
The Steelers are back from Latrobe as the preseason winds on; Ray takes your questions on what the injury bug portends for the team.
The All-Pro center went down — perhaps for the season — with a broken fibula above his left ankle that will require surgery.
For the second time in three years, Maurkice Pouncey has a season-threatening injury, forcing the Steelers to turn to Cody Wallace again.
Tyler Murphy and Shakim Phillips were a dynamic duo last season for Boston College, now they are vying for a roster spot at wide receiver.
The new South Plaza seating has space for nearly 2,700 seats.
Though the Steelers beat the Packers, 24-19, Sunday at Heinz Field, center Maurkice Pouncey suffers another serious injury.
The Steelers hired a former Carnegie Mellon professor as their analytics and football research coordinator, a newly established position.
The Steelers’ new director of analytics, Karim Kassam dug up some new statistics that put Bettis’ career in a better perspective.
Steelers defense will have its hands full with Green Bay offense Sunday afternoon at Heinz Field.
Coach Mike Tomlin wanted No. 2 draft pick Senquez Golson to experience camp before shoulder surgery, even though he could not play.
Though Bud Dupree fought them Wednesday, tackles Marcus Gilbert and Kelvin Beachum have helped the rookie improve during training camp.
The Steelers return to Heinz Field on Sunday, and Ben Roethlisberger and the first-team offense are expected to get more action.
The Steelers preseason game was moved to 1 p.m. Sunday after the Pirates-Giants game was moved to 8:05 p.m. for an ESPN broadcast.
Gerry takes your questions on the Steelers, who will wrap the Latrobe portion of training camp tomorrow.