Coach Mike Tomlin might turn to Brandon Boykin in secondary after the Seahawks thrashed the Steelers defense.
Tomlin said tight end Heath Miller will be monitored this week during practice. Mike Mitchell had some knee inflammation following the game.
Ed takes your questions on the Steelers who look to keep their postseason hopes alive this weekend against the Colts.
Coach Mike Tomlin confirmed that Big Ben and LB Ryan Shazier had concussions and will have to go through more tests before they can play.
Russell Wilson became the third quarterback in as many games to throw for 300 yards against the Steelers, a troubling midseason trend.
This is the time teams make their playoff push, says Steelers defensive end Cam Heyward, after a frustrating 39-30 loss to Seattle.
Former Pitt and NFL quarterback Dan Marino was honored today at Central Catholic, his high school alma mater, as part of a nationwide
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and linebacker Ryan Shazier are in the NFL’s concussion protocol.
Ray takes your questions on the Steelers after a disappointing loss yesterday in Seattle.
The more you see and hear of backup quarterback Landry Jones, the more you can tell this Steelers season has been a struggle.
The Steelers offense did its job Sunday at Seattle, but were let down by the team’s defense and some poor coaching decisions.
As the Steelers offense lost Ben Roethlisberger and one of his favorite targets, even the Seahawks couldn’t avoid the injury bug.
Marcus Wheaton had a career game with nine catches for 201 yards that included a career-long 69-yard touchdown.
In a 39-30 loss that cost the Steelers their spot as the wild-card playoff leader, Tomlin took gambles that did not work for his team.
Unlike other dual-threat quarterbacks in today’s NFL, Seahawks star Russell Wilson takes hits but continues to thrive.
Outside criticism or questioning doesn’t do much to Mike Tomlin, who’s happy to be the Steelers coach, have great players and great owners.
A look at the game within the game when the Steelers travel to Seattle today to take on their final NFC West opponent of the season.
Today will be a battle of two of the game’s best when Steelers receiver Antonio Brown tries to shake Seattle’s Richard Sherman.
Wide receiver Marcus Wheaton is the third option, at best, in most Steelers passing plays, and that’s a tough spot to be in.
Toussaint played in four games with the Baltimore Ravens last season.
While the secondary gets most of the accolades and attention, Seattle’s defensive line dictates the terms of engagement.
The Seahawks as a team are talented enough, but there also seems to be some kind of pox on the Steelers when they travel to the Northwest.
West Virginia standout turned Rams receiver Stedman Bailey was shot late Tuesday night, and several Steelers were shocked by the news.
Ben Roethlisberger, Mike Vick and Landry Jones have all started for the Steelers this season, and all three have come in in relief, too.
The Steelers enter the final stretch of the season and, after a week off, are in best health they have been since the start of the season.
A day before Thanksgiving, Gerry Dulac digs in on some fans’ Steelers questions.
Steelers in good position to get a playoff spot and don’t need any help from the outside to nail down at least a wild-card berth.
Tony Dungy and Ty Law are among the 25 football Hall of Fame semifinalists with Pittsburgh-area ties.
Mike Vick not happy about being No. 3 QB, but understands situation and wants to come back next season.
Seattle’s rebuilt offensive line poses an enigma and problems for the Steelers defense.
The stadium authority is giving the Pirates and Steelers another year to start their next development — a 250-unit residential and retail
Hall of Fame football reporter Ed Bouchette answers fans’ burning Steelers questions in his weekly chat.
Ray takes your questions on the Steelers, who return from their bye week with a six-game sprint to the finish starting Sunday in Seattle.
After 10 games, the Steelers are back in the top five in the NFL against the rush. That’s something they did only once from 2011 to 2014.
The Steelers are still allowing some big yards via the pass, but their defensive backs are playing smart, hitting hard and making plays.
A look at some of the Steelers who have been good or bad, at least based on one grading system.
WDVE-FM has been the team’s flagship station since 1999.
The offensive line has weathered the loss of center Maurkice Pouncey and left tackle Kelvin Beachum and emerged as a solid group.
The Nov. 8 incident at Heinz Field required the dog be pulled from duty, creating “an unnecessary security risk.”
Receiver Antonio Brown leads the league in receiving yards 10 games into the season as he continues to ramp up his level of play.
Roethlisberger’s 379 passing yards Sunday against the Browns were an NFL record for a quarterback who did not start a game.
Steelers rotation of four outside linebackers pays big dividends so far, especially in pass rush.
Steelers beat reporter Gerry Dulac picks the winners and losers for Week 11 of the NFL season.
Beat reporter Gerry Dulac dishes out answers to burning Steelers questions.
As part of the expansion, the Steelers have also extended their agreement with UPMC for another 15 years.
The Steelers rank way down at No. 22 in the NFL in yards allowed, yet they are fifth best in points allowed — which is all that matters.
Despite injuries, the Steelers are in great shape playoff-wise as they into their off week, which has at least one veteran thinking big.
Hall of Fame beat reporter Ed Bouchette gives the lowdown on the Steelers.
Cleveland shot itself in the foot plenty, but the Steelers defense made sure to take full advantage of it and make some plays of its own.
His overall performance Sunday was spectacular as usual, but Antonio Brown’s latest celebration got mixed reviews from two important people.