Hartwig joining AFC North Rival?
Roethlisberger saves Steelers *Great players deliver in clutch situations and Ben Roethlisberger did exactly that as the Steelers franchise quarterback threw for a team record 503 yards and saved the Steelers season with a 19 yard game winning touchdown pass to wide receiver Mike Wallace as time expired. Roethlisberger’s heroics against Green Bay was one
By Mike Bires There have been at least two media reports saying that Troy Polamalu might play Sunday for the Steelers. That couldn’t be further than the truth. In fact, around 1 p.m. Thursday as the Steelers headed to the practice field, Polamalu, the Steelers’ star strong safety, limped into the cafeteria at team headquarters.
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By Mike Bires Photo: David Hague – Inside Pittsburgh Sports PITTSBURGH _ Just two days before the 2009 season opener, the Steelers found time to sign one more of their players entering the last year of his contract. The lucky guy is center Justin Hartwig.
LATROBE – Although the apology wasn’t needed, Ben Roethlisberger has apologized to his teammates. The Steelers star quarterback didn’t offer an apology for anything he did. Instead, he apologized for the intense media attention the team is getting at training camp regarding his legal issues.
TIOPS Steelers Insider Mike Bires tells me starting center Justin Hartwig has indicated speculation that he broke his toe this month are “totally false”.
The Latest Steelers Buzz A numbers of talent evaluators around the league believe the 09 Steelers will be the best Steelers team of the decade. That is saying a lot, considering the Steelers have won two Super Bowls this decade but it is a strong argument. Holmes motivated to have a big year * Santonio
NFL: Steelers, Rosenhaus to continue discussions in the coming weeks about an extension for Justin Hartwig
Drew Rosenhaus the agent for the starting center Justin Hartwig approached the Steelers in early May about an extension for Hartwig who enters the 2009 season with one year remaining on his two year – $4 million deal he signed last year. With Max Starks and Heath Miller at the top of the Steelers wishlist,
By Mike Bires James Harrison didn’t want to talk to the media Wednesday. He’s apparently tired of explaining why he’s not accompanying his teammates to the White House on Thursday. The star linebacker probably also wanted to avoid questions about his uneasiness when flying in an air plane. That angle was brought up in some