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Watt injury, Chickillo's status leaves Steelers thin at OLB

Sign me up for a 17 game schedule. Steelers vs. Eagles. Annual rivalry game. At Beaver Stadium. It would be huge.

"I want to extend a heartfelt thank you to the Patriots’ entire coaching staff, and to all their players for what they’ve done this season. They’ve taken the sting right out of an ugly 2-4 start for the Steelers." @ChrisMuellerPGH 

Steelers' LB Anthony Chickillo Arrested for Allegedly Assaulting Star Athlete GF

Thought: With the NFL trade market exploding, the Steelers should STILL consider trading Bud Dupree. Won't be back next year. If you can get a 2nd round pick, or even a 3rd, you pull the trigger. Sell high on Alvin.

Kevin Gorman's Take 5: Mike Tomlin sees fine line between Steelers and Dolphins (Via TribLive)

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Ryan Shazier was told he had a 20% chance of walking again. Sunday, he was catching balls on the field during Steelers warm ups 🙌 (via @TDavenport_NFL )

Sources: The #Steelers  are closing in on a deal to send star WR Antonio Brown to the Buffalo #Bills . There it is.

TRADE: Steelers are trading a 2020 first-round pick to the Dolphins for DB Minkah Fitzpatrick, league sources tell ESPN.

Patriots tried to trade for Antonio Brown in March, but Steelers did not want to trade him to a rival. So instead of having to give up a pick or picks for him in March, Patriots get Brown without having to compensate another team in September.

Antonio Brown woke up today in Oakland, in a feud with the Raiders that ended in his release. He will end his day as a Patriot, getting ready to watch his new team square off Sunday night vs his former Steelers' team. It took the NFL 100 seasons to produce a story like this.

Former Steelers’ RB Le’Veon Bell plans to sign with…the New York Jets, a league source tells ESPN

Steelers' safety Mike Mitchell had a lot to say today (via @MarkKaboly ) *NSFW*

Steelers now listening to trade offers for RB Le’Veon Bell, league sources tell ESPN.

No Steelers were on the sideline during the anthem. LT Alejandro Villanueva, a veteran who served in the Army, stood near the tunnel.

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