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Ben Roethlisberger Has High Expectations For Rookie Tight End Pat Freiermuth

It’s hard to truly pinpoint the last time a Steelers’ rookie tight end has this much hype and anticipation surrounding his NFL debut than current Steelers’ rookie tight end Pat Freiermuth. You’d probably have to go back to the d…

Steelers’ Rookies ‘Prepared, Deserving, And Ready’ For Season Opener According to Mike Tomlin

With preseason debuts under their belts, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2021 rookie class has a decent feel to what life is like in the NFL. Gameday during the regular season is a much different beast as your every move is dissected, stadiums are packe…

Kendrick Green Has ‘Done Everything We’ve Asked Of Him’, Says Matt Canada

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ offense, outside of the quarterback and wide receiver positions, is going to look very different this year. Three of their five starting offensive linemen are new to the team, and they also have rookie starters at running back …

Joe Schobert On T.J. Watt: ‘If He’s On The Field, He’s Gonna Make A Lot Of Plays’

T.J. Watt and Joe Schobert were born in the same county of Waukesha in Wisconsin, less than a year apart. Watt was born, the youngest of three brothers, in the town of Pewaukee in October of 1994. Schobert was born in Waukesha in November of 1993. Both…

Tomlin Unconcerned With Chemistry Between Watt And Ingram, Expects Them To ‘Meet At The Quarterback’

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ front seven is somewhat in flux as they enter the 2021 regular season. Starting defensive end Stephon Tuitt, for one thing, is on the Reserve/Injured List. Alex Highsmith, a second-year player entering a full-time starting role…

Pat Freiermuth: ‘Every Rookie That’s Playing Is Deserving’

The Pittsburgh Steelers will have five rookie starting for them in their season opener against the Buffalo Bills, including seventh-round punter Pressley Harvin III. Each of their top four draft picks is projected to start for the offense this year, am…

Keith Butler Expects Bills Game To Look Like 7-On-7 Drills With Buffalo’s Passing Offense

The Buffalo Bills had nearly a 60-40 pass-to-run ratio last season, with quarterback Josh Allen alone attempting 572 passes during the year. He also accounted for over 100—about a quarter—of their total ‘rushing’ attempts. This is an offense that likes…