Diontae Johnson played most of the 2019 season with a sports hernia. Now healthy, he looks forward to 2020 and playing with Ben Roethlisberger.
Football season never ends for me. If it’s not getting ready for the NFL Draft, it’s reviewing film across the league, so I’m familiar with different things I might’ve missed...
Just made my weekly hit on 105.9 the X, talking Steelers with Mark Madden.
Former Steelers cornerback and two-time Super Bowl winner Bryant McFadden discusses Troy Polamalu, the current Steelers defense and more.
In this episode of Morning Java, Ramon Foster and I talk about his relationships with his fellow offensive linemen and, my goodness, this was fun.
With 10 of 11 starters back on defense, and a full season under his belt, Minkah Fitzpatrick is bullish on the Steelers in 2020.
Being successful in life sometimes comes down to chasing a dream as much as you possibly can.
With New York, New Jersey and California making concessions to allow the return of professional sports, teams could open minicamps in June.
Not a whole lot bugs me on social media. And that goes double for stuff that isn't aimed directly at me.
Mike Tomlin is now one of just four minority head coaches in the NFL. He'd like to see the league find ways to change that.
In this episode of Morning Java, Chris Carter and I talk about Memorial Day, movies, TV shows.
It's Memorial Day and there's plenty of people out there who deserve our thanks. Oh, and there are plenty of questions about the Steelers.
New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Sunday that professional sports teams in the state would be permitted to hold training camps.
Steelers running back James Conner is officially four years cancer-free as of May 23, 2020, and he took some time to reflect on that.
When and where you play an opponent is just as important as what time of day in the NFL.
Even though there is no official NFL pronouncement, the Steelers are only making half of their individual tickets available to comply with social distancing rules.
Despite earning first-team All-Pro status in 2019, Minkah Fitzpatrick was left off the top-100 players of 2020 list by CBS Sports. He's not happy about it.