Veteran defensive end has fun at Super Bowl Media Day
Former Titans Head Coach interviewed with the Steelers late last week.
Pittsburgh beat the Browns, the Ravens lost to the Bengals and the Dolphins fell to the Jets. But the Chargers beat the Chiefs in OT to take the final playoff spot in the AFC.
Pittsburgh holds off Green Bay, 38-31, to remain in the playoff hunt after the Dolphins and Ravens lose on Sunday.
With a 30-20 win over the Bengals, the Steelers stave off playoff elimination.
The NFL has fined Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin $100,000 for interfering with play during the Steelers' Thanksgiving Day game versus the Ravens.
The Steelers fall to the Ravens, 22-20, after they can't convert a 2-point conversion to tie the game with a minute left.
With their 27-11 win over the Browns, the Steelers are 5-6 on the season and in the wild card picture.
With the Steelers' victory over the Detroit Lions, 37-27, the black and gold improve to 4-6 and are still in the hunt in the AFC North.
The Steelers safety participated to raise awareness for VFW programs.
The Steelers QB responds to the rumor that he would seek a trade at the end of the year.
Pittsburgh improves to 3-6 after the 23-10 victory.
The 55 points given up by the Steelers defense is a franchise record.
Click the video to check out some e-media extras from our interview with Dave Adams, the high school referee (and former coach/teacher) that looks like Bill Cowher.
Shaun Suisham's 42-yard field goal, his fourth of the day, lifted the Steelers to a 19-16 victory against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Pittsburgh earns a 19-6 victory over the New York Jets to improve to 1-4 on the season.
After a loss to the Vikings in England, the Steelers are 0-4 for the first time since 1968.
Andrew Duncan and his crew have been rooting on the Black and Gold since the early 80's.
The Steeler safety will cut his hair in support of Veterans in November.
Moye caught 1st career NFL touchdown in Monday night's loss at Cincinnati.
The Steelers converted just 25% of third-downs in Monday's loss to the Bengals.
After dropping a 20-10 decision to the Bengals on Monday night, the Steelers fall to 0-2 for the first time since 2002.
All 3 players on injured reserve had, or will have, surgery this week. Tomlin talks about picking up the pieces after the Steelers' week 1 loss.
The Steelers put LaRod Stephens-Howling, Maurkice Pouncey and Larry Foote on injured reserve Monday. To replace Howling, the Steelers re-signed RB Jonathan Dwyer, who was cut before the regular season.
Pro-Bowl Center Maurkice Pouncey is likely done for the season after tearing ligaments in his knee in the Steelers' week 1 loss.
Johnstown LaRod Stephens-Howling and former Penn State WR Derek Moye make the squad, while Heath Miller is activated from the PUP List
Residents will have the opportunity to see a smaller version of the Great Hall at Heinz Field.
Former Penn State tackle Mike Farrell was among the Steelers cut on Sunday.
Former Nittany Lion Derek Moye was on the receiving end of Pittsburgh's only offensive touchdown.
Coach Tomlin says all healthy running backs will play in Monday's 2nd preseason game.
Johnstown native LaRod Stephens-Howling talks about his performance in the first Steelers' preseason game of the year.
Johnstown Native LaRod Stephens Howling and former PSU WR Justin Brown talk to WTAJ from Steelers training camp.
This offensive player is currently in the hospital after being stabbed early Saturday morning.
Former Steeler James Harrison agrees to a 2-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals, according to his agent.
The Steelers open up their season at home for the first time since 2010, and Pittsburgh will play their first overseas game this year.
The Steelers All-Pro Center was in town to throw out Friday night's first pitch at the Curve game.
Steelers open the preseason by hosting the N.Y. Giants date and time TBA.
The Steelers announced today they've released linebacker James Harrison.
Former Steelers greats Jerome Bettis and Hines Ward speak at the Super Bowl about the state of the Steelers.
It was a slow first half, but the Steelers turned it on in the second half to get the 24-10 win over Cleveland, and finish the season with an 8-8 record.
Ben Roethlisberger throws an INT in the final minute of regulation, which leads to a Bengals game-winning field goal.
With the overtime loss to Dallas, Pittsburgh falls to 7-7 on the season.
Roethlisberger threw 3 touchdowns in the second half, but by then the Steelers were already down by too much.
Shaun Suisham kicks a 42 yard field goal as time expires to give the Steelers, and backup QB Charlie Batch, a 23-20 win against the Ravens.
ESPN reports that backup QB Byron Leftwich broke 2 ribs in Sunday's game against Baltimore, and will sit this Sunday against Cleveland.
QB Byron Leftwich started out well, lifting the Steelers to an early lead with a rushing touchdown, but the offense faltered and Baltimore was able to pull out the win.
Steelers release TE McCoy to make room on practice squad.
The top 2 quarterbacks from the 2004 draft class set to go head to head for the 3rd time in their careers.
Big Ben threw 3 TDs in the 27-12 victory over Washington.