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Back home again in New York, Kentucky Derby winner Orb is the horse to beat in the Belmont Stakes. Orb was made the 3-1 morning-line favorite in a field of 14 entered for Saturday's final leg of the Triple Crown at Belmont Park, and trainer Shug...
Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace took to Twitter (@Wallace_17daKid) Monday night in an attempt to clear up recent comments he thinks have been taken out of context. Apparently people are claiming he’s been taking shots at his former team, the...
There is no hesitation from Carson Palmer, no hedging when asked to characterize his career as an NFL quarterback. "Unfulfilled," he said by phone from Arizona Cardinals mini-camp last week. "I've had a ton of experience. I've played in every type of...
Tags: Super Bowl, Football, Peyton Manning, Carson Palmer, Matt Flynn
Ben Roethlisberger didn't entirely like the offense, its nuances and terminology. Neither did some of the assistant coaches. Most of all, Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley didn't totally like it, either. So, after the Steelers tumbled into the...
The Pittsburgh Steelers aren't used to this. They've gathered in the spring more times to celebrate Super Bowl victories in the White House than they have talking about a chip on their shoulders for a losing season. At 8-8, they technically didn't have a...
Mike Wallace, the Dolphins' speedy new wide receiver, apparently likes what he sees from quarterback Ryan Tannehill in passing drills. Wallace, who signed with the Dolphins from Pittsburgh, didn't dare put Tannehill in the same class as Steelers...
On Wednesday, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel wrote about how it is now a close call when debating which quarterback is the AFC North's best: the Ravens' Joe Flacco or the Pittsburgh Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger. To accompany the post, we...
Tags: Politics, Joe Flacco, Football, Baltimore Ravens, Sports
No For more reasons than one, this was a critical draft for Pittsburgh. The team — coming off a disappointing 8-8 finish short of the postseason — can't afford to rebuild. No way. Not with its franchise quarterback rapidly approaching the...
Tags: Super Bowl, Todd Haley, Football, NFL Draft, Sports
AP Sports WriterPITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers spent last season flip-flopping between big running backs, small running backs, ones who could catch and ones who could run, with varying levels of success. Offensive coordinator Todd Haley believes...
The most anxiety-fueled, suspenseful, nerve-wracking, emotional and ultimately explosively joyful day of the year is coming this week for anyone who represents prospects for this year's National Football League Draft. The long "second season" of All-...
The Ravens won’t get their season-opening home game, like reigning Super Bowl champions have for the last decade. But they will play four prime-time games, including a Thanksgiving night showdown at home against the rival Pittsburgh Steelers, and...
Daily Press and Virginia Gazette reportsAs usual, this year's Nike Colonial All-Pro Football Camp at William and Mary is scheduled to include some of the National Football League's biggest stars. Tribe coach Jimmye Laycock announced Tuesday that quarterbacks Matt Ryan of the Atlanta Falcons,...
Tags: Atlanta Falcons, Brian Urlacher, Football, Tim Tebow, Tom Brady
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