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  • Youth Movement

    by Josh Powers

    Steelers commit to starting young players after cutting Green, Warren The Steelers startled some by cutting loose veteran tight end Ladarius Green and long-time long snapper Greg Warren on Thursday. Each failed his physical. The transactions come just days after concluding rookie mini-camp on the SouthSide. Some analysts predicted the Steelers would select a tight end at the NFL draft last month considering Green’s injury history and little reliable depth at the position. Warren self-reported that a previously undisclosed injury led him and...

  • Penguins even series behind total team effort.

    by Jason McDermott

    Matt Murray fought off 24 of 26 shots he faced on Friday night to help the Pittsburgh Penguins even up the Eastern Conference Finals at two games a piece. He also fought off the tears of Marc Andre Fleury supporters as a lot of controversy surrounded Mike Sullivan’s decision to go with Murray after ONE bad game from the Flower. No matter what side of the fence you fall on, (admittedly I was a big supporter of #29 getting right back in, you rally behind the logo on the front and not the name on the back.  Here is the thing that matters. The...

  • Riverhounds receive Connor Maloney on loan

    by Rachael McKriger

    The Pittsburgh Riverhounds are borrowing another player from the Columbus Crew SC. The club announced on Friday that Connor Maloney will join the team on a match-by-match basis. The Riverhounds have a loan agreement deal with the Crew, who are their MLS affiliate. The Riverhounds already have Abuchi Obinwa and Marshall Hollingsworth on their roster from the Crew. Earlier in the season, the Riverhounds also brought in Ben Swanson and Lalas Abubakar. “Connor is someone I know well from playing against him at Penn State, and he’s always been...

Youth Movement

Posted on: May 20 2017 - 12:43pm | #0
In: Pittsburgh Steelers
Josh Powers

Steelers commit to starting young players after cutting Green, Warren The Steelers startled some by cutting loose veteran tight end Ladarius Green and long-time long snapper Greg Warren on Thursday. Each failed his physical. The transactions come just days after concluding rookie mini-camp on the SouthSide. Some analysts predicted the Steelers would select a tight end at the NFL draft last month considering Green’s injury history and little reliable depth at the position. Warren self-reported that a previously undisclosed injury led him and the Steelers to part ways, shedding some light on the head-scratching choice of Louisville’s Colin Holba in the 6th round of the draft. What the Steelers lack at tight end they more than make...

Riverhounds receive Connor Maloney on loan

The Pittsburgh Riverhounds are borrowing another player from the Columbus Crew SC. The club announced on Friday that Connor Maloney will join the team on a match-by-match basis. The Riverhounds have a loan agreement deal with the Crew, who are their MLS affiliate. The Riverhounds already have Abuchi Obinwa and Marshall Hollingsworth on their roster from the Crew....

Posted on: May 19 2017 - 4:39pm | #0
In: Pittsburgh Riverhounds
Rachael McKriger
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McKriger’s Korner: Ben right to call out lack of discipline, but he has to lead

The Pittsburgh Steelers are currently in a rut right now. The team has lost four games in a row against the Miami Dolphins, New England...

Steelers release Greg Warren

The Pittsburgh Steelers are saying goodbye to a longtime veteran. The Steelers announced on Thursday that Greg Warren would not return to the team after 12 seasons. According...

Senators dominate 1st period, win 5-1 to take series lead.

Four 1st period goals spark Ottawa to victory After splitting the first two games in Pittsburgh the Senators and Penguins head north of the border for game 3. As usual, by game three in a series story lines begin to emerge. With each passing game, the dislike for your opponent grows. The intensity seems to ratchet up with each passing period. In a series such as this where both games...

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