The guessing game with two key Pittsburgh Steelers for Super Bowl XLV is over: Center Maurkice Pouncey and defensive end Aaron Smith were both declared out for the game by coach Mike Tomlin Friday afternoon.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is all business two days before the Super Bowl, and he says his team is ready.
With no change in the injury situation to two prominent starters, Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger stole the show at the Steelers’ second practice of Super Bowl week at Texas Christian University Thursday, throwing red-zone touchdown passes on four straight plays on a sharp afternoon.
Mike Tomlin isn’t Concerned About Big Ben’s Fort Worth Night Out “One Iota.”
President Barack Obama is hinting on Pennsylvania soil that he might root for Pittsburgh’s beloved Steelers when they meet Green Bay Sunday in the Super Bowl.
The coaches in the Super Bowl — Pittsburgh’s Mike Tomlin and Green Bay’s Mike McCarthy — were fairly obscure when they were hired.
A Pittsburgh hospital swaddles newborns in “Terrible Towels.” A Wisconsin man dresses up and calls himself “St. Vince,” as in Lombardi.
Pittsburgh center Maurkice Pouncey sat out practice Wednesday but still expects to play in the Super Bowl.
When it comes to scrambling, the only similarity between these Super Bowl quarterbacks is that they’re very good at how they do it.
James Harrison took a few more hard shots at the NFL.
There were nights when Antonio Brown slept in cars, at friends’ houses and anywhere he could put his head down.
This may be the first time in a long time that the Super Bowl is taking a back seat in news coverage in its host city. Although if you ask anyone involved in the big game, they’ll tell you it’s not being pushed off the front page.