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 08-14-2006, 04:29 AM         #126
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I hate pit, NE Baby

 08-14-2006, 05:51 PM         #127
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I hate pit, NE Baby
thanks for ur opinion but fu*k NE!

 08-14-2006, 08:23 PM         #128
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NE fu*king sucks

 08-15-2006, 03:17 AM         #129
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Roethlisberger passes his first test
Monday, August 14, 2006

By Teresa Varley
Steelers.com



Saturday's preseason game against the Cardinals was the first test for many wearing the black and gold for the first time, but the player it was probably the biggest test for has worn the uniform before.



Ben Roethlisberger started in Arizona, playing just two months after suffering injuries when he was in a motorcycle accident.



Roethlisberger passed his test.



"He looked fine," said head coach Bill Cowher. "I liked the way he was out there. He looked good in the pocket. He made some plays."



Roethlisberger completed three of four passes for 29 yards in the one series he saw action.



"I felt really good," said Roethlisberger. "Offensively, I thought we moved the ball down the field well in our first series. We didn't get in the end zone. They did a couple of things on defense the last couple of plays that we weren't prepared for but overall I thought we did pretty well."



Roethlisberger also took his first hit of the season, and he was just fine.



"It was good he had the chance to get hit a couple of times," said Cowher. "I told him in the future though I would rather he go down than f!ght to get free. That's what happens. You get out there and don't think about those things. It was good for him to get out there and just play. From that perspective I am glad we got that out of the way."



While everyone from fans to the media were watching Roethlisberger's every move, to him, it was just another game.



"You guys make it a bigger deal than I do," said Roethlisberger. "I went out there with the guys and just treated it like a regular preseason game and I felt just as comfortable and normal as always."



But, despite the normalcy, Roethlisberger still realized how lucky he was to be playing.



"Right before kickoff it hit me to say thank you that I am able to be out here, to put on the jersey to be able to play in front of fans again two months to the day after a really bad accident," said Roethlisberger.



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Another player who passed the test against the Cardinals was rookie safety Anthony Smith. Smith, a third-round draft pick from Syracuse, had two interceptions against the Cardinals.



"Anthony Smith is a good football player," said Cowher. "He's a very natural free safety. I thought he was one kid who showed up today. Ty and Ryan were fine. We were just really bad on third down today. Our third down was atrocious today on defense."

 08-15-2006, 03:20 AM         #130
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Cowher refutes Bettis' report
Monday, August 14, 2006
By BOB LABRIOLA
Steelers.com

LATROBE, Pa. Jerome Bettis is still making an impact in Pittsburgh, but Coach Bill Cowher stepped up and stuffed the
Bus short of paydirt on Monday afternoon.

Bettis has moved from the Steelers backfield to the NBC-TV broadcast booth, where he is a member of the studio team that will cover a slate of NFL games this season, most of which will be seen on Sunday night.

Last night's preseason game in Cincinnati was Bettis' debut, and this is a portion of what he had to say about Cowher:

"I really think this is the last year for Coach Cowher in Pittsburgh, and I say that because I got the opportunity to talk to him after the season was over, when everything really settled down and he was a different coach, he was a different guy "

The Steelers had Sunday off following their Saturday preseason opener against the Cardinals in Arizona, and Cowher addressed Bettis' comments after the team's only practice on Monday.

"I did not see it, but I heard about the comments," said Cowher. "I spoke with Jerome about it today, and this will be the last time I discuss this whole matter. Jerome and I talked in March, which is about a month after the Super Bowl. There was no confidential information given. I think we were both very reflective at the time.

"He has to understand that last year was a long year, and as you get closer to training camp, time has a way of re-focusing people. There has been a lot of speculation about my future. I'm here to say once again it's purely that speculation. I don't like talking about the contract because we're in camp.

"I love coaching football. I love coaching here. There has been a lot of speculation, and I'm just going to leave it at that. I can't control the future. Again, that takes two sides. I do have two years left on a contract, contrary to what some people may think.

"Last year was a special year, and any normal person would reflect. But as the time came closer to training camp, we had five weeks off and by that fifth week I was ready for training camp. I've been very focused on getting this football team back this year, and that's where my focus is. I don't like talking about anything other than that, anything personal because it really is about our football team. Contract situations and other things take care of themselves, and I'll deflect all of that to management.

"I was very disappointed in what Jerome said, and he understands my position. I wanted to make sure he understood it, because I believe a lot of people think we've been speaking. We haven't been speaking. It was one conversation we had, and there was nothing confidential given at that time."

As a part of NBC's studio show, Bettis will be judged on his ability to provide inside information, insight and analysis. In the media business, guys often try to make a name for themselves by breaking stories. Cowher didn't accuse Bettis of anything untoward, but he also made it clear that he was refuting the report.

"He's over there (in the media), but Jerome is a good guy," said Cowher. "We've had too many good times to let something like that stand in the way. That won't come between us, trust me."

Since he was hired to replace Chuck Noll in 1992, Cowher and the Steelers traditionally have negotiated contract extensions when there were two years left on the existing deal. There was no extension this offseason, and that has led to the questions and the speculation.

"I understand it, I really do, and I understand the questions you have to ask," said Cowher. "But you guys know me. It's not going to affect my passion for this game, and time always has had a way of re-focusing people. I'll just leave it at that."

Following the 21-13 loss to the Cardinals in the preseason opener, Cowher wasn't happy with the number of mental errors, and his opinion didn't change after having a chance to watch the tape of the game.

"We did some good things the other day, but we had too many mental errors and inefficiencies on third down," said Cowher. "If people are going to use us as a barometer, we certainly have to set the barometer high.

"I liked the effort, I really did. They played hard, they ran around. We had too many mental mistakes on offense, and we were inefficient on third down on defense. Those were the two things that stood out. We had some young guys who made a good first impression, and we'll see if they can do it again next week."

INJURY UPDATE: Joey Porter did more in practice on Monday than he did last Thursday, and Cowher said he is coming along. Hines Ward (hamstring) also took part in a portion of practice, and Cowher said, "We're still going to be cautious with that." Also returning were Isaac West and Trai Ess3x. Jerame Tuman (hamstring) didn't work Chukky Okobi, who had neck surgery last Wednesday returned to campus and watched a portion of practice from the sideline.

 12 years ago '06        #131
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Going 2 Latrobe today, as long as it doesn't rain....get back when I get back.

 08-15-2006, 07:39 PM         #132
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Going 2 Latrobe today, as long as it doesn't rain....get back when I get back.
oh yeah homie let me know how it was

 08-15-2006, 07:41 PM         #133
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pittsburgh shoulda won it fu*kn 2 years ago and last year.. they got robbed of the one, shoulda won 2 ina row n this year would be its 3rd in a row, haha. just watch

 08-15-2006, 08:16 PM         #134
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 joeytwotimer said
pittsburgh shoulda won it fu*kn 2 years ago and last year.. they got robbed of the one, shoulda won 2 ina row n this year would be its 3rd in a row, haha. just watch
TRUE!!!

 12 years ago '06        #135
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 flex001 said
oh yeah homie let me know how it was
Ben was pretty sharp...Joey Porter had a nice int...Omar Jacobs & Shane Boyd looked so-so...I taped about 1 hr of practice...my sister was the one that wanted to go, so she got bout 40 pics...Between my lame a.ss notebook & being computer illiterate, if I can get the pics & vids in my imageshack account, I'll post em.

 08-15-2006, 10:41 PM         #136
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Cowher: One of our best practices
Tuesday, August 15, 2006
By BOB LABRIOLA
Steelers.com

LATROBE, Pa. The goal of every NFL team at every training camp is to get to a place where it is ready for the start of the regular season. Coach Bill Cowher has made it clear on many occasions that he doesn't believe the Steelers are anywhere close to that destination, but at least Tuesday's afternoon practice was a step in the right direction.

"I thought it was a good practice, actually one of our best practices since we've been up here," said Cowher. "There was good hitting, it was very fast-paced. I liked it."

There hasn't been too much at this camp that has drawn unqualified praise from Cowher, and he didn't go there after Tuesday's practice either. But Cowher knows he has a team that hates to lose, and even though it was just the preseason opener, the Steelers' overall performance in Arizona wasn't good.

"We're not even thinking about breaking camp," said Cowher. "We still have a ways to go up here. The biggest thing is coming off the game we just played, getting ourselves ready for the next one, and it's getting closer to the regular season. You have to be able to take it up a notch.

"We've set very high standards, and we did not get off at the level where we expect to be. That being the case, we need to prepare with that same approach, knowing where we need to be."

As for highlights from the workout, near the top of the list would be a play made by Joey Porter. In his most extensive action since coming off the physically unable to perform list late last week, Porter was in coverage on Willie Parker when Charlie Batch scrambled out of the pocket.

Parker immediately took off deep down the sideline, and Batch laid the ball up for him. But Porter stuck with his man, tracked the football and made a leaping interception. It was an All-Pro type of play by a linebacker.

"He's doing more and more each day," said Cowher. "That's the biggest thing if you're going to get back and get confidence back in that leg."

The session ended with two repetitions of the one-minute drill, and the defense kept the offense out of the end zone both times.

One of the things that disappointed Cowher about the game against the Cardinals was the defense's performance on third downs. On Tuesday, going against Batch, the first-team defense didn't even allow a first down.

After a 6-yard pass to Nate Washington, Batch was sacked by James Harrison to set up a third-and-11. The offense got 4 yards on a pass to Santonio Holmes, but on fourth down, James Farrior stopped Verron Haynes short of the sticks to turn the ball over on downs.

Omar Jacobs was next up, and this was a possession extended by some creative officiating at a couple of crucial moments, but it all was in the interest of getting some young players some quality work. But the bottom line was the defense kept the offense out of the end zone again.

"They understand where we need to be, and the fact is we aren't there, and we're really not that close to being there," said Cowher. "But we took a step in the right direction today."

CAMP NOTES: Based on what Cowher had to say after practice, Duce Staley may be seeing more carries in the next couple of preseason games.

"Duce needs to play," said Cowher. "He needs to get some carries. The last couple of days, I've seen him look like he has a better feel. The guy hasn't run the ball, outside of that one game in Green Bay, for almost two years. It's something where he just needs to play, and he understands that. We need to get him more carries in this preseason, so he gets to where he needs to be."

INJURY UPDATE: Clark Haggans was excused from practice for personal reasons. He is expected to return to work on Wednesday. Isaac West may have aggravated his knee injury. Hines Ward (hamstring), Jerame Tuman (hamstring) and Chukky Okobi (neck) were the only three players not participating on Tuesday afternoon.

 12 years ago '05        #137
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fu*k THE SQUEALERS!!!!!!!!!!

WHO DEY!!!!!!!!

 08-16-2006, 01:34 AM         #138
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 joeytwotimer said
pittsburgh shoulda won it fu*kn 2 years ago and last year.. they got robbed of the one, shoulda won 2 ina row n this year would be its 3rd in a row, haha. just watch

Explain to me how they shoulda won it two years ago?

 08-16-2006, 02:09 PM         #139
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fu*k THE SQUEALERS!!!!!!!!!!

WHO DEY!!!!!!!!

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 08-16-2006, 02:39 PM         #140
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Okobi gears up for return
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
By BOB LABRIOLA
Steelers.com

LATROBE, Pa. Chukky Okobi just smiles. If there is a perception out there that he's some kind of gridiron Lazarus, a guy whose career was left for dead only to be resurrected a day later, it's OK with him.

He understands, but he hopes everybody else understands he never saw it that way.

At the end of a Tuesday during the second week of this training camp, Coach Bill Cowher was asked about Okobi's absence from the afternoon practice, and his explanation was a somber one.

"We received some bad news. Chukky may have a herniated disc in his neck, and it could be very significant," said Cowher that day. "He could be having surgery, maybe as early as (Wednesday). It does not look good."

When pressed a little more, Cowher admitted that the injury threatened not only Okobi's 2006 season, but his career as well.

What Okobi had was a ruptured disc, and a fragment from that was pressing on a nerve causing him pain. Dr. Joseph Maroon performed the surgery that removed the fragment that was pressing on the nerve, and the pain was gone. Less than a week later, Okobi had returned to St. Vincent College and had begun running and lifting weights.

Okobi said he's not sure how the disc ruptured, even to the point of being unsure whether it happened during football or whether it happened while lifting weights

"I feel like I could play today," said Okobi. "But just because I feel good doesn't necessarily mean "

It doesn't necessarily mean the disc would allow him to play, just as having the injury in the first place didn't necessarily mean his career was over.

"It never was perceived that way by me," said Okobi. "Nobody ever told me any of that stuff. At no point in time did I ever think that. I knew based on what the doctor told me.

"But when you ask a coach that question, any injury whether it be a knee injury or a back injury or a shoulder injury with all the complications that can happen with surgery, with infections, anything can threaten your career. You know how this game is. So when Coach Cowher said that, he was right. But that's looking at one end of the spectrum, and that's a scenario the head coach, Russ (Grimm), Kevin Colbert, everybody here has to consider. That's something they have to prepare for in case that happens.

"I felt that was not the case. I still can't call exactly when I'll be back, but I knew it never was going to be one of these, 'Whatever happened to him?'"

Exactly one week following surgery, Okobi looks good. He moves freely, he's not stiff. He turns his head to talk to people, and there are no visible scars, nothing that might indicate a surgeon was working on his spine just seven days ago.

"Look at me right now. Honestly, looking at me could you tell I just had neck surgery?" said Okobi. "Maybe I'm not human, maybe they found me after an asteroid hit the earth, sort of like Superman.

"A lot of the panic, the worry, it was not necessarily untrue. It's just that it was the worst case scenario, and as a head coach, as an organization you always have to think: what are we going to do if But I knew it wasn't going to be like that."

 08-16-2006, 02:40 PM         #141
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Jerome Bettis Caring for Kids All-Star Event



Former Steelers running back Jerome Bettis will host the Inaugural Jerome Bettis Caring for Kids All-Star Event on Friday, Sept. 8 at Heinz Field.



Quarterback Charlie Batch will be presented with the first Jerome Bettis Award for Humanity and Community Service. This annual award will presented to a Pittsburgh individual who demonstrates the image of the award title. Batch was chosen because of his commitment to his hometown of Homestead, PA by bringing to the area programs for the children through his Best of the Batch Foundation and upgrading basketball courts and football fields for the kids to use.





Tickets can be obtained through email -- or phoning 412-913-5957.

 08-16-2006, 09:56 PM         #142
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just seen the new preview bens hand is rapped up ahhh wut happend?

 08-17-2006, 12:46 AM         #143
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He hit it on like one of the last two days of practice on a shoulder pad. Practice was like 5 minutes away from being over. It really sucks but I think he will be ok. Coach Cower said that it dident seem like it was going to be that big of an injury so im hoping the best. Maybe his super healing strenght will kick in again and he will be ok in a few days

 08-17-2006, 04:57 AM         #144
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^ haha yeah lets hope.. but this yeah atleast maddox aint goin b r back up! the homestead kid can handle it if he gots to

 08-17-2006, 01:08 PM         #145
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Another good day buys a perk
Thursday, August 17, 2006
By BOB LABRIOLA
Steelers.com

LATROBE, Pa. Two good days in a row bought them some extra time tonight.

After Wednesday's second of two practices, Coach Bill Cowher called the team up and announced that curfew was going to be extended for one night. The cheer that resulted was as loud as anything heard from the fans lining the hillside today at St. Vincent College.

"There was an extended curfew, which at this point in camp, was a positive statement from their perspective," said Cowher. "This has been two good days. We have Family Night tonight, and there are no meetings.

"It's been a good camp. These guys are working very hard. I think we're getting a lot done. We've picked it up. Young guys are starting to get as better feel for what they're doing. You can sense that. The speed was always there with the first groups, but you're seeing it permeate through the team, where guys are starting to become more comfortable with what they're doing. "

INJURY UPDATE: "Sean Morey (wrist) injured it yesterday when he was blocking on a play," said Cowher. "He has a cast on it. He may be out here (Thursday) with it, he may be able to play on Saturday. We'll a.ssess it, but right now we don't think it's anything real serious.

"I think Ben (Roethlisberger) hit his thumb on the second-to-last play that he was in there on a shoulder pad. We'll look at it and a.ssess it. I'll have more information (Thursday).
"Duce (Staley) just needed a day off. He's at this point, and we have to take each guy subjectively. He's worked good. He'll be back out (Thursday)."

 08-19-2006, 02:18 PM         #146
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Roethlisberger listed as day-to-day
Friday, August 18, 2006

By Teresa Varley
Steelers.com



Ben Roethlisberger is listed as question for Saturday's preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings at Heinz Field with a thumb injury he suffered in practice on Wednesday.



He is listed as day-to-day, but head coach Bill Cowher indicated the injury should not require any further testing.



Roethlisberger was bothered by an injured thumb last year when he helped lead the team through the playoffs and to a win in Super Bowl XL. He joked after practice on Thursday that some might not see the latest injury as such a bad thing because of that.



"I played all last year with a broken thumb, so I could do it," said Roethlisberger. "I'm sure there are some fans out there happy I did this again."



Roethlisberger did not practice on Thursday, allowing the thumb to rest.


"It's one of those things, we're going to let it heal up," Roethlisberger said. "It's just a strain of the ligaments. It's a good day to take a day off and let it heal. We're going day by day. It feels better than it did yesterday and, hopefully, tomorrow it will feel better than it did today.


"It's all right. I think we're going to be okay. It's like getting a day off."



* * *



Quarterback Charlie Batch will see action with the first team on Saturday if Roethlisberger does not play.



"I have to take advantage of these opportunities because it might be the only opportunity to work with the starters throughout the course of the season," said Batch. "We'll take it day by day and see what happens."



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"Mr. Right Now," The PovertyNeck Hillbillies video featuring Roethlisberger, will make its national TV debut at 5:55 p.m. Monday on the Great American Country (GAC) music video channel.

 08-19-2006, 02:23 PM         #147
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Heinz Field Management Issues Advisory for Saturday's Steelers Game



Steelers Team Pass Brings You A Game Day Experience





PITTSBURGH The Steelers and Heinz Field management remind fans attending the Steelers preseason opener against the Minnesota Vikings Saturday night about some traffic and access matters.



Kickoff for Saturday's game is 8 p.m. Fans are encouraged to arrive early to allow enough time to pass through stadium security. All fans entering Heinz Field will be subject to full pat downs.



The Coca-Cola Great Hall and the South Plaza (Gates A and B) will open at 5 p.m. three hours before kickoff. Gate C (access to the seating bowl, club lounges and suites) will open at 6 p.m.



Fans are also reminded of the following stadium policies:

Coolers, bags, backpacks and large purses (larger than 8 by 11) will be prohibited. Small purses, fanny packs, small camera cases and binocular cases and diaper bags will be permitted, however, all bags are subject to inspection. All bags that do not pass security must be returned to vehicles. In addition, Thermoses will not be permitted in the stadium.



Media must present identification and check-in prior to being admitted to the stadium.




Parking



Fans without pre-sold parking and cash parkers arriving after late afternoon, should utilize parking areas in the Golden Triangle, Station Square or one of the Port Authority's Park and Ride Lots.



For $5.00, convenient Golden Triangle parking is available at eight (8) Pittsburgh Parking Authority Garages, the Mon Wharf and the Convention Center. Private garages with $5.00 parking include the Blattner-Brunner Building, the PPG Building, Fifth Avenue Place and US Steel Building.



From Downtown parking lots, fans can access Heinz Field via sidewalks on the Roberto Clemente Bridge and the Ft. Duquesne Bridge.



Reserve, pre-sold parking lots around the stadium open at 3 p.m. Tailgating is permitted in the pre-sold lots surrounding the stadium.






Public Transportation



The Port Authority will operate a shuttle bus between the First Side garage and Heinz Field for $1.25 one way. The Port Authority will route most buses destined for Heinz Field and after the game via the Clemente Bridge, providing convenient shuttle service. Shuttle stops include the Clemente Bridge, at the Byham Theater, Liberty Avenue at Heinz Hall and opposite the Wood Street "T" Station.



Fans can board the "T" at the First Avenue Station and ride free to and from the Gateway Center Station. The Gateway Clipper Fleet Steelers shuttles will operate from Station Square, where approximately 3,000 parking spaces are available.



Postgame Traffic



Police will operate three lanes of the West End Bridge southbound for vehicles exiting the game. Fans exiting east to I-376 should use the left lane (third lane from the right). Fans exiting to Route 50 via Route 60 should also use the left lane. Fans exiting south to I-279 and routes 51 and 19 should use the right lanes.



Also, after the game, Allegheny Avenue will be northbound only, from Reedsdale Street to Ridge Avenue, with the right lane leading to the Ft. Duquesne Bridge only. Further, the right, curb lane of General Robinson Street eastbound, from Mazeroski Way to Federal Street, will be for buses only.



Fans exiting to East I-376 from the Golden Triangle are directed to the Blvd. of the Allies entrance heading eastbound toward Oakland.



Fans exiting from Station Square southbound can now use the new Wabash (HOV) Tunnel. No limitations on the number of occupants after Heinz Field events. At the south end of the Tunnels, at the junction with Rte. 51, turn left to Rte. 51 South and Rte. 19 South via West Liberty Avenue (Truck Rte. 19); turn right to South I-279, Greentree Road, Rte. 50 and Rte. 60.

 08-19-2006, 02:27 PM         #148
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Steelers vs. Vikings
TODAY August 19, 2006, 8:00 PM Heinz Field KDKA-FSN Pgh

KDKA-TV (Channel 2) in Pittsburgh will televise the game locally. In addition, FSN Pittsburgh will televise the game.

 08-19-2006, 07:02 PM         #149
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ben will start!

 08-19-2006, 07:29 PM         #150
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a great frist drive by the steelers ben was doin his thing the vikings just could stop us and the d was great they couldnt move the ball on there 1st drive

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