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  1. James Harrison on snaps: 'Just doing what I'm asked'
    James Harrison played nary a snap against the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday, but he's not upset. Instead, the aging linebacker has channeled his inner Marshawn Lynch on the matter.
  2. Tomlin explains James Harrison's lack of playing time
    Coach Mike Tomlin explained to reporters Tuesday why James Harrison played zero snaps against the Minnesota Vikings. "We know what James is capable of. James will ready himself," Tomlin said.
  3. Steelers' Le'Veon Bell: 'I'm due for an explosion play'
    Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell, coming off groin surgery and skipping all offseason work, isn't worried about the lack of big plays through two games.
  4. Big Ben: Steelers must bring back Heinz 'mystique'
    Pittsburgh's never been an easy place to play, but Ben Roethlisberger wants his city and his home field to be the most feared in the league by channeling its immediate history.
  5. T.J. Watt shines with two-sack, one-INT Steelers debut
    J.J. Watt is no longer the only star Watt in the NFL. His little brother, T.J., had a two-sack, one-interception debut with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday against the Browns.
  6. Steelers extend Browns' losing streak on opening day
    Cleveland hasn't won a regular-season opener since 2004. That streak remained alive after Sunday's 21-18 loss to the Steelers. But the new-look Browns showed signs of life.
  7. Steelers sign Stephon Tuitt to 5-year, $60M extension
    One day before the start of the final year of his rookie deal, Stephon Tuitt has secured his future in Pittsburgh. The defensive end signed a five-year extension with the organization.
  8. Steelers plan to hit DeShone Kizer often, 'hit him early'
    In so many words, that's how the Steelers intend to initiate Browns rookie gunslinger DeShone Kizer into the professional ranks: By introducing him to the Cleveland sod again and again.
  9. Le'Veon Bell 'working hard for 30 carries' per game
    After holding out and missing training camp, Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell says he is ready to get back on the field.
  10. Le'Veon Bell signs his Steelers franchise tender
    Pittsburgh Steelers star running back Le'Veon Bell, who returned to the team facility last week to take his physical, has signed his franchise tender, the team announced on Monday.
  11. Steelers' Martavis Bryant cleared for regular season
    Martavis Bryant is officially back. The Steelers wide receiver has been cleared for regular-season practices and games, the NFL announced Friday in a statement.
  12. Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell passes physical with team
    Le'Veon Bell is back in Pittsburgh. The Steelers running back suggested he'd return to the team on Sept. 1. He didn't disappoint, arriving at the team facility on Friday and passing a team physical.
  13. Joe Haden: Chance at playoffs led to Steelers choice
    Joe Haden said he had a handful of suitors after the Cleveland Browns cut him. The DB said Thursday he chose the Steelers because they gave him the best chance to finally get to a postseason game.
  14. Steelers sign CB Joe Haden to three-year contract
    Hours after he was released by the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday, Joe Haden signed a three-year, $27 million deal with the Steelers, Ian Rapoport reports.
  15. Niners trade Vance McDonald to Steelers for draft pick
    The Pittsburgh Steelers acquire tight end Vance McDonald and a 2018 fifth-round draft pick from the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for a 2018 fourth-rounder, both teams announce.