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Steelers add a punter and a long snapper

The Steelers announced a pair of offseason special teams signings on Tuesday. Long snapper Kameron Canaday and punter A.J.

Steelers sign punter Hughes, long snapper Canaday

The Steelers signed long snapper Kameron Canaday and punter A.J. Hughes to futures contracts. 

Steelers interested in bringing James Harrison back

James Harrison insisted he wasn't finished playing football. So it's not a huge surprise where he's likely to play it.

Should Steelers use exclusive or non-exclusive tag on Le’Veon Bell?

Last night's erroneous analysis of the running back franchise tag calculation from NFL Network, which pushed the idea that the release of Adrian Peterson will reduce the tender even though it won't, provided one valuable service, albeit indirectly and unintentionally.

Steelers Assistant Coach Joey Porter To Plead Guilty to Disorderly Conduct

Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter plans to plead guilty to a disorderly conduct citation stemming from a dispute with a bar bouncer and a police officer last month. Porter's defense attorney, Robert Del Greco, tells The Associated Press that Porter will plead guilty in City Court on Tuesday afternoon.

Ed Bouchette’s Steelers chat transcript: 2.21.17

Ed takes your questions on the Steelers, NFL and more.

Could Darrelle Revis come home to Pittsburgh?

Regardless of the outcome of his criminal case in Pittsburgh, the Jets still have a decision to make about cornerback Darrelle Revis. They already owe him $6 million fully guaranteed for 2017; if he's on the roster on March 10, they'll owe him another $2 million in the form of a roster bonus.

How high can Le’Veon Bell climb on the Steelers rushing list?

Le'Veon Bell already is in fifth place on the Steelers' all-time rushing list. Where would he be if he retired as a Steeler? 

Joey Porter still faces league discipline

Attorney Robert Del Greco Jr. worked his magic for Steelers linebackers coach Joey Porter in a court of law.

Steeelers: Meet the New Guys So Far

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been recently disproving conventional wisdom with more free agency activity. They're moving fast, so let's meet the free agents