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    I was hanging out at the White Fields dinner at “The Priory” last week and many ex-players were in for the dinner. One of my former teammates, the legendary tackle Jon Kolb was in attendance. Jon was reminiscing about the Steelers-Browns game from my rookie year (1980) played at Three Rivers stadium.

    What made this […]

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      The “Steeler Way”

      On February 23, 2011 By

      If you ever questioned Mike Tomlin’s thoughts concerning the value of Aaron Smith’s contribution to the Steelers and what Aaron’s mere presence, though not able to contribute on the field, but by being there daily means to his teammates, then have a gander at Coach Mike’s words when questioned about keeping a roster spot open for […]

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        Ed Bouchette of the Post-Gazette is reporting that in the event of a lockout, some Steelers are considering alternative conditioning programs and discussing meeting at various locations to workout together. Keeping the “Sword sharp” so to speak.

        Not a bad idea. This was the way it was done 20-30 years ago before the OTA’s and […]

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          This story came from a friend and i wanted to share this with everybody. It is self-explanatory. We never know when we may have the opportunity to impact a life.


          The spirit of loving those we often think of as unlovable…

          There was an unusual high school football game played in Grapevine, […]

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            What would you say was your biggest suprise of the Steelers 2010 season? It could be  a player’s performance, a play or game. A ruling from the league maybe. The fact that the Steelers went to the Super Bowl?

            Mine is easy (push the Staples “easy” button here). The biggest suprise for me was the […]

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              What a ride it was, that being Super Bowl 45. From the team charter and “Hopalong Hines” showing up in cowboy hat, jeans, boots and a belt buckle big enough to make John Travolta circa “Urban Cowboy” fame envious, to the rolling roller-coaster ride through the clouds on our re-entry to Pittsburgh airspace a week later, it was […]

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              • Podcasts

              Craig puts a bow on his week in Texas and his game analysis from the sideline perspective at Super Bowl 45.

              TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2011

              Podcast: (44 Minutes)
              – Host Craig Wolfley w/producer sidekick Frank Murgia and David Sedelmeier

              Talking Points:
              – Just an Old Guy Thinking Out […]

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                Well friends Tunch and Wolf are officially on a five month break from the 970am ESPN Pittsburgh  “In the Lockeroom” radio show and will return for the 2011-2012 Pittsburgh Steelers season.  Craig will be keeping the Steelers talk going right here on the web site with more blogging and more podcast episodes per week. Check […]

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                  God, Family, Football

                  On February 5, 2011 By

                  I’ve always admired Mr. Rooney and the life he’s lived. Mr. Rooney lives life and teaches life skills by example, not mere words. My broadcast partner and former teammate Tunch Ilkin related this story the other day.

                  On the Friday morning before the Super Bowl Tunch went for a walk or, as he calls it “Urban hiking.” […]

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                    The Big Legursky

                    On February 2, 2011 By

                    Maurkice Pouncey is off the crutches and hoofing around the hotel in a ski-boot like contraption to support his ankle. Whether he will or won’t lock n load on Super Bowl sunday is still officially up in the air. But i believe that the center position is in good hands if Pouncey can’t go and […]

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                      There is considerable talk coming out of Green Bay that the Packers are watching film on how “not” to tackle Ben Roethlisberger.

                      Just as Rex Ryan put together a hi-lite reel of some of Hines Wards biggest hits to “anger up the blood” in the immortal words of Satchel Paige, the Jets defensive players, so too has Defensive […]

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