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Pittsburgh Steeler's Locker Room

Discussion in 'Team Management' started by XWarriorMonk, Dec 16, 2012.

  1. XWarriorMonk

    XWarriorMonk Walk On

    Sep 18, 2012
    Coach Harris plans to continue winning tradition in Pittsburgh this year. With a team loaded to bear with offensive and defensive weapons the Steelers looked poised to make a run to the playoffs, and of course anything short of a championship season in Pittsburgh is unnacceptable for Steeler fans. With the departure of Mike Tomlin comes a new head coach, but many ESPN analysts think that Pittsburgh will look the same as they have for the past 5 years. Coach Harris seems to have to team running very similarly to Tomlin. Maybe that is because Harris is a die hard Steeler fan himself. Time will only tell with this new coaching staff, but players during summer workouts look more than ready for the regular season.​
    QB- Ben Roethlisberger: The leader of the Pittsburgh Steelers will have to have a great season if Pittsburgh wants a 7th Super Bowl Title.​
    WR: Mike Wallace: Quite possibly the fastest player in the league. Wallace will force defenses to re think man coverage this year.​
    RB: Rashard Mendenhall: Coming off of ACL surgery this year could go many directions for Mendenhall.​
    RB: Chris Rainey: Rookie out of Florida. THIS GUY HAS SPEED. He has been used a lot in the offense and special teams so far during summer workouts.​
    CB: Keenan Lewis: Being the second corner behind Ike Taylor, Keenan has something to prove to himself and his teamates. He will have a big impact this season in the secondary.​
    MLB: Lawrence Timmons: This guy has turned into the heart of the Steelers linebacking group. He will be a huge part of the Steelers success this season.​
    Hundreds of Steeler fans showed up to support their team during training camp this year.​


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