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2020 Schedule
2nd in AFC North
How will Big Ben's return affect the Steelers win total? (1:59)
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5dBrooke Pryor

Pittsburgh teams OK'd to play; Philly a week away

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf issued a new guidance Wednesday permitting the play and practice of professional sports in counties that are under the yellow and/or green phase of reopening.

Tomlin likes NFL's new approach to the Rooney Rule (1:30)
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10dBrooke Pryor

Steelers limit ticket sales with eye on distancing

Anticipating the need for social distancing, the Steelers are selling only half of their available individual tickets for the upcoming season.

Could this be James Conner's final year in Pittsburgh? (0:47)
Can a healthy Roethlisberger make the Steelers title contenders? (1:55)
Big Ben wouldn't shave until he could throw to his teammates ... he's a man of his word (0:32)
NFL will allow teams to reopen facilities on Tuesday (0:59)
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17dBrooke Pryor

Harrison: Tomlin never paid any bounty money

While not explaining his original comment about Mike Tomlin handing him an envelope after a helmet-to-helmet hit in 2010, former Steelers linebacker James Harrison said Friday that the coach "NEVER paid me for hurting someone."

Stephen A. gives Tomlin advice for Harrison situation (2:25)
What to make of James Harrison's comments about receiving envelope for big hit (2:00)
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17dBrooke Pryor

Harrison: Tomlin gave me envelope for illegal hit

Former Pittsburgh Steelers star James Harrison said coach Mike Tomlin gave him an envelope after the linebacker's devastating hit on Cleveland Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi in 2010.

What to make of James Harrison saying Mike Tomlin gave him an envelope after big hit (1:09)
The Steelers' biggest can't-miss game on the 2020 schedule (1:21)
Whet your appetite with more QB water bottle impersonations (0:26)
How will Pitt basketball be outfitted this season?
26dAndrea Adelson

Pitt sports leaders donate to vaccine research

Pittsburgh college and professional sports leaders have donated a combined $800,000 to a center trying to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus.

Team Stats

Passing Yards186.331st
Rushing Yards90.429th
Points For18.127th
Points Against18.9Tied-27th