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I’LL GO AWAY: Malkin, Penguins Sound Like They Know It’s Over

The pending free agents of the Pittsburgh Penguins core did not strike an optimistic tone. Nay, it was not only the opposite of optimism, it sounded like a regretful concession to a coming reality. Evgeni Malkin, Kris Letang, and Bryan Rust spoke to the Pittsburgh media and fielded the obvious questions about their contract status, their hopes, and what comes next.
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Steelers expected to make Minkah Fitzpatrick highest-paid safety in NFL

The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to make Minkah Fitzpatrick the highest-paid safety in the league, which would mean upwards of $17.5 million per year. The Steelers are fortunate enough to not only have TJ Watt, but the team was able to give Watt the contract he deserves in a historic four-year, $112 million deal that included $80 million guaranteed.
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Three Pittsburgh-area farms for when you want to just vibe with animals

It would be an understatement to say that life has been quite hard for many people lately. As the pandemic continues, the world seems to be in a constant state of disarray. Sometimes, what you need is a little self-care. Sometimes, what you need is to look at cute baby animals at a local-ish farm. Here are three farms to visit just outside of Pittsburgh if you want to go be at peace with pigs, cows, and little baby goats.
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Antonio Brown's latest tweet has Steelers fans talking

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Just five words long, Antonio Brown's latest social media post has turned the Twitterverse upside down. His "Just Wanna Retire a Steeler" tweet at 12:04 p.m. had surpasssed a combined 10,000 reactions, likes and retweets by 12:30 p.m. (Story continues below the tweet) After a few commenters...
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Steelers adding Hall of Honor Museum to Heinz Field

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- A new addition is coming to Heinz Field that will honor the team's legends.The Steelers are adding a Hall of Honor Museum that will pay tribute to former players, coaches, staff and other contributors to the organization and team. Forty-five people have been inducted into the Steelers' Hall of Honor since it was established in 2017. The new museum will tell the detailed and storied history of the Pittsburgh Steelers."This will provide our fans the opportunity to not only learn more about the Hall of Honor inductees, but also about the history of the team with many great videos, pictures and displays that highlight great moments and players in Steelers history," Steelers President Art Rooney II said in a statement. "We have the best fans in the world, and we know they will enjoy this interactive museum upon its opening later this fall."Fans will soon be able to find it near Gate B, above the team's Pro Shop. It should be open in time for the upcoming season, the team said. 
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3 Pittsburgh Penguins Not Expected Back in 2022-23

The Pittsburgh Penguins had their season ripped out of their hands by Artemi Panarin and the New York Rangers in overtime on Sunday. The team battled all season long and overcame injury after injury, displaying a ‘next man up’ mentality throughout the entire regular season and into the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
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Protect PT to host discussion on gas well development

Community group Protect PT will host a May 26 meeting at 6:30 p.m. to host a discussion about gas well development in the Level Green area. It will take place at the group’s new Community Environmental Education Center, 3344 Route 130, Suite B in Penn Township, and will include Protect PT’s attorney, Tim Fitchett of Fair Shake Environmental Legal Services.
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Penguins’ First-Round Loss to Rangers Was a Series of ”Almosts”

When the Pittsburgh Penguins were drawn to meet the New York Rangers in the first round of the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs, it was billed as one of the marquee matchups in the Eastern Conference. It lived up to the hype, as the Rangers stormed back from a 3-1 series deficit to eliminate the Penguins in seven games. While the tension was palpable through those seven games, it looks quite different for the Penguins in retrospect. For the boys from the ‘Burgh, the 2022 Playoff loss boils down to the things that they almost did.
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