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3 reasons why the Bengals can lead the NFL in sacks in 2022

The Cincinnati Bengals conquered the AFC North last season. But, of course, that does not mean there is no room for improvement. One area the Cincinnati Bengals can continue to improve upon is getting to the quarterback, which is a statistic that the Steelers have dominated the past three seasons. Pittsburgh amassed a league-leading 55, 56, and 54 sacks in the 2021, 2020, and 2019 seasons, respectively.
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Terry McLaurin’s extension sets stage for Steelers WR Diontae Johnson

With Terry McLaurin earning a rich, new contract extension, we now have a good idea of what the Pittsburgh Steelers would have to pay Diontae Johnson to keep him around. Another productive wide receiver from the 2019 NFL Draft class just got paid. On Tuesday, June 28th, the Washington Commanders gave Terry McLaurin a three-year, $71 million extensions with one year still remaining on his rookie contract, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.
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Duo’s Taqueria rewards your Spanish practice with discounted tacos

The debate of who serves the best tacos in Pittsburgh is a recurring one, and Duolingo has decided to become the latest challenger with their new taqueria. Duo’s Taqueria opened on June 23 in East Liberty, providing a wide selection of Mexico City-style tacos and other snacks. If you...
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Across Pennsylvania, police funding and more health services unite parties

(The Center Square) – As murders have risen in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and public safety has garnered more political attention, Pennsylvania Democrats and Republicans have suggested different solutions, some big and some small. On public safety funding, however, both parties are aligned, at least for some level of increase....
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Participation in Cardiac Rehabilitation Is Low Overall

TUESDAY, June 28, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Participation in cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is low overall, and lower among Asian, Black, and Hispanic individuals compared with Whites, according to a study published online June 22 in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Joshua Garfein, M.P.H., from the University of Pittsburgh...
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Union protests corporate obstructions at Bloomfield Starbucks

A fluctuating crowd of protesters joined unionized workers at Starbucks' Bloomfield branch during a weekend-long protest against alleged budget cuts and employee terminations. Now and then, passing drivers would honk their horns in support and the protesters would respond with loud cheers. The Pittsburgh Labor Choir played music for people to sing along to. Officials like State Rep. Summer Lee (D-Swissvale) also showed their support.
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Charleroi man accused of luring three young girls through Snapchat

CONNELLSVILLE, Pa. — Connellsville police said a 35-year-old Charleroi man used Snapchat to lure three young girls to an area hotel last weekend. According to police, Brandon Johnson reached out to the young girls, ages 12, 13 and 13, through Snapchat and convinced them to meet him at the McDonald's in Connellsville on Saturday afternoon.
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