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Jordan Addison transfer: Why USC still remains best option for star WR despite Alabama, Texas competition

It's been nearly three weeks since reports first surfaced suggesting that Pittsburgh star receiver Jordan Addison might be looking to transfer, and that USC would be his likely destination. The time since Addison officially entered the transfer portal has served to muddy the waters a bit as Alabama and Texas are among those who have entered the picture in recruiting the Biletnikoff Award winner who caught 100 passes for the Panthers last season.
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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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Rangers’ Defense Needs New Approach in Round 2

If nothing else, the Pittsburgh Penguins co-created a wildly interesting series in Round 1 with the New York Rangers. The series was of course forced to seven games due to the “no quit” mentality of the Rangers and the poorly timed deconstruction of the Penguins. Though it is by no means a deflection regarding the performance from either team, the Penguins were without their starting goaltender, Tristan Jarry, their backup goaltender, Casey DeSmith, for most of the series, and without their star captain, Sidney Crosby, for Game 6.

What If Steelers Sign Eric Fisher?

The Pittsburgh Steelers are predicted to add left tackle Eric Fisher as a post-NFL Draft free agent signing. With that comes plenty of questions. How much money will the Steelers want to spend on a player over the age of 30? Does it mean Dan Moore Jr. moves to right tackle? What does this mean for Chuks Okorafor?

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.

Celebrate the Steelers With This New Museum at Heinz Field

Steelers fans will soon have yet another way to celebrate the black and gold. The Steelers announced an addition to their home at Heinz Field that will further honor former players, coaches and other contributors, according to a press release. That addition is the Steelers Hall of Honor Museum, and it’s set to open during the 2022 regular season.

Don’t confuse Calvin Austin’s size with an inability to be a weapon for the Steelers

There are some people who hate to be called small. You can call them a million other different terms, but don’t call them small. Throughout his career, Pittsburgh Steelers 4th Round draft pick in the 2022 NFL Draft Calvin Austin III certainly has been called that a time or two. Standing at 5’8” tall, Austin has almost always been the smallest player on his team, but don’t confuse size with ability.

1 taken to hospital after crash along Route 22 in Export

A crash has temporarily shut down a portion of Route 22 in Export Wednesday. Photos taken at the scene by Pittsburgh's Action News 4 reporter Jim Madalinsky show multiple cars involved in the crash. Murrysville police responded to the scene along Route 22 and Harrison City Road. The Murrysville police...

Cultural Trust CEO Kevin McMahon Will Retire at the End of the Year

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is saying goodbye to a longtime staffer. J. Kevin McMahon, who has served as the organization’s president and CEO for the last two decades, made his retirement official Wednesday morning, with Cultural Trust officials saying that he’s slated to depart officially at the end of the year. He’d agreed to a five-year contract in 2016 and was to retire in 2021, but the pandemic and its unprecedented impact on the arts world changed his plans. But now, as live shows return to the once-bustling Cultural District and performing arts rebound, McMahon will officially step down.

PIAA Class 2A Girls Lacrosse: Strath Haven rolls past Merion Mercy

Laura Conner joined the 100 goal club as Strath Haven rolled over Merion Mercy, 19-5, in the opening round of the District 1 Class 2A girls lacrosse tournament Tuesday. Conner scored twice, handed out one assist, recorded two ground balls, two caused turnovers and one draw control to send the second-seeded Panthers into Thursday’s quarterfinals for a home game against No. 7 Upper Perkiomen, a 17-5 winner over No. 10 Dock Mennonite. The winner of that game automatically qualifies for the PIAA tournament.