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Steelers Cut Former Ohio State Buckeyes Star Today

The Pittsburgh Steelers announced eight roster moves on Monday, signing four undrafted rookies from the team's weekend minicamp. As a result, Pittsburgh had to release four players to make room. One of them was veteran linebacker John Simon. Simon, 31, appeared in one game with the Steelers last season, playing...
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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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NFL player comparisons for Pittsburgh Steelers QB Kenny Pickett

The Pittsburgh Steelers are hoping they found their next franchise quarterback in Kenny Pickett. Here are his high-end, low-end, and most likely NFL player comparisons. This is one of my favorite articles I do each year. Whether you are a connoisseur of the game or a casual football watcher, fans always seem interested to know who their players could be like in the NFL.
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Police: Man shot his wife in U-Haul facility and took her purse and cell phone

GREENSBURG, Pa. (KDKA) — We are learning more about the death of Kelly Steele over the weekend.Investigators said the woman's husband shot the victim over allegations of infidelity. Court documents claim Alfred Steele had a gun ready and waiting in the rental unit where he allegedly shot his wife on Saturday.Regarded as a kind and good mother, Kelly's end came when she met with her husband at a Lower Burrell U-Haul rental center, according to investigators.Those same investigators said Alfred told them that he and his wife began to argue about allegations of infidelity when he pulled out a gun...
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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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Spotted! These Celebs Cheered on the New York Rangers Yesterday

The Stanley Cup Playoffs are in full-swing, and New York Rangers' fans got to experience one of the most dramatic moments anywhere in sports: a Game 7, at home. Madison Square Garden was the backdrop, as the Rangers battled the Pittsburgh Penguins for a spot in the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. Rangers' fans have been loud and proud this entire season, and that was definitely the case in the stands at MSG yesterday.
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Community reeling after boy accidentally shoots himself in the head

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A community is reeling after a 6-year-old boy accidentally shot himself in the head.The boy is in critical condition at a local hospital, and the people who know him want to know what happened.First responders were called Sunday night to Hazelwood for a call that a boy accidentally shot himself. Police said when they got to the home on Johnston Avenue, they found the boy with a gunshot wound to the head."I just feel really sorry for whatever happened," neighbor Judy Earl said.Earl said she knows the grandmother of the child. She said she has several other...
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Should the Steelers agree to one final request from Antonio Brown?

Antonio Brown has pleaded to retire as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, but has the former All-Pro receiver burned too many bridges?. It wasn’t all that long ago that fans thought we were seeing a Hall of Fame career unfold before our eyes. Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was a legend in the making. He defied the odds to become one of the most successful late-round draft choices in the history of the NFL.
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Man sentenced to over 17 years in Mac Miller's overdose death

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - A man was sentenced to more than 17 years in jail for his role in supplying the fentanyl-laced pills that led to rapper Mac Miller's fatal overdose.The U.S. Attorney's Office announced Stephen Walter was sentenced to 210 months in federal prison, CBS Los Angeles reported. Walter pleaded guilty last year to providing counterfeit pills to Miller before he died of an accidental overdose in his California home in 2018.Walter was one of three people charged in Miller's death. According to papers filed in Los Angeles federal court, CBS LA reported the pills traveled from Walter to Ryan Reavis, who supplied the counterfeit oxycodone pills to Cameron Pettit before he sold the drugs to Miller.Reavis pleaded guilty to the distribution charge and was sentenced in April to almost 11 years in jail, CBS LA reported, while the case against Pettit is still pending. Miller, a Pittsburgh native whose real name was Malcolm James Myers McCormick, was a beloved and respected figure among hip-hop fans.  
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