The Steelers are officially on summer vacation as the offseason workout program wrapped up and they won’t come back together until reporting to training camp later next month.
Get to know Sean Davis
If you’d like to get to know the Steelers second-round draft pick, Sean Davis, a little bit better than Teresa Varley has all the details for you. She sat down with the safety out of Maryland to get his thoughts on his football inspirations, his proudest moments and what he thinks of Steeler Nation.
"“They’re crazy, diehard. I always heard about the Terrible Towel, but when I actually came here I got to sign them it was amazing. I went to the Fan Blitz and 20,000 people were there on a regular day, no game, just showing their support, the love for the team and love for us it was just amazing. I couldn’t ask for a better spot to be in.” – Sean Davis"
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If he was impressed with the turnout for the Fan Blitz then wait till he sees training camp and the regular season games.
Deebo vs. the NFL
Steelers linebacker James Harrison is no stranger to being at odds with the National Football League. His name was mentioned in an Al-Jazeera documentary about PEDs.
The NFL has informed its players union that league officials plan to show up at training camp to interview players named in that report.
The names include Green Bay Packers linebackers Julius Peppers and Clay Matthews, Steelers linebacker James Harrison and free agent linebacker Mike Neal. The letter, obtained by USA Today Sports, doesn’t mention anything about retired quarterback Peyton Manning, who was prominently mentioned in the report.
Harrison has been more than open about his training regimen along with his desire to be transparent during PED testing. I’m sure he’ll have something to say about the lack of Manning involvement in an NFL investigation.
No. The answer is no.
The AFC North guys over at ESPN are spending the time between now and training camp to pose questions around the division. Baltimore Ravens homer Jamison Hensley’s questions are always good for a laugh because he honestly believes the Ravens are way more relevant and better than they’ll ever be.
His question to the group as old-ass wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. embarks on his 16th NFL season is will he be wearing a gold jacket at some point in his future. No. The answer is no. Steve Smith is not a Hall of Famer because it’s not the Pro Football Hall of Ok receivers who have a lot of yards and touchdowns because they played forever.