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.
Steelers season never really ends for Steeler nation so while the Steelers players get their minds and bodies right to embark on the 2016 regular season we’ll be busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Tuesday, June 28th.
Who looks good, Bob?
Bob Labriola gave us the names of some of the Steelers players he’s most excited to see out in training camp in Latrobe next month. Labs is most excited about the Steelers defensive players, particularly those entering their second year.
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and Senquez Golson are two secondary players entering their second year with the team but their first to potentially contribute while
, acquired off of waivers from Tampa Bay look to affect the pass rush.
Former Steelers running back Baron Batch made headlines on Monday as an arrest warrant was issued for him for causing $16K in graffiti around the city of Pittsburgh. For real.
Apparently the city is none too pleased with the inspirational quotes and pictures of elephants drawn about on local bike trails.
In other hilarious news former Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace says he’s a better receiver since leaving Pittsburgh. I’d expect the NFL to show up at his house for a “random” drug test pretty soon.
Mike “One Trick Pony” Wallace hasn’t had nearly the success he had in Pittsburgh since leaving to rob the Dolphins of a bunch of their money before getting cut after two seasons and then picked up by Minnesota.
In March Wallace signed a two-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens for $11.5 million. He’ll most likely lead the league in DPI calls.