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Prime time not kind to Heinz Field

By Mark Kaboly 7:29 a.m.
Night games at Heinz Field haven’t been good to the Steelers recently. Not with results, but with the attendance figure. The Steelers have sold out all 117 games played at Heinz Field since it opened in 2001, have a sellout …

Steelers offense puts up gaudy numbers in season’s 1st half

By Alan Robinson 7:26 a.m.
Ben Roethlisberger never has played in an offense like this in his 11 seasons. Maybe it’s because he never has had to. Since Roethlisberger debuted …

Steelers notebook: Roethlisberger, offense must adjust with CB Smith out

By Alan Robinson 7:29 a.m.
Ravens CB Jimmy Smith is out Sunday with a sprained left foot, and Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger said that could make it tougher to prepare for Baltimore’s No. 13-ranked defense. “We don’t know what they’re going to do, whether (Smith …

Greene expects Steelers jersey retirement ceremony to get emotional

By Rob Rossi
Joe Greene won’t be running through any tunnels Sunday at Heinz Field. He also isn’t expecting to seem all that “mean.’’ “I’d probably fall, I …

Steelers wide receiver Brown getting accolades as one of NFL’s best

By Alan Robinson 7:27 a.m.
This is the Steelers’ 81st season, yet they never have had a wide receiver lead the NFL in receptions. Antonio Brown could change that. “Antonio …

Steelers notebook: Offensive lineman Adams returns to reserve role

By Alan Robinson 7:27 a.m.
Right tackle Mike Adams played one of the best games of his career Sunday against the Colts in his first start of the season. Ben …

Roethlisberger’s performance arguably among NFL’s greatest

By Alan Robinson
Call it the greatest game by a quarterback in NFL history. There have been 14,315 NFL games, counting those played in the defunct AFL, and …

Steelers film session: Accuracy propels Roethlisberger vs. Colts

By Mark Kaboly
Ben Roethlisberger was good against the Colts. How good? He threw for a franchise-record 522 yards, six touchdowns and 40 completions to help the Steelers …

Steelers look ahead vs. Baltimore Ravens: All John Harbaugh does is win

By Alan Robinson
JOHN HARBAUGH  He’s the Harbaugh who’s not being mentioned as possibly being out after this season (that’s the 49ers’ Jim Harbaugh). And for good reason. …

Steelers notebook: No reminders needed that Ravens are next foe

By Alan Robinson
Nobody needs to tell the Steelers what this week is. “It’s Baltimore and the Steelers. It’s going to be big, and everybody’s ready to go,” David DeCastro said Monday. “There’s just a little extra … it’s hard to put into …

Steelers’ receivers enjoy being part of Ben’s record day

By Ralph N. Paulk
The Indianapolis Colts figured the best way to handcuff the Steelers offense Sunday was to limit receiver Antonio Brown’s touches. They were wrong. The Steelers’ …

Colts pass on defensing Big Ben amid Steelers QB’s record-setting day

By Chris Harlan
When the Indianapolis Colts’ best cornerback left in the first quarter with an injury, it was the first blow in a historically bad afternoon. The …

QB Roethlisberger, Steelers roll past Colts in record-setting game

By Alan Robinson
Ben Roethlisberger hit 100 and, for a while there in the first half, it looked like the Steelers offense might, too. Roethlisberger outplayed the Colts’ …

Rossi: Roethlisberger’s 100th was legendary, maybe more

By Rob Rossi
On Sunday afternoon, Ben Roethlisberger spent an entire game looking like his boyhood idol, John Elway, used to in the two-minute drill. He was masterful …

Game changers: Roethlisberger’s ‘backyard’ play, Luck’s trip make impact in Steelers’ win over Colts

By Mark Kaboly
You can say it was just Ben being Ben. Or just ... “Seven being Seven,” guard Ramon Foster said. Actually, it was Seven putting up …

Steelers notebook: CB Allen sent to bench

By Alan Robinson
Steelers cornerback Cortez Allen, replaced by Brice McCain as a starting cornerback two weeks ago, gave way to Antwon Blake as the slot defender after …

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NFL notebook: Romo says back pain won’t keep him out

By Wire Reports
If it’s a question of tolerating pain, Tony Romo says he will play Sunday against Arizona — and history supports him on that point. The issue in the 34-year-old Dallas quarterback’s mind is whether he can run the offense while …