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Steelers players arrive at Saint Vincent for training camp

Steelers players have begun arriving at Saint Vincent College for the 54th annual training camp at the campus.

Center Maurkice Pouncey and guard Ramon Foster were among the first to arrive.

The team will spend the next three weeks at the college dorms getting into shape and practicing before the season officially starts. Some players bring the comforts of home for their stint in Unity, while others make a grand entrance.

The Steelers announced a contract extension for coach Mike Tomlin as players began arriving.

Thirteen practices at the campus are open to the public starting Friday. Two additional practices are open to fans — Aug. 2 at Latrobe Memorial Stadium for “Friday Night Lights” and Aug. 4 at Heinz Field.


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Other activities are planned during training camp, including a charity walk on Saturday and Mass open to the public Sunday.


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Steelers’ James Conner arrives to camp on a scooter Thursday, July 26, 2019 at St. Vincent College.
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Steelers cornerback Joe Haden arrives at Steelers training camp wearing a Penguins jersey on July 25, 2019.
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Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey arrives for the start of training camp Thursday, July 25, 2019 on Saint Vincent College.
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Steelers guard Ramon Foster speaks to the media after arriving for training camp on July 25, 2019, at Saint Vincent College.
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Steelers cornerback Joe Haden arrived to training camp in a Rolls Royce on July 25, 2019.
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Steelers defensive lineman Cameron Heyward speaks to the media after arriving at training camp July 25, 2019, at Saint Vincent College.
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Steelers receiver Ryan Switzer speaks to the media after arriving at training camp July 25, 2019, at Saint Vincent College.
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