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🏈 Steelers at Raiders on Oct. 13 holds the top spot for most in-demand game with an average ticket price of $601, per Vivid Seats. Chiefs at 49ers the following week is second at $587.

🏈 Former Steelers guard and Hall of Famer Alan Faneca thinks the NFL put the Steelers in a tough spot with three games in 11 days in December. All three teams — Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs had at least 11 wins last year.

“It takes four days to start feeling better after a December game. Facing a conference rival and a Super Bowl champion just four days apart is a real challenge,” Faneca wrote on X.

🏈 Doug Farrar of USA Today thinks new Steelers center Zach Frazier should fit right in as a blunt force distributor.

🏈 Steelers’ first-round pick Troy Fautanu asked on X about some good food spots in Pittsburgh.

🏈 Steelers game tickets for the 2024 season are on sale now.

🏈 Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay thinks the Steelers should pay Cam Heyward.

One of the best to do it… pay the man!!” Slay wrote on X.

🎥 Colin Cowherd of FS1 thinks the Steelers have the toughest schedule in the NFL.

NEWS FROM AROUND THE SPORTS NOW NETWORK

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Nedeljkovic gets easiest shutout for Team USA.

Pittsburgh Baseball Now: Pirates trade Roansy Contreras to Angels.

Pittsburgh Sports Now: Robert Morris lands North Carolina High School product.

West Virginia Sports Now: 2026 4-Star center/guard prospect adds WVU football to large list.

Nittany Sports Now: Penn State All 105: What role will ‘Pride of York’ Beau Pribula have in new offense.

Pittsburgh Soccer Now: Riverhounds Notebook: Who is the biggest nemesis in club history plus Hounds attack finally bites back after a deficit.