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Daily News & Links: Top 20 Steelers of All-Time; Dick LeBeau’s New Book Released

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🏈 Bryan DeArdo of CBS Sports ranked the top 20 Pittsburgh Steelers players of all-time. To no surprise, Joe Greene came in at No. 1. Rounding out the top 5 were Ernie Stautner, Franco Harris, Terry Bradshaw and Ben Roethlisberger.

🏈 Kay Adams of Up and Adams thinks Russell Wilson vs. Justin Fields is by far the most intriguing quarterback competition heading into training camp.

🏈 Former Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly thinks Diontae Johnson is going to be a star in Carolina’s offense.

“I think the Diontae Johnson thing is going to be a bigger deal than what we think. You know, obviously [Adam] Thielen is going to be able to control the slot, the middle of the field, but you need a guy on third down that can just go get open. They’re going to play man, you’re going to have inside help, they’re going to try to funnel you there. Who can just go straight up, win one-on-one man coverage, and that’s what he does really well,” Kuechly told Kay Adams of Up and Adams.

🏈 Mike Webster’s son, Garrett, posted a throwback photo on X of his dad coming off a plane with Tunch Ilkin and Craig Wolfley.

🏈 Former Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau’s new book “Legendary” was released on Tuesday.

NEWS FROM AROUND THE SPORTS NOW NETWORK

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Penguins hire Maple Leafs’ draft guru Clark to lead personnel.

Pittsburgh Baseball Now: Pirates activate Quinn Priester, option Edward Olivares; Bednar to begin Rehab.

Pittsburgh Sports Now: Similarities between Central Catholic, Brown solidifies commitment for Brackney.

West Virginia Sports Now: Big 12 commissioner delivers message of ambition, longterm health of conference.

Nittany Sports Now: Penn State lands skilled 4-Star DT Randy Adirika.

Pittsburgh Soccer Now: Defensive lapse in stoppage time haunts Riverhounds in 1-0 loss to Monterey Bay FC.