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Steelers Daily News & Links: George Pickens Barely Sleeps; Cam Heyward Calls Out Radio Host

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Steeles wide receiver George Pickens during an OTAs practice on May 21, 2024. -- Ed Thompson/Steelers Now

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🏈 George Pickens told Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that he doesn’t take time off. He even claimed that sometimes he don’t even sleep and will pull all-nighters, just thinking about football.

🏈 Steelers defensive tackle Cam Heyward responded to Mark Madden of 105.9 the X who claimed that he was trying to safe face by calling out Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Heyward refuted Dulac’s report that he didn’t tell the Steelers about his OTA holdout.

“Not trying to save face, but I’ve been upfront and honest. The way I was depicted of not communicating with the team is completely wrong. There’s been calls and I’ve actually spoken to multiple ppl. Might want to check your source. The media member will say anything to get a click. Your welcome,” Heyward wrote on X.

🏈 Former NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III thinks the Steelers should create a red zone package for Justin Fields and call it the “Field Zone Package”.

🏈 NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger did a breakdown on the Steelers’ run game. He expects that the Steelers will reach new heights with the revamped offensive line.

🏈 The NFLPA did a promo on Steelers’ third-round selection Roman Wilson and called it the Roman Empire.

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