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🏈 Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Justin Fields displayed his arm strength during a workout in South Florida.

🏈 Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette absolutely ripped Kenny Pickett in a recent online chat for not wanting to compete.

“When they signed Russell Wilson, I said we’ll find out about Pickett — is he a flower who will wilt in the face of competition or is he a fighter who will battle for what he thinks is his? You got your answer.”

🏈 Russell Wilson was ranked the 13th-best quarterback in the AFC.

🏈 The Steelers official account on X posted some pics of what players have been doing this offseason.

🏈 Former Steelers play-by-play announcer Bill Hillgrove will be inducted into the Pitt Hall of Fame. Hillgrove has been the voice of Pitt men’s basketball and Pitt football for over 50 years. He started with Pitt men’s basketball in 1969 and the following year he became the regular color commentator for Pitt football.

Hillgrove retired from his duties with the Steelers in February after being the voice of the Steelers for 30 seasons.

πŸŽ₯ Steel City Star shared a clip of Myron Cope’s kielbasa sub 1999 Pittsburgh area Subway commercial.

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