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Steelers Daily News & Links: New ‘Here We Go’ Song Released, Experts Pick Bills



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🏈 A new edition of “Here We Go” by Roger Wood was released for the Pittsburgh Steelers 2023-2024 postseason run. Surprisingly none of the quarterbacks or George Pickens were included in the fight song.

🏈 Longtime NFL write Peter King shared his thoughts on if the Steelers and Mike Tomlin could part ways after this season during an appearance on the Cook & Joe Show on 93.7 The Fan. There’s speculation from NFL insiders that Tomlin could step away from the Steelers.

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🏈 Steelers left guard Isaac Seumalo did not allow a sack all season on 551 pass-blocking snaps, according to Pro Football Focus. Seumalo has also been dominant in the run game.

🏈 Over his last two games, Najee Harris has rushed for 189 yards after contact and forced 16 missed tackles, per PFF.

🏈 Only three NFL teams threw more go-balls and back shoulder fades than the Steelers did this season. They went 11/28 on those throws with nine of those completions going to George Pickens.

🏈 released its preview for the Steelers-Bills wild-card round game on Sunday. All 10 of the analyst have the Bills winning.

🎂 Happy Birthday to former Steelers cornerback Deon Figures, born on January 10, 1970 in Bellflower, California. Figures was one of 19 players and three coaches announced on Monday as the latest additions to the Atlanta-based College Football Hall of Fame. Also included of local interest were former Pitt wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, Hopewell and Penn State linebacker Paul Posluszny and Johnstown native, coach Frank Solich.

Figures played as a true freshman in 1988 at Colorado. After taking an academic redshirt in 1989, he helped Colorado to a national championship as a redshirt sophomore in 1990. He had the game-sealing interception of Notre Dame quarterback Rick Mirer in the Orange Bowl to ice the victory for Colorado. As a redshirt junior in 1992, Figures tallied six interceptions and won the Jim Thorpe Award and the Jack Tatum Trophy as the nation’s best defensive back. He was a consensus All-America selection.

Figures was drafted by the Steelers with the No. 23 overall pick in the first round of the 1993 NFL Draft, and played four years for the team, spending one season as a full-time starter.

🎥 On Inside the NFL, former Steelers free safety Ryan Clark talked about the curse of the Terrible Towel and how it got the Jacksonville Jaguars.



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