[ad_1] PITTSBURGH -- Ben Roethlisberger says he went too far in using his weekly radio show to criticize former Steelers teammate Antonio Brown during the 2018 season.In a sit down interview with KDKA-TV Pittsburgh that will run Monday evening, Roethlisberger addressed a historic connection gone wrong with Brown, who demanded a trade in the offseason and took exception with Roethlisberger calling out his route running after a Week 12 loss
[ad_1] PITTSBURGH -- This is one way to address concerns over team bonding and leadership.Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger -- who's stayed quiet this offseason despite criticisms from several ex-teammates, including Antonio Brown -- hosted his offensive skill players at his lake house in Georgia this week for some R&R and on-field work.Several Steelers in attendance posted Instagram videos of teammates, including wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster and running back James
[ad_1] Yeah, your team has a quarterback. But for how long does it have that quarterback, and how sure is it that he's the one?Some NFL teams are married to their quarterbacks. Some are just starting to get serious. Some are sitting across from their quarterbacks at a fancy restaurant blatantly eyeing a quarterback at the next table. It's a complex and varied landscape, and it can be confusing.So we
[ad_1] PITTSBURGH -- Antonio Brown has resolved his speeding case in Pittsburgh.The former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver accepted a guilty plea of driving at an unsafe speed, which includes a fine and points off his driver's license, according to multiple reports. Brown, who was traded to the Oakland Raiders in March, even had a message for Steelers fans from his court appearance."To all my fans in Pittsburgh, never got to say
[ad_1] PITTSBURGH -- New Steeler Justin Layne promised on draft night "we're taking all the Browns stuff down" from his Cleveland home.Layne wasn't lying, and his dad had his back."Yes sir. Oh yeah, Browns everywhere, my dad took it all down and replaced it -- literally everything, every flag I had," said Layne, a third-round cornerback, on Friday from Pittsburgh's rookie minicamp. "So, it's all done. We are fully committed."How's
[ad_1] 7:30 AM ETHank GargiuloCloseESPN Analytics Data management analyst at ESPN Graduate of Sacred Heart UniversitySeth WalderPatrick Mahomes already is the reigning MVP. Now he's a Super Bowl favorite, too.Mahomes, Andy Reid and the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs have a 16 percent chance to hoist the Lombardi trophy following Super Bowl LIV, according to ESPN's Football Power Index (FPI), tops in the NFL.FPI is our prediction model for
[ad_1] Round 1 of the 2019 NFL draft featured six draft-day trades, pass-rushers and defensive linemen galore and surprises throughout. Rounds 2-7? That's where teams will find the real value.Our panel of ESPN NFL experts evaluates the new crop of rookies, diving into their favorite picks and answering questions about what we should expect this season. Check back every day this week to see more answers:What was your favorite pick
[ad_1] At one point, there was a chance that Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier might never walk again.On Friday, Shazier walked Michelle Rodriguez down the aisle as they got married in Pittsburgh. And if that wasn't accomplishment enough, he even danced with his new bride.Shazier was rushed to a University of Cincinnati hospital on Dec. 4, 2017, after a tackling attempt against the Cincinnati Bengals left him struggling to move.
[ad_1] At one point, there was a chance that Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier might never walk again.On Friday, Shazier walked Michelle Rodriguez down the aisle as they got married in Pittsburgh. And if that wasn't accomplishment enough, he even danced with his new bride.That's @RyanShazier DANCING at his wedding! 👏 (via @Love_Ola_9) pic.twitter.com/4brfxrMEjo— ESPN (@espn) May 4, 2019 Shazier was rushed to a University of Cincinnati hospital on Dec.
[ad_1] 7:30 AM ETAlex ScarboroughCloseESPN Staff WriterCovers the SEC.Joined ESPN in 2012.Graduate of Auburn University.Kevin SeifertCloseNFL NationESPN.com national NFL writer ESPN.com NFC North reporter, 2008-2013 Covered Vikings for Minneapolis Star Tribune, 1999-2008We are a mere 358 days from the 2020 NFL draft, but it's already time to start breaking it down. While this year's quarterback class might have fizzled, next year's crop already looks loaded.College football reporter Alex Scarborough examines