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  • • Kevin Colbert: Steelers have “moved on” from Antonio Brown
    Antonio Brown recently apologized to Ben Roethlisberger on social media. But it didn’t change anything in his standing with the Steelers. The Steelers aren’t bringing back Brown, a point General Manager Kevin Colbert reiterated Tuesday in an interview on PFT Live. “Antonio Brown will always be a Pittsburgh Steeler in our minds from that personal [more]...2020
  • • Steelers GM Kevin Colbert on possibility of Antonio Brown reunion: 'We have moved on'
    An AB reunion in Pittsburgh doesn't appear to be on the table...2020
  • • Steelers GM: Big Ben could return even better
    Steelers GM Kevin Colbert says Ben Roethlisberger's lengthy rehab could result in him being an even better player in 2020....2020
  • • Steelers GM Kevin Colbert expecting a ‘better Ben Roethlisberger’ in 2020
    How Ben Roethlisberger performs in 2020 coming off elbow surgery is without question one of the biggest issues facing the Pittsburgh Steelers this offseason. By all accounts, the veteran quarterback has responded well to the procedure and is making encouraging strides in rehabilitation. So much so, in fact, that Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert believes the elbow cleanup to Big Ben’s throwin...2020
  • • Steelers GM expresses concern for Antonio Brown, says ‘door is always open’ to support him
    Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert enjoyed watching Antonio Brown dominate on the field with the Steelers for years. While the relationship between Brown and the organization ended poorly, Colbert expressed his concern and offered support for Brown following a rocky year. The Steelers traded Brown to the Oakland Raiders last season. The star receiver’s stay in Oakland didn’t last lo...2020
  • • Kevin Colbert: We could have a better Ben Roethlisberger after surgery
    Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has resumed throwing the ball as he continues rehabbing from right elbow surgery and everyone in Pittsburgh remains confident that the veteran will be ready to go at the start of the 2020 season. A return to form for Roethlisberger would be welcome for a Steelers team that struggled offensively with [more]...2020
  • • Ben Roethlisberger aiming for full clearance by summer
    On the road back to becoming the Steelers’ starting quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger cleared key hurdles this week. After a positive medical checkup, the future Hall of Famer resumed throwing. But the 17th-year veteran remains a long way from working out with his teammates in a full capacity. Roethlisberger said it will be around 2 1/2 to three months before he expects to be a full go, according to...2020
  • • Ben Roethlisberger not 'at the end of the road,' Steelers' GM says
    Kevin Colbert provided an update on Pittsburgh Steelers veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger....2020
  • • Kevin Colbert encouraged despite Steelers winning fewer games again
    The Steelers record was worse last year than the year before. And Steelers General Manager Kevin Colbert is much happier. While that might not make obvious sense after watching their win totals drop from 13 to nine to eight, Colbert insisted he saw real progress from his team last year. “We’re all disappointed at 8-8, [more]...2020
  • • Kevin Colbert: Ryan Shazier trying to “resurrect his career”
    Ryan Shazier hasn’t given up on a return to the football field. The Steelers linebacker hasn’t played since his spinal injury in 2017, but he has remained a part of the organization since. Shazier’s contract, though, is expiring. General Manager Kevin Colbert was asked Thursday about Shazier’s status for 2020. “When you’re dealing with Ryan, [more]...2020

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  • • Steelers GM Kevin Colbert expecting a ‘better Ben Roethlisberger’ in 2020
    How Ben Roethlisberger performs in 2020 coming off elbow surgery is without question one of the biggest issues facing the Pittsburgh Steelers this offseason. By all accounts, the veteran quarterback has responded well to the procedure and is making encouraging strides in rehabilitation. So much so, in fact, that Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert believes the elbow cleanup to Big Ben’s throwin...2020
  • • Kevin Colbert: We could have a better Ben Roethlisberger after surgery
    Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has resumed throwing the ball as he continues rehabbing from right elbow surgery and everyone in Pittsburgh remains confident that the veteran will be ready to go at the start of the 2020 season. A return to form for Roethlisberger would be welcome for a Steelers team that struggled offensively with [more]...2020
  • • Ben Roethlisberger aiming for full clearance by summer
    On the road back to becoming the Steelers’ starting quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger cleared key hurdles this week. After a positive medical checkup, the future Hall of Famer resumed throwing. But the 17th-year veteran remains a long way from working out with his teammates in a full capacity. Roethlisberger said it will be around 2 1/2 to three months before he expects to be a full go, according to...2020
  • • Kevin Colbert: Ryan Shazier trying to “resurrect his career”
    Ryan Shazier hasn’t given up on a return to the football field. The Steelers linebacker hasn’t played since his spinal injury in 2017, but he has remained a part of the organization since. Shazier’s contract, though, is expiring. General Manager Kevin Colbert was asked Thursday about Shazier’s status for 2020. “When you’re dealing with Ryan, [more]...2020
  • • Steelers hope James Conner regains form after “unfortunate year”
    The prospects of Ben Roethlisberger‘s return from a season-ending shoulder injury was one of the chief topics of General Manager Kevin Colbert’s meeting with the media on Thursday, but it wasn’t the only one concerning hopes for better things for a key offensive player in 2020. Running back James Conner dealt with shoulder and thigh [more]...2020
  • • Steelers GM: Ben Roethlisberger not near retirement yet
    Ben Roethlisberger will turn 38 in a few weeks and is recovering from a major elbow injury that required surgery, but the Pittsburgh Steelers are confident the star quarterback is not approaching the finish line of his career. Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert provided a positive update about Roethlisberger’s rehab on Thursday and said he believes Big Ben could be better in 2020 than he was t...2020
  • • Steelers GM provides positive update on Ben Roethlisberger's recovery from elbow surgery
    Ben Roethlisberger might not need to look like a mountain man for much longer. Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert provided a positive update on Roethlisberger’s recovery from elbow surgery. Roethlisberger will meet with doctors on Feb. 21 to determine if he is cleared to start throwing. Colbert shared that the Steelers’ medical staff has worked closely with their franchise quarterba...2020
  • • Steelers place Ryan Shazier on PUP list so he can still collect salary
    On Monday, the Steelers officially placed Ryan Shazier on Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform List. By taking this step, the Steelers will ensure that Ryan Shazier will continue to collect his salary for the 2019 season. For cap purposes, he’ll count for $473K against the books.  Shazier has remained steadfast in his insistence that he wants to return to the field one day, but it won’t be in 2019...2019
  • • Steelers' Eli Rogers suspended to open the season
    Young wide receiver Eli Rogers just recently returned to the Pittsburgh Steelers on a free agent contract earlier this summer. It now looks like Rogers’ stay in Pittsburgh could be short-lived.The team announced on Tuesday that the pass catcher has been suspended by the NFL for the first game of the season after violating the league’s substance abuse policy.“We are disappointed that Eli Rogers has...2018
  • • NFL suspends Steelers WR Eli Rogers
    The NFL has suspended Steelers wide receiver Eli Rogers for the first game of the season after a violation of the substance abuse policy. In a statement, GM Kevin Colbert expressed his disappointment. “We are disappointed that Eli Rogers has been suspended for Week 1 of the regular season as part of the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse,” Colbert said. “The suspension will begin follo...2018

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Kevin Colbert trade, contract, salary rumors

  • • Steelers GM expresses concern for Antonio Brown, says ‘door is always open’ to support him
    Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert enjoyed watching Antonio Brown dominate on the field with the Steelers for years. While the relationship between Brown and the organization ended poorly, Colbert expressed his concern and offered support for Brown following a rocky year. The Steelers traded Brown to the Oakland Raiders last season. The star receiver’s stay in Oakland didn’t last lo...2020
  • • Kevin Colbert: Ryan Shazier trying to “resurrect his career”
    Ryan Shazier hasn’t given up on a return to the football field. The Steelers linebacker hasn’t played since his spinal injury in 2017, but he has remained a part of the organization since. Shazier’s contract, though, is expiring. General Manager Kevin Colbert was asked Thursday about Shazier’s status for 2020. “When you’re dealing with Ryan, [more]...2020
  • • Steelers GM Kevin Colbert discusses contract status, Ben Roethlisberger
    Last summer, Steelers GM Kevin Colbert indicated he did not want to enter into a multi-year extension with the team, as he prefers to take things on a year-to-year basis. Earlier this month, the 63-year-old signed another one-year contract with the club to remain in his general manager post through the 2020 campaign. But in a meeting with Steelers beat writers Thursday, Colbert indicated he is not...2020
  • • Steelers sign GM Colbert through 2021 NFL draft
    The Steelers signed general manager Kevin Colbert to a one-year extension Wednesday that will keep him under contract through the 2021 NFL draft....2020
  • • Steelers announce contract extension for long-time general manager Kevin Colbert
    Colbert's extension will run through the 2021 draft...2020
  • • Steelers GM Kevin Colbert signs one-year extension
    Kevin Colbert will stay in Pittsburgh for at least one more year. On Wednesday, the Steelers announced a one-year contract extension with their longtime GM.  “I am happy to announce we have extended Kevin Colbert’s contract for an additional year,” said Steelers President Art Rooney II. “Kevin continues to play a key role in our success and his dedication to our personnel efforts is unparalleled. ...2020
  • • Kevin Colbert signs one-year deal with Steelers
    Steelers owner Art Rooney II said last month that he was optimistic about General Manager Kevin Colbert returning for another season and now the deal is done. The Steelers announced that Colbert has signed a one-year deal to remain on the job through at least the 2021 draft. It will be his 21st year with [more]...2020
  • • Steelers hopeful about retaining GM Kevin Colbert
    Pittsburgh Steelers GM Kevin Colbert’s current deal expires at the conclusion of the 2020 NFL Draft, and the team is hopeful that he will extend it. Steelers president Art Rooney II said the team was “optimistic” about getting a deal done with Colbert, and that all signs pointed toward it happening. The decision to let Colbert’s contract run down came from the GM himself, who declined extension ta...2020
  • • Art Rooney II “optimistic” Kevin Colbert returns for 2020 season
    After the Steelers signed head coach Mike Tomlin to an extension in July, General Manager Kevin Colbert was asked whether he’d also be signing an extension before his contract expires in April. Colbert said he wouldn’t sign one and would continue in his job on a year-to-year basis. Colbert added that he didn’t expect to [more]...2020
  • • Steelers GM Kevin Colbert reportedly will be targeted by the Panthers
    The Carolina Panthers made the surprising move to fire longtime head coach Ron Rivera after almost nine seasons in that role. Even though the Panthers are in the midst of a four-game losing streak, no one could have predicted Carolina firing Rivera in the middle of the season. It now looks like this could be part of a broader shakeup for owner David Tepper and the Panthers. According to MMQB’s Alb...2019

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  • • Why Jarvis Jones Is Pittsburgh Steelers' Most Important New Starter
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  • • How Pittsburgh Steelers Offense, Defense Compare to Rest of AFC North
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  • • Pittsburgh Steelers: Creating the Blueprint for Optimal Defense in 2015
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  • • Pittsburgh Steelers: Position Breakdown, Depth Chart Analysis at Wide Receiver
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  • • What to Expect from Pittsburgh Steelers Defense in 2015
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  • • Why Arthur Moats Is Pittsburgh Steelers' Most Overlooked 2015 Starter
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  • • Steelers GM Kevin Colbert discusses contract status, Ben Roethlisberger
    2020
  • • Maurkice Pouncey defends Roethlisberger against Le'Veon Bell criticism
    Ben Roethlisberger has come under fire this offseason thanks to some of the things Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown have said about him on their way out of Pittsburgh, but Maurkice Pouncey wants to make it clear that not everyone who played with the quarterback feels that way. In a lengthy interview with Jenny Vrentas of Sports Illustrated, Bell admitted that Roethlisberger “was a factor” in his wan...2019
  • • Antonio Brown not ‘angry’ with Steelers, still wants to be traded
    Antonio Brown insists he’s not “angry” with the Pittsburgh Steelers, but indicates in an upcoming interview that it’s in the best interest of all involved parties that he be traded. There obviously has been no shortage of animosity between Brown and the Steelers since the disgruntled wide receiver was unceremoniously benched for the team’s season finale. The incident exposed a disconnect between B...2019
  • • Ryan Shazier will not play football in 2018
    Ryan Shazier believes his NFL story isn’t finished yet, but the chapter for the Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker’s 2018 season will be focused on recovering off the field.According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert confirmed Shazier will not suit up next season.Alex Kozora of the Steelers Depot added that Colbert called the linebacker “year-to-year.”Shazier will remain ...2018
  • • Steelers sent private plane to bring Ryan Shazier’s parents to Cincinnati
    The Pittsburgh Steelers sent a private plane to pick up Ryan Shazier’s parents so they could be with their son after he suffered a frightening and serious back injury during Monday night’s victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Shazier currently is hospitalized at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. NFL Network’s Aditi Kinkhabwala broke the news Tuesday morning on Twitter that his parents a...2017
  • • Combine: Thin OL crop still provides options
    INDIANAPOLIS – For most of the season the Patriots offensive line was one of the best stories of the year. The return of Dante Scarnecchia solidified the struggling group, and particularly down the stretch the unit performed well beyond its years. Then the playoffs came and many of the same old concerns showed themselves once again. In the divisional round win over Houston, the Texans were constan...2017
  • • Shaun Suisham Released by Steelers: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction
    2016
  • • Pittsburgh Steelers: 7-Round Mock Draft and Top-100 Big Board
    2016
  • • Mike Tanier's Combine Notebook Day 5: D-Linemen Must Run Fast or Fall Behind
    2016
  • • Heath Miller Was the Perfect Pittsburgh Steeler
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Top Kevin Colbert news

  • • Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers in early contract talks
    General manager Kevin Colbert revealed that the Steelers have begun preliminary contract talks with Ben Roethlisberger. Find out what Colbert had to say about Jason Worilds' future as well....2015
  • • Brett Keisel Released by Steelers: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction
    2015
  • • James Harrison: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation on Steelers LB's Future
    2016
  • • 3 takes on Artie Burns
    Steelers General Manager Kevin Colbert and Coach Mike Tomlin on Artie Burns....2016
  • • 3 takes on Watt
    Find out what General Manager Kevin Colbert said, as well as Watt's thoughts....2017
  • • Colbert's assessment as meetings open
    GM Kevin Colbert addressed a number of issues as the NFL Owners Meetings began in Phoenix....2015
  • • Steelers put Joey Porter on leave after arrest
    Steelers outside linebackers coach Joey Porter has been placed on leave following his Sunday arrest, which came just hours after the team’s playoff win against the Dolphins. “We are continuing to gather information concerning Sunday night’s incident involving Joey Porter,” Steelers G.M. Kevin Colbert said in a statement. “We have been and will continue to…...2017
  • • Kevin Colbert: Draft offers best OLBs in 10 or 15 years
    Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert gushed on Monday about the draft's talented class of outside linebackers, calling this year's crop the best he's seen in 10 or 15 years....2015
  • • Kevin Colbert: Steelers feel good about Sammie Coates
    Why didn't the Steelers chase a veteran wide receiver following Martavis Bryant's suspension? Find out what general manager Kevin Colbert and to say about second-year wideout Sammie Coates....2016
  • • Steelers GM Kevin Colbert on possibility of Antonio Brown reunion: 'We have moved on'
    2020

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  • • Martavis Bryant Suspension Upheld: Latest Comments and Reaction
    2015

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  • • Ben Roethlisberger aiming for full clearance by summer
    2020
  • • Steelers GM Kevin Colbert signs one-year extension
    2020
  • • Steelers hopeful about retaining GM Kevin Colbert
    2020
  • • Steelers reportedly prefer to trade Antonio Brown to NFC team
    The Pittsburgh Steelers have come to accept the necessity of an Antonio Brown trade, but they still have some control over his ultimate destination and intend to exercise it. According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the Steelers prefer to trade Brown to an NFC team to avoid the threat of him playing in the same conference. They have definitively ruled out their AFC North rivals, as well as the New Engla...2019
  • • Report: Teammates believe Le'Veon Bell will report to Steelers on Wednesday
    Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert made it clear Tuesday that he wasn’t happy star running back Le’Veon Bell has not yet shown up to work.However, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, Bell’s teammates expect him to show up on Wednesday and sign his franchise tag in time to play in Week 1. “His teammates believe that he is going to be there on Wednesday — that is what everyone bel...2018
  • • Le’Veon Bell’s agent tight-lipped about running back’s plan
    Adisa Bakari, Le’Veon Bell’s agent, made an appearance Wednesday on SiriusXM NFL Radio to discuss his client’s ongoing holdout. Bakari, however, was not inclined to disclose exactly when the running back intends to rejoin the Pittsburgh Steelers.Bakari was tight-lipped when asked when Bell can be expected to report, an issue that becomes more and more dire the nearer it gets to the Steelers’ seaso...2018
  • • Steelers sign LB Vince Williams to lucrative extension
    There’s an Oprah GIF for what we’re seeing out of Pittsburgh on Thursday. Everyone gets an extension.Okay, that might be a bit of an overreaction. But general manager Kevin Colbert and the Steelers are certainly taking care of business.Fresh off making Chris Boswell the highest-paid kicker in the NFL, Pittsburgh has signed starting linebacker Vince Williams to a new four-year contract through the ...2018
  • • Steelers GM on Bell: ‘He’ll be a Pittsburgh Steeler in 2018’
    Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert insisted this week ‘that despite some conflict and uncertainty, Le’Veon Bell will be with the team in 2018.“[H]e’ll be a Pittsburgh Steeler in 2018,” Colbert said this week on “PFT Live” at the owners meetings, via Pro Football Talk. “Unless he did something that he didn’t do last year, I think we can assume that if we don’t get a long-term deal do...2018
  • • Steelers reportedly put Le'Veon Bell talks on hold
    The Steelers are putting negotiations with star running back Le’Veon Bell on hold while the team continues to navigate free agency and prepare for the draft, per Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com (via Twitter). GM Kevin Colbert indicated that his club will resume talks with Bell’s reps “eventually,” and he hopes Bell will report to training camp. Those comments seem to suggest that Colbert is not especial...2018
  • • Steelers not actively negotiating deal with Le’Veon Bell, won’t rescind tag
    The Pittsburgh Steelers have said their goal is to sign Le’Veon Bell to a long-term extension rather than have him play under the franchise tag for a second consecutive year, but it does not sound like negotiations between the two sides are getting anywhere.On Sunday, Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert told reporters that talks between the team and Bell’s camp are on hold for the time being. H...2018

Kevin Colbert rumors, scandals

  • • Steelers GM provides positive update on Ben Roethlisberger's recovery from elbow surgery
    2020
  • • Steelers hopeful about retaining GM Kevin Colbert
    2020
  • • Ravens emerging as favorite to sign Le’Veon Bell?
    Le’Veon Bell will have no shortage of potential suitors when he hits free agency, and there’s been some chatter this week at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis that the Baltimore Ravens conceivably could emerge as a front-runner. According to The Athletic’s Jeff Zrebiec, despite the Ravens indicating the team would likely not get involved in the Bell sweepstakes, the buzz continues to build....2019
  • • Steelers listening to Martavis Bryant offers
    The Steelers may not be actively shopping Martavis Bryant, but they’re listening to offers on the contract-year wide receiver, Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports. Bryant did not appear to be content with his situation last season, and trade buzz followed the deep threat for weeks leading up to the 2017 deadline. But Pittsburgh kept him in the fold, and as of February, the franchise wasn’t planning o...2018
  • • Ben Roethlisberger confirms return for 2017 NFL season
    Ben Roethlisberger has ended months of speculations concerning his NFL future by announcing he’ll return to the Pittsburgh Steelers for the 2017 season.The announcement that Roethlisberger would return for a 14th NFL season was made via the Twitter account of the quarterback’s official website. Roethlisberger fueled retirement rumors shortly after the Steelers’ disheartening loss to the New Englan...2017
  • • Combine Notebook: New look in Indy
    INDIANAPOLIS – The NFL Scouting Combine took on a bit of a different look in 2017. No longer is the event being held inside Lucas Oil Stadium, where cramped quarters often made the logistics of interviewing players and coaches difficult. Instead the operation moved next door inside the spacious Indiana Convention Center with the media located in a separate area, which left plenty of room for the p...2017
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