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  • AP source: Browns hiring fired Steelers coordinator Haley

    Hue Jackson is finally handing off his Browns offense. Cleveland's coach, who has handled game-planning and play-calling duties while going 1-31 over two seasons with the Browns, is hiring former Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Todd Haley. Jackson interviewed other quality candidates...

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  • Report: Todd Haley to Become Browns OC, Take Play-Calling from Hue Jackson

    The Cleveland Browns are reportedly on the verge of hiring former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley to the same job, per Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com. Albert Breer of The MMQB added that head coach Hue Jackson will hand over play-calling duties to Haley. Cleveland hasn't had an official offensive coordinator since Jackson took over in 2016. Jackson is just 1-31 in two years at the helm, with the offense especially struggling despite the coach's previous experience coaching...

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  • Where Did Each of the Losing NFL Playoff Teams Go Wrong?

    There is a maddeningly thin margin for error in the NFL playoffs. All the work a team has done since April—every route run in practice, every bench press in the gym and every hour in the film room—comes down to one game.  There's extra intensity attached to each play and decision in the pressure-packed moments. And that heightened focus gives us plenty to choose from when looking back with the benefit of hindsight and assessing where each losing team went wrong. In some instances, those missteps...

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  • Names & Faces: J.J. Watt, Todd Haley

    J.J. Watt The Houston Texans' linebacker is a finalist for the NFL's Walter Payton Man of the Year award, along with Carolina tight end Greg Olsen and Baltimore tight end Benjamin Watson. Watt's relief fund for Hurricane Harvey victims raised $37 million in 19 days. Olsen has put together two initiatives, one to fight breast cancer, the other to help youngsters with congenital heart defects. Watson assists people through his charitable arm, the One More Foundation. "I learned...

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  • Stormy Daniels: Ben Roethlisberger Took Me to My Room During Donald Trump Affair

    In an interview with In Touch Weekly, adult film star Stormy Daniels detailed an alleged affair with President Donald Trump that included a tidbit about Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Daniels discussed spending time with Trump at a hotel party, which Roethlisberger also attended. She said Trump left the party after telling Roethlisberger to take care of Daniels, which led to Big Ben walking her to her hotel room at the end of the night. This article will be updated to...

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  • Porn star Stormy Daniels says Trump made Ben Roethlisberger 'take care' of her after alleged sexual encounter

    Getty Images Porn star Stormy Daniels says President Donald Trump had Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger take her back to her hotel room a day after her romp with the future president in 2006. Daniels made the comment in 2011 to InTouch, which published the full interview Friday. The comments were published after The Wall Street Journal reported that Daniels received $130,000 from Trump's lawyer just weeks prior to the 2016 election to keep quiet about the alleged...

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  • Randy Fichtner Named Steelers Offensive Coordinator, QB Coach

    The Pittsburgh Steelers didn't waste much time replacing offensive coordinator Todd Haley, promoting quarterbacks coach Randy Fichtner to the position, according to Teresa Varley of Steelers.com.  He will also remain the team's quarterbacks coach. "I want to thank Coach (Mike) Tomlin and Art Rooney II for giving me this opportunity to be the offensive coordinator for this organization," he said. "We have a tremendous roster, and it will be my charge to continue putting our offensive players in...

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  • Steelers part ways with offensive coordinator Todd Haley

    Todd Haley spent six seasons helping turn the Steelers' offense into one of the most dynamic in the NFL. All the yards and all the touchdowns weren't enough, however, for the offensive coordinator to keep his job. The Steelers chose not to renew Haley's contract on Wednesday, three days after the AFC North champions were ushered out of the playoffs in a 45-42 divisional-round loss to Jacksonville. "I have made the decision to not renew the...

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  • Jacksonville bakery trolls Ben Roethlisberger with 7 turnovers

    Ben Roethlisberger is getting more turnovers as a reminder how he came up short of a championship again in 2017.

    NY Daily News
  • AP source: Steelers part ways with Todd Haley

    A person with direct knowledge of the decision says the Pittsburgh Steelers will not renew offensive coordinator Todd Haley's contract. The person confirmed the decision to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Wednesday because there was no formal announcement from Haley or the...

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  • Ben Roethlisberger Trolled by Jacksonville Bakery, Sent Turnover Pastries

    A Jacksonville bakery is rubbing salt in the wound after the Steelers' playoff loss to the Jaguars -- sending Ben Roethlisberger a care package of fresh-baked turnover pastries!! Ouch. "We appreciated the turnovers you gave us over our…

    TMZ
  • Tomlin not ready to endorse Haley's return in 2018

    Todd Haley's contract as the offensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers is up. And coach Mike Tomlin doesn't sound as if he's in a rush to decide whether Haley will be back next season. Tomlin sidestepped several attempts to endorse Haley's return on Tuesday as the AFC North...

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  • Ben Roethlisberger on Todd Haley: 'There's Always Issues in a Competitive Field'

    Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger downplayed potential issues with offensive coordinator Todd Haley on Tuesday, two days after Pittsburgh's playoff loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. According to NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala, Roethlisberger said he met with Haley on Monday and described the situation in a tweet: "There's always issues in a competitive field ... you might butt heads at times, it doesn't mean you have any personal problems."  This article will be updated to...

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  • Big Ben wants continuity for Steelers staff

    Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger says he'll be back in 2018 and endorses keeping the coaching staff intact. Coach Mike Tomlin was vague when discussing the future of his staff.

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  • Stefon Diggs erased decades of Minnesota heartache

    An exceptional medley of great awareness, terrific balance and deft reflexes allowed Stefon Diggs to ad lib and seize both the ball and the moment in the Vikings' demon-exorcising " Minneapolis Miracle ." Diggs was supposed to go out of bounds if Case Keenum threw his way on the...

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  • In NFL conference championship games, an ace and three wild cards

    NEW YORK - Watch out, New England. Here comes Sacksonville. Get ready, Philly. The Vikings are sailing into town. Tom Brady and the big game-tested Patriots will square off against the sack-happy Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday in the AFC Championship Game in Foxborough, Mass. - with the winner headed to the Super Bowl. "It's been an awesome year," Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles said, "and we want to keep it going." In the...

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  • Jaguars stun Steelers 45-42 to earn trip to AFC title game

    PITTSBURGH - The Jacksonville Jaguars heard the chatter, read the tweets and Instagram posts. And they got a little confused. Why were the Pittsburgh Steelers talking about the New England Patriots? Didn't they have to face the Jaguars first before reaching a rematch with the Super Bowl champions? "I don't know if they misread the schedule or didn't play us this week, but they didn't acknowledge us at all," Jacksonville linebacker Myles Jack said. "And we didn't...

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  • Has Pittsburgh Steelers' Super Bowl Window Come to a Close?

    The Pittsburgh Steelers have lost their identity, and it's time for them to rediscover who they are. As the NFL continues to evolve, the legendary organization has as well. But that evolution has taken the Steelers further and further away from being a consistent franchise.  Ironically, the Steelers looked soft and allowed another franchise that mirrored their old ways to punch them in the mouth during the divisional round. The Jacksonville Jaguars left Heinz Field with a 45-42 victory on their...

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  • Just Terrible: Steelers season ends with shocking 45-42 loss

    PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pittsburgh's drama-filled season ended shockingly. A final, forgettable act. No shot at the Patriots. No seventh Super Bowl trophy. No tomorrow. And when it ended following a game no one expected, Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell, Antonio Brown and the rest of the dejected Steelers searched to find ...

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  • Ben Roethlisberger Says He Plans to Play Next Year After Playoff Loss to Jaguars

    Sunday's 45-42 AFC Divisional Round defeat to the Jacksonville Jaguars apparently won't be the final game of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's NFL career. "I plan on coming back next year," Roethlisberger said after the game, per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Ron Cook. Roethlisberger addressed his possible retirement somewhat definitively with NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala. "I don't know who's coming back, but I know the guys up front are and that makes it good for me," he...

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  • In a Steeltown shootout, Jaguars outrace Steelers in stunning fashion

    Jacksonville leaped to a 21-0 lead and Pittsburgh could never catch up.

    Washington Post
  • Jaguars stun Steelers 45-42 to earn trip to AFC title game

    The Jacksonville Jaguars, yes those Jacksonville Jaguars, are heading to the AFC championship game. Rookie running back Leonard Fournette ran for 109 yards and three touchdowns, Blake Bortles added 214 yards passing and a vital fourth-quarter score as the relentless Jaguars stunned the...

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  • Jags fueled by Steelers' perceived disrespect

    The Jacksonville Jaguars made it clear that they felt overlooked by the Pittsburgh Steelers leading up to Sunday's divisional-round playoff game and said that fueled their 45-42 victory. Malik Jackson called the Steelers' approach 'disrespectful.'

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  • The Latest: Jaguars out to 21-0 lead over Steelers

    The Latest on the NFL playoffs on divisional weekend (all times EST): 2 p.m. The Jacksonville Jaguars are taking it to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jacksonville running back T.J. Yeldon bulled in from 4 yards to give the Jaguars a stunning 21-0 lead over Pittsburgh early in the second...

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