Originally appeared on EndZoneNews.com. When Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor broke his thumb in the team’s first preseason game against the Redskins, he may have actually helped out his teammates. Surely, Taylor didn’t wish for a broken thumb, but his injury won’t affect any playing time during the regular season. Taylor’s thumb will force him to miss the […]Read more "Ike Taylor’s Injury Could Be a Blessing In Disguise for the Pittsburgh Steelers"
Originally appeared on EndZoneNews.com. The Miami RedHawks have had one of the biggest roller-coaster rides over the last two seasons in college football. Just two seasons ago, the Miami RedHawks finished with a despicable record of 1-11 behind first-year head coach Mike Haywood. The very next season, Haywood led a resurgence in 2010, as the Redhawks fought improbable odds […]Read more "Miami RedHawks Look to Return to Tradition, Championship"
Originally appeared on EndZoneNews.com After opting to leave the Steelers for a more sizable contract after the 2004 season, Plaxico Burress landed in New York with the Giants. After a Burress-less year in Pittsburgh, in the 2006 draft the team went out and selected a young speedster out of Ohio State by the name of […]Read more "Plaxico Burress and Santonio Holmes’ Long and Unlikely Journey to the New York Jets"
Originally appeared on EndZoneNews.com When the Kansas City Chiefs selected Jon Baldwin with the 26th pick of the 2011 NFL Draft, many-a jaw hit the floor. After a season where the wide receiver’s numbers were down at Pitt, Baldwin was predicted to fall somewhere in the middle of the second round. There was something about Baldwin’s […]Read more "Chiefs WR Jon Baldwin is Excited to Prove His Team Right"
After not playing each other since 2000, Penn State and Pitt have signed an agreement to play in 2016 and 2017. “We are very pleased that this two-game series is now in place,” Pitt AD Steve Pederson told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, “and a new generation of fans can experience the excitement of a Pitt-Penn state football game.” […]Read more "Keystone State Rivalry to Resume: Penn State & Pitt Agree to Play Again"