No Respect For Special Teams

NFL coaches tell players that offense, defense and special teams are equally important. But with the release of special teams leader Anthony Madison on Saturday, the Steelers showed that they don't think so. And by Sunday, we'll know if any team really believes in that statement.
September 6, 2009

7 Points: Getting Serious

Are the Lions back on track? Is the draft schedule change good or bad? Why does Chris Chambers need a big year in San Diego? Ed Thompson weighs in on those issues and shares insight from talks with Rams LB Larry Grant, Bills LB Nic Harris, veteran DL John Thornton and Steelers CB Anthony Madison.
July 27, 2009

Scout Radio: Steelers CB Anthony Madison

As NFL rookies get their first look at their new team's facilities, new teammates and coaches, second-year players like Pittsburgh cornerback Anthony Madison can't help but reflect on what their experience was like just one year ago.
May 14, 2007

Size, background matter little to Madison

Growing up in Thomasville, Ala., Anthony Madison learned to do more with less. Living in a family of 12 – including three sets of twins – in a three-bedroom home, he didn't have a lot of choice in the matter.
June 26, 2006