Roster cuts Are In !

The first cuts are in, and the only minor surprise is the release of cornerback Nashville Dyer. The free agent from Kent State is still eligible to be placed on the five-man practice squad after 4 p.m. on Sept. 1.
August 22, 2003

Notebook: Gildon, Again

<b>LATROBE -- </b> It's the seemingly never-ending question: Is Jason Gildon ready to take his place in Steelers history? <br><br> Reporters first began asking about Gildon's rise up the Steelers sacks chart in the spring of 2002. But Gildon, the Steelers' strong-side outside linebacker, was stopped at 71 career sacks last year, only 2.5 behind the franchise's unofficial leader, L.C. Greenwood, who played before sacks became an official NFL statistic in 1982.
August 3, 2003

Notebook: Offense Redeems Itself

<b> LATROBE –</b> Steelers offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey shut off the question about Wednesday night's failure at the goal line before it could be asked. <br><br> "Wait a minute," Mularkey interrupted. "It was a self-inflicted wound. We fumbled."
August 2, 2003

Day 2 Camp Notes, The Dirt

A player practices well one day and tanks the next. And then a guy you counted out steps up and grabs a roster spot. Erik Totten was my man yesterday, but then a guy named Troy Polamalu flew in and stole all the thunder. Sometimes the order of things before camp even begins is the best guide to how the final roster will shake out.
July 29, 2003

Grading The Players - The Specialists

Following is a series grading the players and strength of position for the 2003-04 Pittsburgh Steelers.<br><br> <b>Today: The Specialists</b>
July 15, 2003