Tuesday practice report

<b>LATROBE --</b> Rain at 3 p.m. forced the Steelers indoors for 15 minutes or so, and when the sky cleared they came back down to the field. That's when things got hot, and we're not talking about the weather.
August 10, 2004

A look at the secondary

It's not a complete makeover, but the Steelers certainly did a Bob Villa-like fixer-upper job on their secondary heading into the 2004 season. <br><br> With training camp set to open July 30, the Steelers currently have three new starters at the four secondary positions from a year ago. And the only reason Chad Scott, the only returning starter, still has a spot with the team is because it would cost the Steelers too much money to release him.
July 28, 2004

Running down the roster

And you thought you could read the Steelers' roster without having an opinion forced upon you. Not here, my friend. We have comments about everyone.
July 25, 2004

Clements, Robinson move on

It was a busy day for the Steelers, who lost defensive backs coach Willie Robinson to the San Francisco 49ers, quarterbacks coach Tom Clements to the Buffalo Bills and added 10 players to their roster.
January 15, 2004

State of the cornerback union

The release of rookie free agent cornerback Nashville Dyer Friday can only mean one thing. The Steelers plan to keep six cornerbacks on their active roster.
August 23, 2003

Cutting the roster

While Steelers head coach Bill Cowher has until Tuesday to trim the team's roster to 65 players and until Aug. 31 to get down to the regular season limit of 53, he need not take even that long. <br><br>In reality, there are only a few roster spots open on this team and, for the most part, those spots have already been claimed. <br><br>Here's one man's look at the Steelers' 53-man roster:
August 20, 2003