Failed Physicals Lead to Waiver Wire

It hasn't changed since you were in high school. If you can't pass the physical, you can't play. Four Cardinals couldn't pass this week, and for two it meant their next stop was the waiver wire. For two others though, the Physically Unable to Perform list was their destination.
August 2, 2006

Two former camp phenoms among early cuts

A pair of former training camp phenoms were released Monday by the Steelers as the team trimmed its roster to 75 players.
August 29, 2005

Cobb trying to regain magic

There aren't many players from Temple running around the NFL. The program, in fact, gets so little respect that it's been booted out of the Big East. That's the same Big East that was forced to raid Conference USA to have enough schools to continue as a football conference after three of its teams bolted for the ACC.
May 13, 2005

If I Were A Carpenter ...

Fans aren't taking to the negotiations with WR Cedrick Wilson, but I like the Steelers's intention here. He's only 26, is by all reports a solid player with solid character and heart. What's not to like?
March 8, 2005

Breaking down the Steelers: Tight ends/receivers

The 2004 Pittsburgh Steelers intrigued us, made us smile and surprised even their harshest critics. <br><br> Ultimately, however, they disappointed.
February 4, 2005

Trimming the roster

Steelers director of football operations Kevin Colbert was quick to point out in the aftermath of this year's draft that practice squads were increasing from five to eight players this season. And, Colbert said, the Steelers were taking players in later rounds with that in mind.
August 29, 2004