Defensive end Cam Heyward, who had Tommy John surgery in January, had his makeup workout at Ohio State on Wednesday in front of an NFL contingent that included representatives from 3-4 defensive schemers Pittsburgh and San Diego.
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Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau‘s answer in that last drive was pressure.
Before we get into anything else, let’s just jump right to the end of the book: I think the Packers are gonna beat the Steelers, and I think they’ll do it by double digits.
If there is a difference between the 3-4 defenses of the Packers and Steelers — and I think there is — in my mind it’s the youth and talent of Packers cornerbacks Sam Shields, Tramon Williams and Charles Woodson.
Posted: Thursday, December 30th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Brandon Jackson, Brian Baldinger, Chris Long, Dick LeBeau, Four Downs, Fred Robbins, Gary Gibson, Green Bay Packers, Gregg Williams, James Hall, John Kuhn, New Orleans Saints, Peyton Hillis, Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Rams, Troy Polamalu
This week, Four Downs takes a inside look ahead at four of the matchups in Week 17 and what could be key factors.
Posted: Sunday, October 17th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Adrian Peterson, Art Monk, Bill Belichick, Brett Favre, Brian Mitchell, Chris Ivory, DeSean Jackson, Devin Hester, Dick LeBeau, Eli Manning, Eric Metcalf, Hines Ward, Jeremy Maclin, Jerry Rice, John Elway, LaDainian Tomlinson, Lou Groza, Marvin Harrison, Mike Vrabel, Mike Williams, Phil Dawson, Phil Simms, Randy Moss, Ronde Barber, Terrell Owens, Tom Brady
A look at Week 6 through some of the most notable numbers of the week, with an assist from George Li of the NFL Network research desk.
Posted: Sunday, October 10th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Cadillac Williams, Chad Henne, Dick Lane, Dick LeBeau, Earnest Graham, LeGarrette Blount, Lem Barney, Levi Brown, Mark Clayton, Max Hall, Sam Bradford, Tom Brady, Tony Romo
St. Louis QB Sam Bradford was the hot pickup this week, as enthusiasts scrambled to replace bye week starters Tom Brady and Chad Henne.
Some trickery from Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau that might otherwise go unnoticed led directly to the overtime win against the Falcons on Sunday.
The Steelers waved Terrible Towels as Dick LeBeau kicked off the induction ceremonies on Saturday night. LeBeau was introduced by his brother, Bob, who said that he immediately poured four fingers worth of single-malt scotch when he found out that Dick was inducted into Hall of Fame.
There was no mistaking when the Steelers made their way into Fawcett Stadium on Saturday night. There was a considerable pop from the far corner of the stadium, and fans flocked to the end zone next to the stage where the Steelers started filing in.
CANTON, Ohio — The folks at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, who do such a terrific job every year organizing Enshrinement Weekend, usually wait until late in the game to finalize the order in which the Class of 2010 will be inducted in Saturday night’s ceremony. That list became set Friday afternoon. So here’s the official order: 1. Dick LeBeau 2. John Randle 3. Russ Grimm 4. Rickey Jackson 5. Jerry Rice 6. Floyd Little 7. Emmitt Smith
Many people associated with the NFL — past and present — will be in Canton, Ohio, this weekend to witness and/or be a part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame 2010 Induction Ceremony. So will all of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Posted: Wednesday, May 12th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Dick LeBeau, Ed Debartolo, Emmitt Smith, Floyd Little, Hall of Fame class of 2010, Jerry Jones, Jerry Rice, Joe Bugel, John Randle, John Teerlinck, JR., Pro Football Hall of Fame, Rickey Jackson, Russ Grimm, Tom Benson
The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced the presenters for the Class of 2010 this week, a group that includes two family members, two coaches, two NFL club owners and a former owner for the seven-member class.
Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau is here at the Senior Bowl keeping close watch of all the defensive standouts.
The Wildcat has left more than just NFL defenders confused and frustrated. In fact, just about everyone I talk to seems to have their own concept about what the Wildcat offense actually is. But here’s a breakdown of the offense that has become an answer to the Zone Blitz.