Head coach Mike Tomlin leads his Pittsburgh Steelers into the team’s second preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs, 7:30 p.m. tonight at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. The game will be broadcast on KDKA-TV.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver John “JuJu” Smith-Schuster called some kids over to sign autographs for them as practice wrapped up at the team’s training camp on Thursday at St. Vincent College, but staff told them to get off of the field. JuJu apologized to the kids. The Steelers wrapped up their pre-season training at SVC Thursday.
Pittsburgh Steelers mascot Steely McBeam shakes hands with Jeff Dull of Bedford during Wednesday afternoon’s prctice at St. Vincetn College. Today is the final day of pre-season practice at SVC before the Steelers head to their Heinz Field training headquarters.
Two-year-old Mackenzie Rose, a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers, came prepared for the rain at the team’s training camp practice on Tuesday, Aug. 13, with her mother Amanda Rose and her grandmother Luann Rozzuto of Irwin.
Friend Brayden Vivio visited the Pittsburgh Steelers’ training camp at St. Vincent College recently with his friends Evan and Alivia Bowen and their parents Mike and Lisa Bowen of North Huntingdon Township.
Testing his football footwork, Dylan Wyandt, 9, of Johnstown runs through the obstacle course at the Pittsburgh Steelers’ training camp on Wednesday at St. Vincent College. There are lots of different activities for people of all ages at camp, giving everyone in Steeler Nation a chance to get in on the fun.
It’s time to push on through as Connor Bennett, 9, of Johnstown plows through tackling dummies at the Pittsburgh Steelers’ training camp on Wednesday at St. Vincent College. The team’s next public practice is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 11.
Ten-year-old Sophia, 5-year-old Avila and 11-year-old Gianna Trunzo watch the prize wheel spin at the Pittsburgh Steelers’ training camp on Wednesday at St. Vincent College. Their parents are Bridgette and Jarod Trunzo of Latrobe.
Josh Dobbs will start at quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers during their home preseason opener Friday (7:30 p.m.) against Tampa Bay at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster walks the sideline as he comes down with a pass ahead of cornerback Justin Layne during a training camp practice on Tuesday at St. Vincent College.
Injuries are beginning to mount for the Pittsburgh Steelers as the team’s first preseason game approaches Friday against Tampa Bay at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver John Sherman “JuJu” Smith-Schuster takes a moment to sign a helmet and pose for a photo with a young fan watching the team’s training camp practice at St. Vincent College on Saturday.
Four-year-old Brock Murphy of Long Island, New York, is cheered on by his dad, Craig, as he aims at a target during the passing competition at the Pittsburgh Steelers training camp at St. Vincent College on Saturday. He was also joined by his cousins Kevin Melore and Jack Melore. Brock is the grandson of the Steelers’ general manager Kevin Colbert.
Cruz Krakowski, 6, tries his hand at football bowling before the Pittsburgh Steelers’ training camp practice at St. Vincent College on Saturday. He visited camp with Shawnika Hunt and her son Clayton, 6. Shawnika is the wife of the Steeler’s pro scouting coordinator Brandon Hunt. Cruz and Clayton attend Wexford Elementary School.
Jack Short, 7, shows off his leg at the field goal exhibit at the Pittsburgh Steelers’ training camp at St. Vincent College on Saturday afternoon. He visited camp with his mother, Shannon, from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jack was at West Allegheny High School in Imperial, Pennsylvania, July 18-19, for Steelers Youth Camp. This is also his second trip to training camp already this year.
Pittsburgh Steelers’ wide receiver James Washington hopes a strong finish to his rookie year can carry over into his second season.
When most people think of area college players with a shot at the National Football League, large schools like Pitt and Penn State are the first ones that come to mind.
St. Vincent College will once again extend its campus hospitality to the Pittsburgh Steelers players, coaches, staff and thousands of fans for the 54th consecutive year of summer training camp.
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ always-popular “Friday Night Lights” evening practice, which will benefit the Greater Latrobe School District Athletic Department, will take place Friday at Memorial Stadium in Latrobe from 7-9 p.m.
While the opening of the 54th annual Pittsburgh Steelers’ summer training camp at St. Vincent College gets extensive media attention in newspapers, radio and television, and attracts tens of thousands of fans to the campus, their move to SVC in 1966 started quietly.
Pittsburgh Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin wasn’t the only one with contract news on Thursday’s first day of training camp at St. Vincent College.
Any kind of uncertainty regarding the future of Pittsburgh Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin was put to rest on Thursday’s first day of training camp at St. Vincent College.
The Pittsburgh Steelers were all business when they reported to training camp Thursday at St. Vincent College.
The hillside leading down to Chuck Noll Field is a popular spot to beat the summer heat and wait for autographs during Steelers training camp at St. Vincent College.