2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
1st in AFC North
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10dBrooke Pryor

Loyal Smith-Schuster set to 'ball out' for Steelers

After testing free agency in a depressed market amid the COVID-19 pandemic, JuJu Smith-Schuster, 24, signed a one-year, $8 million deal with the Steelers in March, saying Wednesday that he needed "to do what's best for me, and that's staying home."

Are there reasons for optimism for the Steelers this season? (1:33)
17d
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18dBrooke Pryor

Big Ben: Pay cut 'my idea' to aid in Steelers return

Fresh off a disappointing first-round playoff exit, Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger made the immediate decision to return for another season. But to do that, he recognized that taking a pay cut was "necessary" for team to fill the roster holes around him.

Steelers use Legos to release schedule (2:34)
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43dKevin Seifert

NFL allows resumption of off-site training camps

The handful of NFL teams that prefer to train at college campuses or other remote sites -- a list that includes Pittsburgh, Buffalo and Washington, among others -- can return to doing that, according to a league memo.

'Boo-hoo!': Bart Scott sounds off on Alejandro Villanueva's shot at Steelers (1:19)
43d
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44dBrooke Pryor

Steelers' Layne has felony gun charge dropped

A felony gun charge against Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Justin Layne was dropped Wednesday after he took a plea deal in a case stemming from an April 23 traffic stop.

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45dJamison Hensley

OT Villanueva: Facing Steelers drove Ravens deal

New Ravens offensive lineman Alejandro Villanueva says he is looking forward to playing the Steelers and threw some shade toward wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster.

What players are best positioned to win Offensive Rookie of the Year? (1:54)
45d
Jerome Bettis still believes Steelers are the gold standard of the AFC North (1:37)
46d
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46dJamison Hensley

Villanueva signs 2-year deal with rival Ravens

Alejandro Villanueva, who started the past six seasons for the Steelers, will remain in the AFC North after signing a two-year deal with the rival Ravens to fill the void left by the trade of Orlando Brown.

Team Stats

Passing Yards250.215th
Rushing Yards84.432nd
Points For26.012th
Points Against19.530th

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