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Factoid: Kenny Pickett

I liked the way Kenny Pickett played late last year, going 6-1 in his last seven full games. He led those late-game touchdown drives to pull out wins against the Raiders and Ravens. I just wish he had thrown a few more touchdown passes.   more »



Steelers sign QB Rudolph to one-year contract

The Pittsburgh Steelers announced this week that they have signed quarterback MASON RUDOLPH to a one-year contract. Rudolph returns to the Steelers after a two-month stint on the free agent market.More Rudolph is a former third-round pick from the 2018 NFL Draft and has served as the Steelers backup or third-string quarterback during his time with the team. Barring injury, Rudolph is expected to assume the third-string role behind starter KENNY PICKETT and veteran backup MITCH TRUBISKY. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Around the NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers acquired Allen Robinson from the Rams yesterday. I don't think it's a particularly exciting acquisition; we've got two years of evidence to say it's over for the former star. But it's a cheap enough flier, and he's joining an offense that's headed in the right direction.   more »


Factoid: Kenny Pickett

What to make of Kenny Pickett? He had a decent rookie season, winning some games and operating the offense, but the overall production was pretty meager.  more »



Canada to return as Steelers offensive coordinator

The Pittsburgh Steelers confirmed on Wednesday that offensive coordinator Matt Canada will return to the team for a third season. Despite an outcry to fire him and numerous rumors about hisMore coaching status, Canada’s future was reportedly never really in doubt after the offense continued to show signs of improvement late in the season. The Steelers won their last four games and six of their final seven as rookie quarterback KENNY PICKETT continued to develop – with both factors playing into the decision to retain Canada. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Around the NFL: Matt Canada

For better or for worse, the Steelers apparently are sticking with offensive coordinator Matt Canada. So says a report in an area newspaper.   more »


Mailbag: January 14, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: breakout players for 2023. Ascending George Kittle. Alvin Kamara's suspension risk. Penalty-prone secondaries. And more. more »


Podcast: December 27 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff wrap up 2022 by giving you one last week of Supply by Demand. Sponsored by Affordable Trophies; PLAY ALONG AND WIN A PLAQUE RIGHT NOW!  more »



Steelers QB Pickett returns to full practice

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback KENNY PICKETT returned as a full practice participant on Wednesday, three days after missing a start because of an injury for the first time in his NFL career.More Pickett was previously cleared from the NFL concussion protocol and should be ready to roll for Saturday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune


Steelers QB Pickett cleared to return

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback KENNY PICKETT is expected to start in Saturday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders after missing last Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers due to a concussion. PickettMore is coming off his second concussion of the season, after being concussed in October in a game against Tampa Bay. The Saturday matchup is essentially a playoff game in real football, as each team comes into the matchup at 6-8 and the loser can be eliminated with a loss. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Steelers QB Pickett enters concussion protocol

Pittsburgh Steelers rookie quarterback KENNY PICKETT entered the concussion protocol in the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens and did not return to the game. Pickett took aMore hard sack at the end of the Steelers’ first drive and, after coming to the sideline, Pickett was evaluated for a concussion in the injury tent. He was initially cleared and reentered the game for a second drive, but after entering the protocol following that series, he did not return and was replaced by backup quarterback MITCH TRUBISKY. Less



Steelers stars progressing through concussion protocol

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback KENNY PICKETT and tight end PAT FREIERMUTH both remain in the NFL concussion protocol, but both were able to practice in full during Wednesday’s practice. The practice statusMore of both players is an encouraging sign that they are progressing through the protocol and appear to be trending in the right direction leading up to the Steelers game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday Night Football. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Steelers QB Pickett in concussion protocol, but…

Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin said on Tuesday that rookie quarterback KENNY PICKETT will remain the team’s starting quarterback and will play in Sunday night’s game against the Miami Dolphins ifMore he is cleared to play medically. Pickett suffered a concussion in the third quarter of last Sunday’s game, and he remains in the concussion protocol. Pickett is expected to practice today, which would be an encouraging step in his recovery. Less

Source: Team Website


Steelers QB Pickett leaves first career home start with concussion

Pittsburgh Steelers rookie quarterback KENNY PICKETT left Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay during the third quarter and did not return because of a concussion. Former starter-turned-backup MITCH TRUBISKY replaced Pickett atMore quarterback and finished off a surprise victory over the Bucs that ended a four-game losing streak for the Steelers. Pickett, meanwhile, enters the concussion protocol where fantasy owners will need to monitor his progress in the days ahead. Less

Source: Pittsburg Tribune

Podcast: October 7 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 5 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by the Fantasy Football Counselor.  more »

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