Fat chance? Steelers safety Edmunds embracing the grind
LATROBE, Pa. (AP) — Cam Heyward was exaggerating when the Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle referred to safety Terrell Edmunds as "no body fat Rell ."
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Morgan Burnett's injury-marred stay with the Pittsburgh Steelers is over.
Pittsburgh released the veteran safety Monday, just one season into a three-year, $14.5 million...
What wall? Steelers rookie Edmunds proving reliable, durable
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Terrell Edmunds rubbed the small mark on his forehead, one still visible more than a full week after the Pittsburgh Steelers rookie safety found himself on the wrong end of a collision with New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Pittsburgh’s Terrell, Trey Edmunds ready for family reunion
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ferrell and Felecia Edmunds didn't make things overly complicated for their sons Trey, Terrell and Tremaine growing up.
The rules of the house were pretty simple. Especially the first two: finish everything and try your best to win.
Revamped Steelers secondary still a work in progress
PITTSBURGH (AP) — There's a certain kind of joyful mundaneness to Terrell Edmunds' first job out of college.
The Pittsburgh Steelers rookie safety is typically up before dawn and at the team's training facility by 7 a.m., where he spends the 11 or so hours watching film, lifting weights, attending meetings and practicing.
Career in limbo, Steelers LB Shazier helping in other ways
PITTSBURGH (AP) — At least one portion of Ryan Shazier's daily routine hasn't changed much from the previous time the Pittsburgh Steelers were preparing to face Cincinnati, even if the rest of the injured linebacker's life is hardly the same.
Shazier still makes his way to the club's practice facility around 7 a.m. most days. Any teammate willing to drop by Shazier's usual spot can feel free to pull out a notebook and start jotting Shazier's thoughts while he serves as both peer and professor.
Steelers Preview Capsule
PITTSBURGH STEELERS (13-4)
New faces: S Morgan Burnett, LB Jon Bostic, rookies S Terrell Edmunds, WR James Washington, QB Mason Rudolph, OL Chukwuma Okorafor.
Key losses: LB Ryan Shazier (injured), WR Martavis Bryant, S Mike Mitchell, S Robert Golden, CB William Gay, OL Chris Hubbard, offensive coordinator Todd Haley.
Steelers prepare for life without injured Ryan Shazier
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ryan Shazier is neither gone nor forgotten. The Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker remains a fixture at the team's facility as he continues his recovery from spinal surgery last December that left his football future uncertain at best.
While there is a sense of loss, there is no sense of panic. The Steelers understand there is no one player that has Shazier's mix of speed and smarts. So they're not even going to try to replace him.
‘Crazy’ draft day over, new Steelers DB Terrell Edmunds ready to work
Few life events beat the thrill of getting chosen in the first round of the NFL Draft.
But you would think the Steelers' Terrell Edmunds would have remembered to buckle his pants.
The call of a lifetime arrived from Steelers coach Mike Tomlin on Friday night just as Edmunds, a safety from Virginia Tech, was drying his hands in a restroom at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
Steelers draft Virginia Tech safety Terrell Edmunds
PITTSBURGH (AP) — If Terrell Edmunds is being honest, he didn't expect to hear his name called during the first round of the NFL draft.
And then the versatile safety from Virginia Tech's phone rang on Thursday night. Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was on the other end.
Edmunds brothers leaving Virginia Tech early for NFL draft
The Edmunds brothers era at Virginia Tech is officially over.
Hokies star linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and his brother, Terrell, a safety, announced on Twitter they are passing on their senior seasons to enter the NFL draft as juniors.
“My decision to come to Virginia Tech was one of the best decisions I could have ever made,” Tremaine Edmunds said in a message he posted on Wednesday. “These last three seasons were great and I will always have lifelong memories there.”
Jackson’s 19th TD pass, Hokies ‘D’ stops Virginia, 10-0
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Virginia Tech defensive tackle Ricky Walker's eyes got wide when he heard the number: The No. 24 Hokies held Virginia to 5 rushing yards Friday night, and 191 yards in all, in a 10-0 victory. It was their 14th straight win in the series and third shutout of the season.
"To shut out somebody is pretty hard nowadays," the redshirt junior said. "I'm proud, man. That's great."
No. 9 Miami, No. 13 Virginia Tech set for ACC Coastal clash
No. 13 Virginia Tech (7-1, 3-1 ACC, CFP No. 13) at No. 9 Miami (7-0, 5-0, CFP No. 10), Saturday, 8 p.m. ET (ABC)
No. 21 Virginia Tech beats No. 22 West Virginia 31-24
LANDOVER, Maryland (AP) — Virginia Tech made FedEx Field feel like Lane Stadium Northeast and got to bring that Black Diamond Trophy back to Blacksburg for the first time in more than a decade.
Oh, and the Hokies' new quarterback looks like a keeper, too.
Josh Jackson passed for 235 yards, ran for 101 and accounted for two touchdowns in his first start for Virginia Tech, and the No. 21 Hokies made a last-second stand to beat No. 22 West Virginia 31-24 on Sunday night.