LeGarrette Blount

Pittsburgh Steelers #27 - Running Back

  • Born: 12/05/86
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 250
  • Seasons: 5

41 Days to Atlanta: Erik Lorig and Kasim Edebali


With the Saints training camp in full swing, 90 players are competing for the right to wear black and gold in September. Working our way through the roster countdown until the regular season, today...

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Donte Whitner & Ted Ginn Jr. go back to Cleveland


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32 scenarios in 32 days: Archer hits paydirt 6 x's

The Steelers' rookie RB/WR has a skill set that will lead to success in 2014, and that success will lead to touchdowns.

32 scenarios in 32 days: Steelers reach 2k rushing

One of the keys to the Steelers' season is their ability to run the football. That goes beyond just LeBackfield; it's about opportunity. That comes from the defense's ability to take the ball away...

Tomlin will let play determine RB pecking order


The Steelers have a strong stable of running backs heading into 2014. Coach Mike Tomlin says he will decide who receives what role after observing Le'veon Bell, LeGarrette Blount and Dri Archer in...

Steelers Fantasy Football: Bell in top 20

Rotoworld's Evan Silva puts Bell in his top 20 overall, but may be missing a piece or two that could land Bell into the top 10.

32 scenarios in 32 days: Ben breaks own record

Roethlisberger's passing total may only be affected by the success of the Steelers' running game. But it's still fully possible Roethlisberger tops 4,000 yards for the fourth time in his career.

Haley says the ground game will limit turnovers

Todd Haley credits last year's 6-2 turnaround to an increased sense of ball security. What does he attribute to that? Efficiency in the Steelers' running attack. Read how that played into last...

32 scenarios in 32 days: Blount tallies 10 TDs

The development of the team's offensive line and running backs groups is an exciting aspect of the team's preparation for this year. However, with new coaches guiding both units, it could be a...

Le'Backfield showing its versatility

If you want to run a successful no-huddle offense, you're going to need some multi-dimensional players capable of performing a variety of roles. So far, the LeBackfiled is showing it's up to the task

Todd Haley looks to build upon 2013 successes

Offensive coordinator Todd Haley sat down with Bob Labriola and shared some encouraging thoughts on this year's upcoming offense.

James Gayle cut by the Tennessee Titans


One of my favorite draft sleepers cut from the team.

Dri Archer learning from WRs and RBs

It makes perfect sense he's learning from the Steelers' dual-role offensive player, Le'Veon Bell. He's taken Archer under his wing, becoming something of the present expert among running backs on...

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