Cameron Heyward

Pittsburgh Steelers #97 - Defensive End

  • Born: 05/06/89
  • Age: 25
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 288
  • Seasons: 4

John Mitchell Boot Camp: Tuitt's technique

Our final installment of John Mitchell Boot Camp breaks down Stephon Tuitt, a player with excellent technique for his level of experience, and a player who could compete for a starting position by...

Thomas misses California sun, winter jet-skiing

The Steelers signed swing defensive lineman Cam Thomas this offseason, not even a year since he was jet skiing outside San Diego during the winter. It's worth it, in his mind, to play for Steelers...

Steelers positioned well Phase Two of Free Agency

Players with talent like cornerback Brandon Flowers get released by teams looking to save cash after the draft. The Steelers put themselves into position to reap the benefits of those players being...

Steelers sign Tuitt to four-year deal

All nine of the Steelers draft picks are now under contract.

Multiple players needed to get Heyward off Johnson

The Steelers' likely candidate for Team Badass continued his impressive streak of practice time fights with his teammates, and welcomed Pittsburgh's rookie fifth round pick to the team.

Heyward moving to right side


Steelers looking to fully utilize strength and athleticism of "Wreck It" Heyward in 2014.

John Mitchell Boot Camp: Working Cam Thomas

Thomas moves well laterally and plays with good strength at the point of attack. We break him down in three different games from last season in the latest edition of our video series John Mitchell...

John Mitchell Boot Camp: Working Cam Heyward

Steelers defensive line coach John Mitchell is one of the best in the business. The Steelers are looking at him to resurrect a dominant Steelers defensive line in 2014. His star pupil? Cameron...

Heyward not welcoming Ryan Shazier warmly


Wreck-It Cam continues living up to his nickname, wrecking the arrival of Steelers first round draft pick Ryan Shazier.

Grading the Steelers draft through three rounds

We are now through three rounds of the 2014 NFL draft. Read on to find out how the Steelers have fared so far with their selections.

Ryan Shazier given No. 50 jersey

It's a physical departure and kind of a shock to see the jersey number of Larry Foote worn by someone else, but the Run and Hit Steelers Defense needs to establish its identity as its own.

Stephon Tuitt excels in versatility

Notre Dame's hulking defensive end has some technique to work on, but his raw product as a multi-position defensive lineman is impressive enough to think the Steelers will give him a hard look in...

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