Casey Hampton

Pittsburgh Steelers #98 - Nose Tackle

  • Born: 09/03/77
  • Age: 36
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 325

Pittsburgh Steelers pass the 'run test'

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The days of Casey Hampton not being able to complete the annual conditioning test seem to be in the past as every Steeler that participated completed the conditioning test on the first day of...

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Being the best Steve he can be

The fact Steve McLendon was primed to be the first Steelers nose tackle not named Hampton or Hoke to start a game in a decade was unavoidable. But he added weight, and is taking it upon himself to...

McLendon looking for rounder rebound from 2013

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Steelers NT Steve McLendon learned that as a defensive lineman, being slimmer and leaner isn't always a good thing.

Evaluating the Steelers Draft, Part II

...in which Momma looks for flaws in the Steelers' 2014 draft picks, hoping not to find any. Instead she finds the material for a rant...

McCullers says he must be "The Biggest Snack"

He jokingly referred to himself as "The Biggest Snack," a tribute to Hampton's nickname "Big Snack." McCullers, at 6-foot-7, 352 pounds, is considerably bigger than even Hampton was, and looks to...

Steelers mock draft 2014: Best Looking Available

in which Momma gets to choose players with little regard for their position, enjoys herself hugely, and finds a possible replacement for Brett Keisel...

Mock Draft: Looking back to 2011 for a 2012 mock

Going back three years to look at a mock draft done a year early reveals a humorous perspective of how things would eventually turn out. Some are well off, but some are actually well-predicted.

Twitter reaction to Cam Thomas signing

The Steelers signed a utility defensive lineman Friday when they nabbed ex-Chargers DL Cam Thomas in free agency. The reaction was fairly mixed, which describes a lot of the player wearing his...

Advocating Hampton's clone is doubting McLendon

Alan Robinson tweets that "multiple" Steelers players believe a "Casey Hampton-type" player could help improve the Steelers declining run defense. This indicates these players believe Steve...

Steelers trades: A move that landed the DROY in 01

The Steelers traded up in the second round of the 2001 NFL Draft to acquire future NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Kendrell Bell.

Woodley's legacy is set, regardless of 2014

If he has already played his last game in the Black and Gold, LaMarr Woodley should be remembered for continuing Pittsburgh's tradition of great linebacker play.

Steelers trades: Moving down to grab The Big Snack

The Steelers moved down to take one of the most important players in team history.

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