Ike Taylor

Pittsburgh Steelers #24 - Cornerback

  • Born: 05/05/80
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 195
  • Seasons: 12

Steelers CB Ike Taylor played with injury in 2013

Ike Taylor had a sub par 2013 season from what Pittsburgh Steelers fans are used to expecting. Turns out, the starting cornerback was playing with an injury.

Ike sees some Wallace in Bryant

Ike Taylor saw ex-Steelers receiver Mike Wallace his rookie year of 2009, and sees a lot of Wallace in the Steelers' fourth-round pick.

32 scenarios in 32 days: Taylor no longer starts

In games without injury, Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor has made 44 consecutive starts at right cornerback. He missed four games at the end of the 2012 season, but has otherwise owned that...

Ike: 'I love Dick Lebeau'

Said in a way only Taylor can say it, NFL Network ran a brief feature on LeBeau during the unveiling of the top 10 players in their yearly "Top 100" list.

Ike has every right to complain about pay cut

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Ike Taylor recently said he was pissed off and hurt about having to take a $4 million pay cut with the Steelers. It may have rubbed some the wrong way, But Taylor is absolutely entitled to complain...

Ike Taylor hurt by paycut Steelers forced on him

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Taylor lost his job as the team's top cornerback last year to Cortez Allen but says he's in the best shape of his career. The Steelers aren't planning on Taylor being done just yet.

Ike "pissed" about reduced contract

Ultimately, the longtime Steelers cornerback stayed in Pittsburgh because of connections and friendships as well as the way the team does its business. But that doesn't mean he's happy about it.

Inside 11 yr veteran Ike Taylor's refrigerator

NFL players are extremely precise about their training and nutritional habits. Ike Taylor might not be as precise as most, but what he is doing has led to an 11 year career in Pittsburgh.

The standard is a way of life in Pittsburgh

What exactly is the standard Mike Tomlin has popularized?

Steelers flashing the big plays in minicamp

The Pittsburgh Steelers lacked the splash plays in 2013 that fans are accustomed to seeing. The 2014 Steelers are already showing their big play ability in minicamp.

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...

Tomlin sees what Antwon Blake is doing

The third-year cornerback/special teams gunner was the team's third cornerback when Ike Taylor was absent last week. Since Taylor's return, he moved to fourth but Blake has aspirations of reaching...

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