Steve McLendon

Pittsburgh Steelers #90 - Defensive Tackle

  • Born: 01/03/86
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 280
  • Seasons: 5

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Being the best Steve he can be

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Steelers splurge in sub packages in 2013

It's not a secret the Steelers were stretched out horizontally often last season, forcing nose tackle Steve McLendon off the field. That, in turn, is part of the reason the team's yards per rush...

Keep McLendon on the field


The Steelers are faced with an interesting situation on passing downs this year. One option they're looking at, according to ESPN, is to keep nose tackle Steve McLendon on the field.

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Twitter reaction to Cam Thomas signing

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