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Expect more traditional looks, less hybrid fantasies, from Steelers defense

There’s been a lot of ink spilled by pundits regarding how Keith Butler will run more “hybrid” looks in 2015. There has also been a lot of talk about making the defense “simpler” in order to allow younger players to step on the field and contribute sooner. 622 more words

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LEADERSHIP BY EXAMPLE DESCRIBES HARRISON'S DECISION

How many times have we all seen it? Money grubbing NFL players that can care less about loyalty to their respective teams, only going where the money takes them? 482 more words

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Bronies Shed 'Deviant' Label as They Prepare for New York Convention

Keith Butler learned about it from his 14-year-old niece.

Alex Davidson learned about it from a girl he worked with in an after school program. 680 more words

Joey Porter Named Steelers' Outside Linebackers Coach

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) – With Steelers’ linebacker coach Keith Butler being named Dick LeBeau’s successor as defensive coordinator, the team had a vacancy to fill on their defensive coaching staff. 104 more words

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Financial services firm Acorn Life creates 200 new jobs

FINANCIAL services firm Acorn Life is to create 200 new jobs with half of the positions to be filled this year.

The company opened new offices in Sligo and Dublin’s Leopardstown business park in Dublin last year. 132 more words

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Steelers New Defensive coordinator Keith Butler plans for the defense

The Steelers won’t have longtime defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau on the sideline for the 2015 season, but they didn’t stray too far to find his replacement. 240 more words

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Uncertainty Looms For Steelers Defense

As new defensive coordinator Keith Butler takes command, there is a definite sense of uncertainty surrounding the Pittsburgh Steelers defense. With guys like Troy Polamalu, James Harrison, Ike Taylor, and Brett Kiesel as long shots to return, the defense could find itself in an unfamiliar position: lacking veteran leadership. 259 more words

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