Steelers arrive at St Vincent College for training camp

After two years, members of the Pittsburgh Steelers are back on the St. Vincent College campus on Tuesday afternoon, where they are scheduled to begin four weeks of training at the bootcamp.

Isolated on a scenic campus in Westmoreland County, the Steelers will hold 18 practice sessions that will be open to the public beginning at 1:55 p.m. Wednesday and ending August 18.

TRIB . correspondents Joe RatterAnd the Chris Adamsky And the Tim Benz And the photographer Chazz Bala It will have you covered all pre-season.

Here’s a look at what some players had to say when they reported to Al Wahda Campus on Tuesday:

After a solid rookie season, Nagy Harris returns to start sophomore year.

The selection of Kenny Pickett in the first round of the Steelers would be part of a quarterback competition with Mitch Trubesky and Mason Rudolph. Take a look at Saint Vincent’s facilities today.

Defensive Player of the Year TJ Watt discusses the uniqueness of camp at St. Vincent.

Tight end of sophomore year Pat Freymouth relives college memories.

One of the newest Steelers to arrive in St Vincent for the first time.

Outfield full-back Alex Highsmith is ‘ready to be chased’.

Even veterans get butterflies.

Steelers players will undergo an air conditioning run test later this afternoon.


Related:

• The QB competition will highlight the issues that the Steelers must solve at the opening of the bootcamp
• Businesses look to economic boost as Steelers boot camp returns to St. Vincent
The Steelers vow to return to the ‘standard’ of stopping runaways to defend


Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: