- Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Roethlisberger, Boldin awarded game balls
Mark Schlereth believes 49ers vs. Steelers will be a close one
Heath Miller 2 Yd pass from Ben Roethlisberger (Ben Roethlisberger Pass to Antonio Brown for Two-Point Conversion)
8 plays, 83 yards, 3:19
Phil Dawson 47 Yd Field Goal
17 plays, 58 yards, 8:53
DeAngelo Williams 2 Yd Run (Ben Roethlisberger Pass to Heath Miller for Two-Point Conversion)
7 plays, 80 yards, 2:20
Darrius Heyward-Bey 35 Yd pass from Ben Roethlisberger (kick failed)
1 play, 35 yards, 0:07
DeAngelo Williams 2 Yd Run (Josh Scobee Kick)
6 plays, 42 yards, 2:42
Anquan Boldin 14 Yd pass from Colin Kaepernick (Phil Dawson Kick)
6 plays, 64 yards, 1:51
DeAngelo Williams 1 Yd Run (Josh Scobee Kick)
6 plays, 80 yards, 2:51
Torrey Smith 75 Yd pass from Colin Kaepernick (Colin Kaepernick Pass to Torrey Smith for Two-Point Conversion)
2 plays, 80 yards, 0:42
Antonio Brown 7 Yd pass from Ben Roethlisberger (Josh Scobee Kick)
5 plays, 80 yards, 2:00
Dolphins sign former Colts WR Chester Rogers to one-year deal
After Dolphins wide receivers Allen Hurns and Albert Wilson opted out of the 2020 season last week, Miami has signed former Colts wide receiver Chester Rogers, according to his agent.
Source: Short-handed at CB, Giants plan to sign Ross Cockrell
Short-handed at the CB position with DeAndre Baker facing armed robbery charges and Sam Beal having opted out, the Giants are planning to sign Ross Cockrell, a source confirmed to ESPN.
What constitutes a successful 2020 NFL season for each NFC East team?
The Cowboys need to get to the postseason as badly as quarterback Carson Wentz need a playoff win, according to our reporters.
Jets' Le'Veon Bell uses midnight boxing to get in 'phenomenal' shape
Sporting a leaner frame with 10 pounds shed, New York's leading rusher has been getting quicker on his feet by training with a decorated boxer.
Cam Newton welcomed by 'Hoyster' and 'Stiddy' in Patriots' QB workouts
The incumbent QBs exemplified New England's team-first approach, inviting the newcomer who might take the starting job to participate in workouts.
Colts' Darius Leonard can't ignore his critics, and he's the biggest one
Darius Leonard already has accomplished a lot in two NFL seasons. But he doesn't pay as much attention to the praise as he does the criticism.