Casey Hampton

#98NT,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 325
Born:
College: Texas
Birth Place: Galveston, Texas
Draft: 2001 1st round (19th pick) by the
  • Former Steeler Ike Taylor to intern with Pittsburgh scouting department
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    Former Steeler Ike Taylor to intern with Pittsburgh scouting department

    One of the most beloved Pittsburgh Steelers players of the last two decades was cornerback Ike Taylor. He wasn’t just a talented cover cornerback but also a fan favorite. And not he is coming back to the Steelers in a very different capacity. Taylor spent all 12 of his NFL seasons with the Steelers and started 140 games during that time. The running joke with Taylor always centered around his questionable hands. If he could have caught he would have likely tripled his 14 career interceptions. Nevertheless, he was great in coverage and one of the best tackling cornerbacks of his time. The Steelers have one of the most stable and consistent front office/scouting departments in the league. This

  • Vet LB Hali asks: Do Chiefs need me anymore?
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    Vet LB Hali asks: Do Chiefs need me anymore?

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali went on a Twitter rant Saturday, wondering why he played only seven snaps in last season's AFC divisional round playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Hali also played a limited amount of snaps in a Week 4 regular-season loss to the Steelers. Saturday's rant was uncharacteristic for Hali, who has been known as a team player since being selected by the Chiefs in the first round of the 2006 draft. Hali, 33, is tied for 44th on the NFL's all-time sack list with 89.5. But he became a part-time player last year for the first time in his career, starting only two games and managing just 3.5 sacks, his lowest total since 2008. Last offseason, Hali had

  • C.J. Mosley is compared to Ray Lewis by one of his fiercest rivals
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    C.J. Mosley is compared to Ray Lewis by one of his fiercest rivals

    Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer Close University of Maryland graduate Lives in the Baltimore area with his wife and son Follow on Twitter OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Players receive compliments from coaches and teammates all the time. It's more unusual when the pat on the back comes from one of your biggest rivals. The Baltimore Ravens' C.J. Mosley has been named the NFL's toughest middle linebacker by the Pittsburgh Steelers' Ryan Shazier. In an article written for The Players' Tribune, Shazier compared Mosley to one of the best to ever play that position. "Ever since C.J. came into the NFL three seasons ago, Baltimore's defense has been in the Top 8," Shazier wrote. "You have to respect that, because