Steelers Six From Around The Web – Tuesday June 21st – 30 Years Of The 3-4 Defense Edition

The NFL will hold a crucial owners meeting near Chicago\’s O\’Hare International Airport today, with the lockout now well into its fourth month. Albert Breer has the latest update on what will likely take place over the next few days.

Ed Bouchette looks back at the 1982 season when the Steelers changed from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense. The change over is going on 30 years now.

In the latest “Where Are They Now” segment on, Teresa Varley caught up with former Steelers defensive tackle Oliver Gibson.

Jory Rand of KDKA was able to get a few minutes with Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who is currently hosting his annual kids football camp. Ray Fittipaldo also did an interview with him as well.

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has responded to the comments made by Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley on NFL Total Access in which Woodley said that Flacco and the Ravens wouldn’t win a Super Bowl “in this lifetime.” Flacco says the comments sparked a little something in him.

Steelers left tackle Max Starks told Pat Kirwan and Randy Cross yesterday that his neck injury is now fully healed after the surgery last year and that the doctor says everything looks excellent.

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