February 27, 2013
As is the usual paradigm, general managers from the 32 National Football League teams were forced to sit in front of microphones at the league's annual scouting combine and answer questions about the current state of their teams. If you think a Mike Tomlin press conference is full of cliches and standard one-liners then you haven't seen anything yet.
Pittsburgh Steelers' GM Kevin Colbert took his opportunity on Thursday to try and settle the Steeler Nation down after a slew of recent comments about the the team's locker room having issues. Former Steeler Hines Ward threw gasoline on the fire Friday by confirming the locker room was in 'disarray.' Ward went on to say the locker room was never that way when he was there (far from the truth) and immediately created a social media buzz.
Colbert's comments were far more troubling in my opinion and they make me wonder if he isn't in denial over the current state of where this team is. He claims the Steelers are not "old or in transition."...