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Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 9: Finding Mike Tomlin on the fields of Latrobe

The ninth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a morning drive around Deep Creek Lake and an adventure north through the rolling hills of Pennsylvania past Ohiopyle, Falling Water and on to bucolic Latrobe to watch the Pittsburgh Steelers participate in one of the final old-school training camp days still remaining in the NFL.

Scouting the black and gold enemy in Latrobe with Coach Tomlin

The only thing "gold" in his closet is the new Royal Farms "Chickenpalooza" shirt so Nestor wore it to Latrobe on a bucket list trip to see Pittsburgh Steelers training camp behind enemy lines with old friends.

Ed Bouchette of The Athletic tells Nestor about the long goodbye to Big Ben in Pittsburgh

Ed Bouchette of The Athletic tells Nestor about the long goodbye to Big Ben in Pittsburgh

The end of the yellow brick road for Big Ben is Baltimore

Ed Bouchette of The Athletic tells Nestor about long goodbye to Big Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh. And the drama of ending it all against the Ravens in Baltimore.

Harbaugh on Steelers’ Tomlin: “It’s a great organization, but the culture is his”

Including the postseason, these AFC North coaches meet for the 31st time on Sunday afternoon.

Luke Jones and Nestor make sense of once cloudy NFL playoff paths of many teams in expanded field

Luke Jones and Nestor make sense of once cloudy NFL playoff paths of many teams in expanded field

Will Burrow be the new January Joe?

Bengals insider Paul Dehner of The Athletic says quarterback Joe Burrow is bringing Cincinnati closer to believing in playoff possibilities.

Bengals insider Paul Dehner of The Athletic says quarterback Joe Burrow is bringing Cincinnati closer to believing in playoff possibilities

Bengals insider Paul Dehner of The Athletic says quarterback Joe Burrow is bringing Cincinnati closer to believing in playoff possibilities.

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor pick up the pieces of Ravens loss in Pittsburgh

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor pick up the pieces of Ravens loss in Pittsburgh

On to Cleveland…again!

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor pick up the pieces of a narrow Ravens' loss in Pittsburgh and look to a chance to sweep the Cleveland Browns this weekend in Northern Ohio.
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#ColumnNes Just a bad beat in Jacksonville or a red (zone) sign of things to come?

“We shouldn’t have lost,” quarterback Lamar Jackson said as he exited the podium after the crushing 28-27 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars that ended a four-game winning streak and opened a bunch of old wounds about the offense not being good enough and the defense not being able to hold a fourth quarter lead.

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