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Big Changes For Pittsburgh Steelers

Big changes are coming to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

For the first time in 18 seasons a new Quarterback will start under center.

For the first time in 22 years a new General Manager will be in charge.

And for the first time since 2001 the Steelers will no longer play at Heinz Field.

That’s because the team announced that the stadium has a new name.

It will now be called Acrisure Stadium

After a Michigan-based insurance brokerage firm

Which signed a 15-year deal for the naming rights of the Steelers home.

The financial terms of the deal have not yet been released.

Acrisure operates a top 10 global insurance broker.

In just 8 years the company has grown rapidly from $38 million in revenue to more than $3.8 Billion.

Acrisure will immediately take over naming rights to the Steelers North Shore Stadium starting this season.

Not all changes are bad though a great change is coming soon

For the past few seasons the Covid pandemic affected training camp, but now we are getting back to a sence of normalicy.

Training camp will return to Saint Vincecnt College in just two weeks and the best part, it’s open to the public again

The first practice open to the public will be Wednesday July 27th

Public practices runs from that 27th to August the 18th

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