Steelers free agent cornerback Ike Taylor was in Buford, Ga on Wednesday and Thursday to take part in a seven-on-seven workout against several players from different NFL teams at a local high school football field. Taylor says Pittsburgh is like home to him and seems to have softened the posture he had last week on Jim Rome is Burning.
The contrarian Ron Cook takes issue with the rule change opinion of Steelers linebacker James Harrison and thinks he is overreacting. Harrison was on ESPN NFL Live on Thursday for an interview as well.
Scott Brown reports that receiver Hines Ward is in huge demand following the win on Dancing with the Stars. In addition to endorsement opportunities, it seems movie and television people are after Ward as well. I wonder if Ward could play a part in Batman.
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Steelers part owner Thomas Tull had a hand in bringing the Batman film to the city of Pittsburgh according to Ed Bouchette as Tull is also president and CEO of Legendary Pictures.
Steelers great running back Franco Harris has been selected for induction into the New Jersey Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2011 and will be inducted on June 5th at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, N.J.