Steelers linebacker James Harrison checked in at #21 on the NFL top 100 players of 2011 list that the NFL Network has been running for the last several weeks. This leaves only Troy Polamalu left of the four Steelers players that made the list and he will finish somewhere in the top 20 now.
Many remember that former Steelers running back John Henry Johnson, a Pro Football Hall of Famer, passed away earlier this month after a battle with Alzheimer\’s at 81 years old. Prior to his death, Johnson agreed to having his brain studied to determine the possible impact football has on the health of players.
Bob Labriola has his latest in a series of stories chronicling the 52 playoff games in Steelers history up on Steelers.com and this one focuses on the Super Bowl XIII win against the Dallas Cowboys.
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Former Steelers wide receiver Dallas Baker is trying to make the final roster of the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL after playing for Jacksonville of the Arena Football League. Baker was drafted in 2007 by the Steelers in seventh round.
Steelers left tackle Max Starks announced Friday in Orlando, he will build the Max Starks Education and Sports Center at a site still to be determined in the Greater Orlando area. Starks vision is to help educate the estimated 20 percent of people in the Orlando market who can\’t read.
Hines Ward, Brett Keisel and Polamalu all ate sushi together at Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills on Thursday night and TMZ found it news worthy. Ward says Polamula paid and I am not sure if that is news worthy though.