Found February 04, 2012 on
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One of the most iconic Super Bowl commercials of all-time has to be former Pittsburgh Steelers Joe Greene's Coke commercial.
Well, the folks over Downy decided to do a parody of it featuring actress Amy Sedaris:
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Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the Patriots coming up short in the Super Bowl, writing, "Told you, cheaters never win!!!!!!!!!"
Hines Ward's future with the Steelers is on the decision block and his future with the team will most likely be decided on March 1. 2012, due to a roster bonus he is due. At the Super Bowl media center Thursday, Ward was adamant that he'd be with the Steelers. It's true that in the last year of Bruce Arians' offense, Ward was devalued, but Arians is gone and that...
One of the most respected Steelers players of all time is Mean Joe Greene. He’s been there for 4 Super BOwl wins and has seen just about everything you can possibly see in the NFL during his playing and coaching career. When he speaks, people tend to stop and listen. Greene has been on the Steelers staff since 2004 as a special assistant in the personnel dept. He’s involved many...
Dre Kirkpatrick is a guy I have not ever had on my radar as I had him at the beginning of the season as a top 10 pick. He has taken a big hit as of late because he plays better in a zone scheme then in one on one man coverage. Since he is better in zone and he is 6’3 which is big for a corner some have him projected as a safety in the NFL. He is falling on draft boards and...
The Steelers got 2 selections to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. They got the Jack Butler and Dermontti Dawson in the 2012 Hall of Fame Class. Congratulations to both of these guys. They are both more then deserving of this honor.
Butler was a an undrafted free agent for the Steelers in 1951. He ended up being a member of the 1950′s All Decade Team and now is a member of...
The Steelers have been reported to be as low as $22 million over next years Salary Cap by ESPN’s John Clayton. It has also gone as high as $30 million which was stated by Hines Ward in his conversation with the Pittsburgh Post Gazette in an article about him staying with the Steelers in 2012. So we are looking between $22-$30 million over the 2012 NFL Salary Cap at this point...
The Pro Football Hall of Fame committee last night announced the six players headed to Canton this summer.
Pittsburgh native Curtis Martin, the NFL’s fourth all-time leading rusher, got the nod in his second year of eligibility.
Joining him are Seahawks defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy, Steelers center Dermontti Dawson, offensive tackle Willie Roaf (Saints and Chiefs), and defensive...
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