Originally written on SteelerAddicts  |  Last updated 11/19/14

TUNICA, MS - FEBRUARY 20: Joe Greene (L) lands a puch on the face of Andre Dirrell during the United States Olympic Team Boxing Trials on February 20, 2004 at Tunica Arena and Exhibition Center in Tunica Mississippi. Dirrell defeated Greene in a decision. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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 aspects not the least of which is scouting.  With all the controversy surrounding what type of offense the Steelers will run in 2012, Mean Joe understands the mentality of running the football. He also understands that even the best of franchises can sometimes “stub their toe”. Nobody is perfect, but it’s how the Steelers will respond to their self imposed challenge to run the ball more effectively that will go a long way to how the upcoming season will unfold. Count Joe Greene among those happy to see the Steelers move to change their approach on offense. “If it doesn’t feel good, you have to change it and,...
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