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Tweet In case you don’t watch the Pittsburgh Steelers all that often or haven’t seen any of his shampoo commercials, safety Troy Polamalu has a pretty impressive head of hair going on. It’s sort of his trade mark. However, Polamalu is using his hair for good, as odd as that may sound. On Veteran’s Day […]
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Troy Polamalu has always been one of the best players to watch during his time in the NFL because of his freak abilities to get around the ball. Polamalu has been in several commercials for his hair, and has been voted by our readers as the best hair in professional sports. Well Polamalu is cutting […]
In the latest Sesame Street video, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu sniffs a skunk, an onion and his own sweat sock as he and Elmo attempt to define the word "fragrance."
If the Steelers do not win Sunday night against the Chicago Bears, Polamalu might be back next week defining the word "frustrated."
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According to Stripes.com, Steelers safety Troy Polamalu will cut his hair for military veterans.
The NFL star and celebrity shampoo spokesman will lop off some of his famous locks this November, for veterans. Intitially he had told organizers the trim would total 10 inches, but in a Facebook posting Thursday he called it a “ceremonial haircut” instead.
And he wants all Americans...
The NFL's most famous head of hair is getting a trim to help raise awareness for the plight of military veterans.
Polamalu will have what he called a ''ceremonial haircut'' on Veterans Day as part of a fundraiser for the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The four-time All Pro is challenging his teammates and fans to cut their hair too. The goal is to get people to sponsor...
It appears that Troy Polamalu is going to lose his long hair, which has been his calling card since his time at USC. Fear not though fans, Troy is going to cut his curly locks for a good cause. Troy took to his Facebook page to announce that he will be getting a haircut this Veterans Day on behalf of ‘Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW).
According to Troy’s Facebook page:
Troy Polamalu is known for his long, flowing hair almost as much as his ferocious play on the football field. But pretty soon, he won’t be as easily identifiable by his hair. Polamalu posted on his Facebook page Thursday that he is planning to cut his hair on Veterans Day in November. We talk about […]
There are some things that have been a given in the NFL in recent years like refs making bad calls, the league fining guys for everything under the sun, owners making more and more money-- and Troy Polamalu's mane staying magnificent.
The safety for the Pittsburgh Steelers is known for his mane almost as much as his hard hits and knack for making the big play. So then why...
It has its own commercial deal. It has its own twitter account. It’s even insured. Yes, while there are many stars on the Steelers team, you might say there is none more beloved than the hair of Steelers safety Troy Polamalu. So imagine our horror upon learning the news that those lovely lady locks are about to bite the dust!
Troy announced on his Facebook page that he’s...
For the first time in more than 10 years, Troy Polamalu has scheduled a trip to the barber.
The Steelers safety announced Thursday that he will chop off his iconic hair, which has flown out the back of his helmet since his days at USC, on Nov. 11 — Veterans Day — as part of the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ “Mane Event.” The event, which asks supporters to either cut their...
The Pittsburgh Steelers are 0-2 for the first time since 2002. They're rushing attack is 31st (out of 32 teams) in the NFL. Mike Wallace (and his speed) is gone; Troy Polamalu (and his decade-plus of NFL wear & tear) is still around. Ben Roethlisberger is spending more time scrambling for survival than looking downfield for open targets.
On Thursday, the team's veterans...
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I tweeted before Pittsburgh/Cincinnati that I could see the loser of the game still making the playoffs after starting 0-2 and I still feel Pittsburgh could sneak in, even after losing. It was a pretty competitive game either way. If David Paulson doesn’t fumble in field goal range in the 1st quarter and a tipped ball doesn’t turn into an interception in the 4th...