Found January 28, 2013 on Sports-Glory:
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Pittsburgh Steelers former wide receiver Hines Ward wanted to play another season and could see the Steelers young receivers needed a leader, but the team felt he could no longer perform at a high level. Ward says the receivers youth is a big reason the Steelers went 8-8 and missed the playoffs in 2012. 

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  • TOO MUCH YOUNG MONEY
  • hines ward is right, they should have kept him. that mike wallace is one of the fastest guy's in the nfl. just ask him he'll tell you. the only trouble is him and the rest of the receivers CAN'T CATCH. they should have gotten rid of mike wallace and kept hines.
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