Originally written on SteelerAddicts  |  Last updated 11/14/14
In what seems to be a trend this off season, former Steelers QB Kordell “Slash” Stewart came to Pittsburgh on Wednesday to formally announce his retirement from the NFL and end his career as a Pittsburgh Steeler. I say, “what seems to be a trend” because so many big names from the last decade have either retired on their own or were released and decided to just call it a career. Aaron Smith and Hines Ward have already had their press conferences, and it appears that James Farrior may also be leaning that way this offseason too. Slash, the nickname given to him by Bill Cowher because of his multi dimensional talents as a quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and even punter. Regardless of how you feel about Stewart now or during his time in Pittsburgh, the dude did some positive things and had unbelievable potential that just never fully panned out. I often wonder just how good he could have been if the “slash” role didn’t turn into just a quarterback role. Dan Gigler of the Pitt...
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