Found November 21, 2012 on
To paraphrase a great line by former Boston Celtics head coach Rick Pitino, who is now coaching the Louisville Cardinals, Ben Roethlisberger isn’t walking through that door any time soon. Byron Leftwich isn’t walking through that door any time soon either. Due to injuries, the Pittsburgh Steelers are down to their No. 3 quarterback in Charlie Batch for when they face the Cleveland Browns this Sunday. While Batch has started games for the Steelers in the past, at least one player on defense would like to see Pittsburgh consider signing a certain free agent quarterback who has been out of the league for a couple of years.
Yesterday, the Steelers signed Brian Hoyer as another quarterback on the roster in case of emergency, and also added free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress, who also has not played at all this season. But outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley would like the Steelers to consider making one more move at quarterback.
Woodley tweeted about what everyone would think about t...
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After losing the Ravens on Sunday Night, the Steelers LB took to Twitter to go after Rice for wearing the Terrible Towel. Woodley thought it was disrespectful and reminds him of two other players that disrespected the Towel and what happened to them. I guess Rice better tread carefully since the Ravens and Steelers meet again in two weeks.Bad idea rayjust ask lendale white and...
Ray Rice was spotted with a Terrible Towel draped over his head after the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night, and Pittsburgh linebacker LaMarr Woodley is not happy about it. Woodley apparently felt it was disrespectful of Rice, and he took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to warn him about it and remind everyone about two players who have done it in the...
NERVES OF STEEL
The Steelers linebacker didn't care for Ray Rice using a Terrible Towel to dry off postgame, so he let him know that course of action hasn't worked out for past foes.
The result of Sunday’s game isn’t the only thing that has Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley a little ticked off. He apparently isn’t taking too kindly to Ray Rice‘s postgame antics either.
Woodley used Twitter to school everyone on proper Terrible Towel etiquette on Monday night. According to the Pro Bowler, use of the famous Pittsburgh rally towel is reserved strictly for...
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The Ravens running back expressed regret for draping a Terrible Towel over his head following a win over Pittsburgh, saying, "I apologize to those who saw it as disrespectful."
In the past some players have disrespected the Steelers’ “terrible towel.” Former Bengals wide receiver T.J. Houshmanzadeh used the towel to clean his cleats and former Titans running back LenDale White stomped on the towel.
After beating the Steelers on Sunday night, Ravens running back Ray Rice had the “terrible towel” on his head to wipe his sweat. Steelers linebacker...
After Baltimore outlasted Pittsburgh 13-10 in a tough Sunday night game, Ravens running back Ray Rice added insult to injury by grabbing a loose Terrible Towel from the Heinz Field surface and wearing it on his head as he left the field, Chris Strauss of USA Today reports. It also didn't help that he was singing Styx's "Renegade," the team's unofficial rally...
Earlier this week, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley took offense to Ray Rice placing the Terrible Towel over his head, and warned the Baltimore Ravens running back about what has happened to others who have decided to disrespect the Pittsburgh symbol.
On Wednesday, the Ravens running back took the high road in addressing the matter, and went out of his way to explain...
The other night after the Ravens beat the Steelers, Baltimore running back Ray Rice walked off the field with the “terrible towel” on his head. Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley warned Rice on Twitter to not disrespect the towel. Rice has come out and made it clear that he never meant to disrespect the towel. “I actually asked a fan to trade like I’ve been trading jerseys...