Found October 27, 2011 on
The Rap Sheet:
This may be the most non-shocking news in the history of the world. On the Patriots scout team, the guy playing the role of Steelers star safety Troy Polamalu is none other than Ross Ventrone. The super sub from Villanova is the obvious choice.
I mean really… look at his hair! Look at Polamalu’s hair. They’re almost identical. How could anyone do it better? Now, Ventrone could say it’s not only because of the hair… but let’s be real.
“Nah, they told me to be him, so I’m just trying to give the best look I can as him,” Ventrone told me. “He’s a great player, so I’m just trying to see what he does and make it look as much like him as possible. … But the hair helps out as much as possible.”
Yes, I’d say it does. At least in visualizing things.
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