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Pittsburgh Steelers fans that missed the sight of cornerback William Gay in 2012, won’t have that problem during the 2013-14 season.
Gay spent one year with the Arizona Cardinals opposite Pro Bowl corner Patrick Peterson and made solid contributions to their defense.
He was released last week in a salary cap move which cleared the way for his Steel City return.
Please click here to read this story and watch an inspiring video about William Gay.
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