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The 2012 NFL owner meetings will take place next week in Florida and Scott Brown from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that the Steelers have proposed two new rule changes to the competition committee that will apparently be voted on. Brown says the first rule change one that was proposed by the Steelers was to implement the sudden death overtime rule that is now in place for playoff games into regular season games as well. That would mean that if team A kicked a field goal on their opening possession, team B would be given one chance to either match the field goal or win the game with a touchdown. Read more [...]
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Now that Hines Ward has retired, he'll have plenty of time on his hands. Someone already has an idea for how he should spend it.
Baron Batch was the last player taken by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2011 NFL Draft; he was the 232nd player selected. There were only 22 players selected after Batch; players drafted this late aren’t usually expected to make the team in training camp. In fact, most seventh round picks a Continue
Veteran and former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward has put his Georgia house up for sale. The Sandy Springs home on Riverside Drive has been listed for $7.5 million dollars according to ajc.com. The newspaper describes the house as a two-story, 12,836 square foot home in a Mediterranean architecturally influenced neighborhood. The house sits on two acres...
The 49ers inquired, but they were informed that restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace is reportedly looking for a contract in the range of Larry Fitzgerald's 8-year, $120 million deal.
Hines Ward announced that he will be speaking to the local media today from the Pittsburgh Steelers Headquarters at Noon. No other details were given but obvious speculation has Ward announcing his retirement from professional football after 14 seasons all with the Steelers’ organization.
Ward was released from the team in late February in a cost-cutting move that many saw coming...
PITTSBURGH -- Hines Ward believes he can still play football. The longtime Pittsburgh wide receiver known for his high-wattage smile and his bone-crunching blocks just couldn't stomach the thought of doing it in some strange uniform on some strange field with nary a Terrible Towel in sight."I just wouldn't feel right," Ward said.So rather than play for a 15th season...
Now that Hines Ward of the Pittsburgh Steelers has retired. It’s only right that we evaluate his career in a vicious fashion (5-year-old girl beauty pageant style). You know how it is. When somebody retires we don’t have time to wait and reflect. You have to ravage them immediately like a woman 3 drinks in at a night club. You have to jump on it early, because anything beyond...
After being released from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the early days of the 2012 offseason, lifetime Steeler wide receiver Hines Ward announced his retirement Tuesday afternoon. Ward has been one of the most consistent wide receivers throughout his 14-year NFL career. He has racked up a number of accolades during his career, including two Super Bowl titles, a Super Bowl MVP Award...
Season 2, Episode 89 of The Terrible Podcast is up and with David Todd and start with the preview of the Hines Ward press conference in which we rightly guessed was to announce his retirement. Could it really have been anything else? We discuss Ward a little bit and of course will discuss the presser itself in the Friday podcast.
Peyton Manning is also the hot topic on Tuesday after...
Pittsburgh, PA (Sports Network) - Hines Ward has announced his retirement after 14 seasons in the NFL with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ward spent his entire career with the Steelers, who decided last month to give the former Super Bowl MVP his release.
"Today, I'm officially retiring as a Pittsburgh Steeler," an emotional Ward said at a Tuesday press conference. "...
Wide receiver Hines Ward has announced that he is ready to hang up his cleats after 14 seasons in the NFL.
After entering the NFL as a third-round draft pick in 1998, Ward went on to collect 1,000 receptions for 12,083 yards and 85 receiving touchdowns - all being franchise records with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He has been nominated to the Pro Bowl four times, has won...
Hines Ward, the Pittsburgh Steelers all time leading receiver, has announced his retirement. Hines Ward has ended his career with exactly 1000 catches for 12, 083 yards and 85 touchdowns. Hines, 36, has 4 pro bowls and a Super Bowl MVP to add to his impressive resume. The Steelers released Hines earlier this season. "We
A few weeks ago, lifelong Pittsburgh Steeler Hines Ward was cut. After 14 years of service but diminishing results and no place on special teams, Hines was shown the door. Superbowl titles, an MVP trophy, every conceivable Steeler record in hand, none of it could buy a spot on the 2013 roster. At the time, I wondered where he might end up (rival Ravens, perhaps?). He certainly seemed...
Thanks to my bud The Steelers N'at for this. He says:
"mini pony in one of @mcbaby11's books"
He's got his kid ponted in the right direction.