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Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is heading to Hawaii. The 10-year veteran will replace injured Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed in this weekend's Pro Bowl.
Clark led the Steelers with 100 tackles this season, adding one interception and five passes defensed. He'll join quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, kick returner Antonio Brown and linebacker James Harrison on the AFC team.
Pittsburgh safety Troy Polamalu, center Maurkice Pouncey and wide receiver Mike Wallace were selected to the Pro Bowl but will miss the game due to injury.
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Pittsburgh Steelers free safety Ryan Clark has been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster in place of Baltimore Ravens injured safety Ed Reed. This will be the first trip for Clark to the NFL’s annual all-star game. It was announced just a few days ago that linebacker James Harrison was added to the Pro Bowl as he will replace Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs. At least three Steelers...
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark made an appearance on 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh with Seibel, Starkey, and Miller and discussed the Ravens playoff loss to the Patriots last Sunday.
“To tell you the truth I didn’t watch a play of the game,” said Clark. “To be totally honest with you – My daughter’s 13th birthday is today and we celebrated over the weekend. I was...
Ryan Clark will be heading to Hawaii this weekend for the Pro Bowl. He was named a second alternate to the Pro Bowl behind the Ravens Ed Reed. Reed is backing out due to injury so Ryan Clark got the call up. He will be joining four other Steelers, Roethlisberger, Wallace, Brown and recent addition James Harrison. Good to see the a good showing of Steelers at the Pro Bowl...
It’s a good thing the Pro Bowl is played in Hawaii and not Denver because then Ryan Clark wouldn’t be able to play in his first all-star game as a pro.
With Ed Reed deciding to sit out the Pro Bowl with a bum ankle, Clark got the nod Wednesday morning. That means if Troy had decided to play, the safeties roaming the AFC secondary would’ve made Honolulu look like the Burgh…with...
Ryan Clark was missed badly on the final play of the Steelers' season, but he'll line up Sunday in the Pro Bowl.
The Baltimore Ravens are still reeling from their loss in the AFC Championship game after Scott Norwood’s Billy Cundiff’s potentially game-tying field goal sailed wide left. Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark feels their pain, but he still couldn’t help himself from taking a shot at his bitter AFC North rivals.
Clark went on 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh Wednesday and took...
Steelers Safety Ryan Clark has been added to the AFC’s roster for the 2012 pro bowl. Clark finished the year leading the team with 100 Tackles. He also accounted for 1 Sack and 1 Interception. He just finished up his 10th season in the league and has been with the Steelers since 2006. Ryan [...]
The Steelers and the Ravens are fierce rivals, but Steelers safety Ryan Clark sounded a little sympathetic about Baltimore’s plight when asked to talk about the AFC Championship Game. Clark said on 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh that he didn’t even watch the game because his daughter was having a birthday party at the time,…
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark has been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster, the team announced on Tuesday. Clark will replace Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed, who is bowing out of the game with an injury. Clark will be the third safety on the AFC roster, playing behind starters Eric Weddle and Brian Dawkins. Clark's teammate in Pittsburgh, Troy Polamalu, was selected to...
Free safety Ryan Clark will join four other Steelers in playing in the Pro Bowl on Sunday.
Steelers safety Ryan Clark has been added to the AFC's Pro Bowl roster, the team announced Wednesday.
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is headed to his first Pro Bowl.
Due to Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed withdrawing from the Pro Bowl due to multiple injuries, including his neck, shoulder and left ankle, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark has replaced him.