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Kemoeatu brothers grow closer through kidney transplant

In anticipation of this week's Baltimore Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers AFC North battle, Brendon Ayanbadejo recently caught up with Ma'ake and Chris Kemoeatu. Brendon and Ma'ake were teammates on the Ravens. Chris, Ma'ake's brother, was a longtime Steeler. The teams are fierce rivals, but this is a story about how a bond between brothers became tighter through a...
Via Fox Sports
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Former NFL Player Quit Football to Donate Kidney

We need these feel-good stories every once in a while. Former defensive tackle Ma’ake Kemoeatu, who played nine seasons in the NFL with three teams, held a press conference with his brother and another former NFL player Chris Kemoeatu. It wasn’t your run-of-the-mill press conference either. Chris & Ma'ake Kemoeatu laugh with @UMMC Dr. Matthew Weir. Ma'ake donated...
Via Sportsnaut
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Steelers G Chris Kemoeatu Gets New Kidney From Older Brother

Former Pittsburgh Steelers guard Chris Kemoeatu now has a new kidney thanks to his older brother, former Baltimore Ravens nose tackle Ma’ake Kemoeatu. According to reports, the procedure was performed last month at the University of Maryland Surgical Center in Baltimore and a Wednesday afternoon press conference is scheduled with the doctors and the two […] Former Steelers G...
Via Steelers Depot
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Steelers To Release Chris Kemoeatu

The releases keep coming and none of them are a surprise as a few the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive linemen are reporting that guard Chris Kemoeatu has been informed of his release. Kemoeatu has played 7 seasons with the Steelers since being drafted in the 6th round of the 2005 NFL draft. He scheduled to count $5,261,666.00 million against the 2012 salary cap and was under contract...
Via Steelers Depot
March 01, 2012  |  Discuss

An Old Face Could Give The Steelers Offensive Line A New Lease Of Life

By Cian Fahey After Alan Faneca left the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2008, the Steelers looked to the then 25-year-old Chris Kemoeatu to become his replacement. After a fine first year in the starting line-up, Kemoeatu received a five year deal worth $20 million. Skip ahead to the 2012 off-season and Kemoeatu's status as a Steelers starter is gone while his position on the roster...
Via Steelers Depot
February 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Steelers G Chris Kemoeatu Fined $25K For Two Personal Foul Penalties

Steelers left guard Chris Kemoeatu said today that he has been fined $25,000 for two personal foul penalties against the Cardinals this past Sunday. One was an illegal hands to face fine and the second was for a late hit. Both of those incidents came on the Steelers second possession this past week and extremely hurt the drive. Mike Tomlin said on Tuesday that he planned to encourage...
Via Steelers Depot
October 26, 2011  |  Discuss
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