Morning Links (and Daily Thread)…

A quick daily look at what’s happening around Steelers Nation. And consider this your open thread for discussing the days events and, well, anything else that comes to mind about the Black and Gold.

– Hines Ward sounds off on the NFL.  [One For The Other Thumb]

– Great interview with Heath Miller. [Pittsburgh Magazine]

– The folks at Benstonium check in with a new episode of History Of Da Stillers that chronicles the exit of Jeff Reed and the entrance of Shaun Suisham. [Benstonium]

– And for your random YouTube of the day: Ben Roethlisberger’s ankle/foot is a concern, but he was still able to do this on Sunday.

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  • Warrior9504

    love that run! the most ungraceful yet coordinated athlete I have seen in a while

  • RoB D

    I bet he was looking downfield for Mike Williams!!

    • ryan

      Ha. Seriously. Wilcotts really loved Mike Williams. He reminds me of Stevie Jerhnson.

      • RoB D

        I was wondering when the play by play guy (blanking on the name) was going to correct him. But maybe he hates Wilcotts too…let him die by his own hand! lol…

        Wilcotts is so bad that he’s entertaining.

  • DC in ATL

    FYI, an excellent review of Terry McAuley, the upcoming referee for the Steeler/Raven game. He did Super Bowl 43 and is one of the better ones…but wouldn’t you know it…lives outside of Baltimore.

    The Titans weren’t happy with some of his calls in 2008 AFC Divisional game against…the Ravens. Hopefully he and his crew won’t be a factor in our victory Sunday night.

  • Gretz
    • Randy Steele

      Question of the Day: Is Rothlisberger with a broken foot a better quarterback than Byron Leftwich?

    • ryan

      “Reportedly” has a broken foot!

      And, yes, a one-legged Big Ben is better/more mobile/etc than Byron.

    • Randy Steele

      This just in: “Steelers spokesperson Dave Lockett said there is no new fracture in Ben’s foot. Ben’s current injury is an aggravation of an old injury where scar tissue is present.”