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Category Archives: Random Junk
This video, which was originally posted over at Behind The Steel Curtain, is from the high school days of Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons and shows the recruiting circus that followed him prior to his commitment to Florida State. In it, … Continue reading
If you knew what was good for you, you would. Here’s the Steelers outside linebacker appearing in a couple of Pittsburgh area Shults Ford commercials. Presented without additional comment…
Hines Ward wrapped up his Dancing With the Stars appearance on Tuesday night and came away as the king of celebrities-turned-dancers, winning the competition by edging out Kirstie Alley. I’ll repeat that one more time, just because I find it … Continue reading
I don’t have the expertise of the Lounge Legal Department when it comes to this lockout nonsense, and I’m not going to pretend that I do. But, since my family has held Steelers season tickets since the opening of Heinz … Continue reading
Rick Reilly has an edict that, ironically, he seems to repeat every time he opens his mouth: “One of my rules is to write sentences that have never been uttered before in the history of the English language.” I will … Continue reading
So Alan Faneca retired yesterday. It’s easy to agree with Ed Bouchette when he writes that Faneca was the “the greatest guard in Steelers history.” But despite Faneca’s place in Steelers history — and ultimately, the Hall of Fame — … Continue reading
We don’t yet have football but when we do, the seven newest members of the Steelers will already have their numbers. Wex tweeted the word out earlier this week, and because I have nothing better to do, I took a … Continue reading
This is innocuous, for sure, but I have to bring it up because when I first read it over the weekend I was immediately taken back to a simpler time, before social media, when newspapers mattered, and Osama bin Laden … Continue reading
If you’re a semi-regular reader of this site you’re probably aware of our fascination with Steelers history, no matter how random or obscure it may be (Two words: Walter Abercrombie). Since the early 1970′s the Steelers have been one of … Continue reading
Sandwiched between the careers of Franco Harris and Tim Worley was the probably forgotten career of Walter Abercrombie, the Steelers’ first round pick (No. 12 overall) in 1982 out of Baylor University. And while his career was never destined for … Continue reading