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    Hines Ward DWTS

    On March 24, 2011 By

    I enjoy watching athletes compete on a stage other than the one they are pro’s in. To see highly skilled dudes put themselves on the line competing in a foreign venue is entertaining viewing to me, no matter what the format is.  

    So tuning in Hines Ward on “Dancing with the Stars” was a no-brainer. In my view, […]

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      I’ve always admired courage. Not just acts of courage in and of themselves, but courage from A-Z such as displaying courage in the face of adversity to follow one’s dream. Wherever that road might take you.

      Saturday night the AFL Pittsburgh Power got off the schnide and racked up win #1 over the Iowa Barnstormers. […]

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        On the NFL labor negotiations front, it’s being reported that current NFL Alumni president and former Giants DE George Martin, a 14-year player and 10-year NFLPA rep, can’t get a meeting with NFLPA prez De Smith. Did i get that right? Can’t get a meeting?

        C’mon, are you serious?

        In a day and age where […]

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          With the NFL labor situation melting down into the hands of the lawyers, Baltimore Ravens Safety Tom Zbikowski decided to continue to pursue work in the ring of professional pugilism. Over the weekend Zbikowski stepped into the ring for the second time as a pro.

          Fighting on the undercard of the Miguel Cotto-Ricardo Mayorga headliner […]

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            Welcome everybody to the inaugural game tonight of the Pittsburgh Power, the Arena Football League team here in the ‘burgh.

            Folks, i must tell you that this is condensed football, micro-waved and packaged to provide the fans with a close-up real time look at professional football with all the thrills, chills and spills of a true […]

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              Monday, March 7, 2011
              The Pittsburgh Power Invites Public to Open House at CONSOL Energy Center, 3/10

              The Power invites the public, free of charge, to come to CONSOL Energy Center, March 10th, from 7PM to 9PM, to see the arena football field and to watch open practice. Fans can find their seats, tour […]

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                Folks, the off-season is now on again for Craig as he will be joining KDKA-TV sportscaster Bob Pompeani as part of the television team that will telecast eight of nine home games on WPCW-TV, while Sports Radio 93-7 The Fan (KDKA-FM) will carry all 18 regular season games and all playoff contests. The home opener […]

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                  I was hanging out at the White Fields dinner at “The Priory” last week and many ex-players were in for the dinner. One of my former teammates, the legendary tackle Jon Kolb was in attendance. Jon was reminiscing about the Steelers-Browns game from my rookie year (1980) played at Three Rivers stadium.

                  What made this […]

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                    The “Steeler Way”

                    On February 23, 2011 By

                    If you ever questioned Mike Tomlin’s thoughts concerning the value of Aaron Smith’s contribution to the Steelers and what Aaron’s mere presence, though not able to contribute on the field, but by being there daily means to his teammates, then have a gander at Coach Mike’s words when questioned about keeping a roster spot open for […]

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                      Ed Bouchette of the Post-Gazette is reporting that in the event of a lockout, some Steelers are considering alternative conditioning programs and discussing meeting at various locations to workout together. Keeping the “Sword sharp” so to speak.

                      Not a bad idea. This was the way it was done 20-30 years ago before the OTA’s and […]

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                        This story came from a friend and i wanted to share this with everybody. It is self-explanatory. We never know when we may have the opportunity to impact a life.


                        The spirit of loving those we often think of as unlovable…

                        There was an unusual high school football game played in Grapevine, […]

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