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A Blast from the Past: Sixth Round, Part 1

I recently began a series looking at the picks from the drafts we can reasonably begin to evaluate—2010 through 2013. The earlier posts will be linked at the end of the article if you missed them. 1,185 more words

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Football: Former Glades Central WR Santonio Holmes makes cut in USA Today's Ultimate NFL Draft

It’s been a decade since former Glades Central standout Santonio Holmes was taken in the first round of the NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers 532 more words

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The salary cap implications of a suspension for Martavis Bryant

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As the breaking news of the suspension for Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant starts to sink in, we take a look at what his suspension means to the team financially and the implications for the Steelers salary cap. 548 more words

This Happened

Former Steeler Santonio Holmes offers high praise of Ben Roethlisberger

For whatever reason there are an awful lot of NFL fans and writers that don’t give Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger the respect he deserves. He is clearly one of the top quarterbacks in the league, but many refuse to admit it. 274 more words

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Santonio Holmes Showing his Steeler pride at NFL Honors

There are so many names associated with the Pittsburgh Steelers and their six Super Bowl championships. Guys like Terry Bradshaw, Lynn Swann and Mean Joe Greene. 210 more words

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The Super Two-Step

The Carolina Panthers or the Denver Broncos?

“The Dab” or the old school high-five?

Dannon Oikos Triple Zero yogurt or Papa John’s pizza?

Super Bowl 50 features a young gun trying to make a name for himself in the NFL’s biggest game and a veteran cementing his legacy as one of the best quarterbacks in league history. 131 more words

Martavis Bryant's touchdown catch looks eerily similar to Santonio Holmes's in Super Bowl XLIII

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A photo posted by Steelers Wire (@the_steelerswire) on Jan 9, 2016 at 11:17pm PST

It’s not the same impact, of course, but it’s eerie how similar one angle of Martavis Bryant’s tremendous touchdown catch Saturday against the Bengals looks like Santonio Holmes’s game-winner against the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII.

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