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Santonio Holmes: Mr. Tone

American football player Santonio Holmes was named MVP of Super Bowl XLIII after making the game-winning touchdown catch for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Born on March 3, 1984, in Belle Glade, Florida, Santonio Holmes overcame an impoverished upbringing to become a professional football player for the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets. 448 more words

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Excerpt Part II of 'Caponomics: NFL Roster Building through Super Bowl Championship Analysis'

This is an excerpt from a book by Zack Moore titled “Caponomics: Understanding NFL Roster Building through Super Bowl Champion Analysis.” This excerpt, run in two parts ( 1,599 more words

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Excerpt Part I of 'Caponomics: NFL Roster Building through Super Bowl Championship Analysis'

This is an excerpt from a book by Zack Moore titled “Caponomics: Understanding NFL Roster Building through Super Bowl Champion Analysis.” This excerpt, run in two parts, focuses on the Steelers in 2014. 2,293 more words

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Steelers practice field was vandalized before Super Bowl XLIII

From the “I wasn’t aware of this” files…or, we were aware groups painting male genitalia on football fields is generally frowned upon, we just didn’t know that happened to the Steelers practice field before Super Bowl XLIII. 254 more words

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Remembering Ben Roethlisberger shearing his own beard

Late-night television loses a legend when CBS’s David Letterman does his final show May 20. He’s interviewed anyone who is anyone over the last 30-plus years, including hilarious bits with athletes across the entire sports spectrum. 210 more words

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LaMarr Woodley, Larry Foote pair up for the next generation of Steelers West in Arizona

Ex-Steelers linebacker Larry Foote has been defending his former teammate, LaMarr Woodley, since 2013.

Speculation broke out that year, based on a Post Gazette report that an unnamed source suggested Woodley was… 461 more words

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Ike Taylor says he thought his house would be burned down after Larry Fitzgerald's touchdown

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Ike Taylor sat on the sidelines in street clothes as the Steelers took the field against division rival Baltimore in the first round of the AFC Playoffs in January. 378 more words

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