While the team recovers from their injuries and gets some much-needed rest we’ll be busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Friday, Oct. 28th.
Steeler Nation and the world lost a good man two summers ago when Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Chuck Noll passed away at the age of 82. On Thursday the Rooney family announced the release of a new biography about Noll’s life.
Bob Labriola describes how Art Rooney II told the press at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex how his father, Steelers chairman Dan Rooney, urged author Michael MacCambridge to start the project several years ago.
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The book is titled “Chuck Noll: His Life’s Work” and chronicle’s Noll’s life from growing up in Depression-era Cleveland to leading one of the most dominant team’s in NFL history in the late 1970s in Pittsburgh.
Side note: I think pretty much any time prior to LeBron James’ return can be described as Depression-era Cleveland, don’t you?
I mean. It’s kind of a good thing there’s a bye. I’m gonna need a minute. I love my quarterback and all but geez. I can’t even look at you right now Ben.
Antonio Brown had quite the summer flying around the country and dancing on TV and informing everyone that business is, indeed, booming. He’s already resumed the jet-setting lifestyle now that the bye week has begun.
He appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers and talked about everything from his health to his twerking in the end zone. Meyers is a diehard Steelers fan and made sure to let AB know that he does all of the twerking in his living room when watching the games.
Don’t we all?