Who would make the cut to be on the Steelers Mount Rushmore?
The Pittsburgh Steelers have had many memorable personnel during their history that would be worthy of a Mount Rushmore of their own.
Mount Rushmore might be one of the most recognizable monuments in the United States. It graces the carved-out faces of four US Presidents and attracts many tourists year-round for a glimpse at this unique sight. Since it is the fourth of July weekend, why not take this idea and switch it towards a Steelers theme?
This article will go over who should be on a black and gold football-themed Mount Rushmore if there was one created on the hillside of Pittsburgh. Many fans of the franchise would love the idea of adding this to our city and carving some of the greatest people from the team into the side of a hill. Construction would be a tough pill to swallow for the morning commuters but when this is completed, it would be a sight to behold.
This article will probably stir up some controversy as there are only four people on this list. This idea includes each person from scouts, coaches, owners, general managers, players, and all the rest that have added their time professionally to this team over the years. There can be other lists done focusing on just players or Pittsburgh sports icons just in general but this list will be different.
Some honorable mentions that failed to make the cut are Franco Harris, Jack Lambert, Rod Woodson, Mel Blount, Ben Roethlisberger, Terry Bradshaw, James Harrison, Hines Ward, Bill Nunn, and so many more individuals. Whittling down these impactful people to just a final four was a challenge but one that makes for a successful history.