Steelers Six From Around The Web – Wednesday February 3rd
Ex-Steelers wide receiver Plaxico Burress vows to return to the NFL and said he apologized to the New York Giants for tarnishing the organization in an interview with Bill Cowher that is set to air Sunday on CBS. The interview was done from the upstate New York prison where Burress is currently incarcerated after pleading guilty to attempted weapons possession in the second degree.
Another ex-Steeler making headlines is Joey Porter. Porter is making it known that he wants to be released from the Dolphins and not traded. Porter claims he wants to play out west closer to his family in California. Maybe Steelers West in Arizona? Stay tuned!
Scott Brown and Ed Bouchette both filed stories this morning on Colts offensive coordinator, Tom Moore. Moore was the Steelers wide receivers coach from 1977-1982 and the offensive coordinator from 1983-1989. Some of those years I try to forget.
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Super Bowl time produces the best stories for all fans of every NFL team. Such is the case of the Miami Herald catching up with former Steelers backup defensive tackle Gary Dunn. Dunn was a member of the Super Bowl XIII and XIV Steelers teams and now runs an inn and sports pub in the Florida Keys.
According to EA Sports simulation run, the New Orleans Saints will upset the Indianapolis Colts by a score of 35-31 at Super Bowl XLIV. The simulation was run by the award-winning Madden NFL 10 on Xbox 360. Watch the video highlights below.