Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday June 9th – Cowboy Hines Ward Edition
Hines Ward was a presenter last night at the 2011 CMT Music Awards and wore his black cowboy hat and big belt buckle as he presented an award with Packers linebacker Clay Matthews. You can catch a quick glimpse of Hines at the 1:09 mark in the video recap below.
A motion was filed on Wednesday to dismiss a federal tax case against Steelers Hall of Fame defensive back Mel Blount. Blount had owed over $650 K in back taxes and penalties and it is unclear if he has settled that amount as of yet.
Episode #60 of The Terrible Podcast is now out and David Todd and I talk about the Terrelle Pryor future, the Ben Roethlisberger top 100 ranking, preseason game thoughts and get a first hand account of the Steelers 2011 fantasy camp from listener Victor Perry.
Individual tickets for the Steelers 2011 home games will be available through Ticketmaster beginning at 10 a.m., Saturday, June 25. Most tickets will be priced between $64 and $68 bucks.
The sixth annual Antwaan Randle El Youth Football Academy hosted by Antwaan Randle El and The EL Foundation will take place on June 25 at Thornton High School in Indiana for boys ages 13 to 18 years old.
Albert Breer had a great piece yesterday on NFL.com about where both sides might be at in the labor talks and how the time is now for both sides to get a deal done.
Tagged with: Albert Breer • Antwaan Randle El • Ben Roethlisberger • Clay Matthews • CMT Music Awards • David Todd • Mel Blount • NFL.com • Terrelle Pryor • The El Foundation • The Terrible Podcast • Ticketmaster • Victor Perry
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