Former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Craig Wolfley, along with his brother Ron Wolfley, who played for the St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Rams and Cleveland Browns, have been selected to be inducted into the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame this year according to the Associated Press.
Craig was drafted by the Steelers in the fifth round of the 1980 NFL draft after playing his college ball at Syracuse University, where he was a four year letter winner as an offensive lineman. Craig started started 102 of 129 games with the Steelers from 1980-89, before finishing his 12-year career by playing his final two years with the Minnesota Vikings, where started 2 of 24 games for them. He was named to the Syracuse University\’s All-Century team in November, 1999 along with Jim Brown, Ernie Davis, Larry Csonka, Marvin Harrison, Daryl Johnston, John Mackey, Art Monk and Donovan McNabb.
Wolf, as he is affectionately called, is still associated with the Steelers today, as he is a member of the Steelers game day radio network broadcast team, and also co-hosts a radio show during the season with his best friend and former line mate Tunch Ilkin on 970 ESPN Radio in Pittsburgh. You can visit his blog at http://craigwolfley.com/.