Steelers Rookies Have Friday Field Trip To Pro Football Hall Of Fame

The Pittsburgh Steelers finished up their second week of OTA practices on Thursday and on Friday, the rookie class took a trip to Canton, Ohio to visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

By the looks of things, the field trip not only included the drafted rookies, but the undrafted rookies as well. Not only that, fourth-year defensive end Cameron Heyward appears to have been the chaperone.

Steelers rookie cornerback Shaquille Richardson said it best in his Friday tweet from Canton.

The Steelers will be back at work next week as the third round of OTA practices will get underway.

  • steelster

    Ryan Shazier would look good in canton.

  • Kevin Gobleck

    it’d be easy to make his bust, he has no hair to work with!

  • blackandgoldBullion

    Great for motivation, learn some history, see how much representation the Steelers have, of course. Brilliant idea and I only heard about this a couple of years ago. Love it. Imagine being here one day. Wow!

  • Iron Cadet

    tuitt looks like he has a bit of a gut

  • 2443scott

    wouldnt it be nice if they all make it there …and they would have to make another steeler wing in that place….