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For a decade, teaching radical economic ideas pleased me, but then disillusion set in. In the early 1980s, the steel mills in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, where I taught, began to close. Workers were forced to leave the area, and as a result, my working class students disappeared. Teaching kids who were the first in their families to attend college, as I had been, had made my efforts seem worthwhile. I got along well with them, even those who disagreed with me. I managed to radicalize some. Unfortunately, the college began to replace the locals with middle-class teenagers from the Pittsburgh suburbs. They seemed to me like alien beings, so unconcerned with learning that they appeared proud of their ignorance. To make matters worse, the student revolt of the 1960s had generated a counterattack by the leaders of business (who dominate the schools to a degree seldom examined or understood) and government. The humanities and social sciences began to lose ground to career-oriented fields of study; soon, business and technical programs proliferated. These changes, which coincided with the collapse of the post-Second World War economic boom, created understandable fears among young people, who were easily persuaded to view education as an investment in their “human capital,” and major in something practical.
Disinterested students and a reactionary political situation on campuses made me wonder what useful purpose teaching undergraduates served. Perhaps advocating radical ideas in college classrooms was not a radical act. It would not push the society toward greater egalitarianism and more control over the economy by ordinary people. Certainly, creating a new world was the furthest thing from my students’ minds. Nothing I could say would change them very dramatically. Compounding matters was the growing match between a much more conservative ideological climate and the recently hired faculty. Most were too cowed by authority and fearful that dissent would impact their careers negatively to do anything except keep their noses to the grindstone. A few said they would make trouble once they got tenure, but none ever did.
Economic necessity compelled me to continue teaching, but conscience forced me to do more. I had never confined myself solely to the classroom; I had helped the maintenance and custodial workers at my college to form a labor union and tried valiantly to get the faculty to follow suit. However, now the campus was not enough, so in 1980, I began educating working people, in a Labor Studies program at Penn State University. The first classes were held in Johnstown, but eventually, I taught throughout Western Pennsylvania and occasionally in Ohio, with venues in union halls, schools, and motels. Classes were noncredit, typically meeting for three hours on a weekday evening. My students did every kind of work: steelworkers, postal clerks, mail carriers, oil workers, chemical plant laborers, autoworkers, coal miners, secretaries, librarians school teachers, firefighters, nurses, plumbers, operating engineers, bricklayers, carpenters, machinists, glass workers, and many more.
These early forays into worker education soon led to others. Sometime in the late 1990s, I was asked to teach a class in a graduate (Masters) program at the University of Massachusetts, one aimed at union members, mainly officers and staff persons.  Then, in 2001, I left my college teaching job, and Karen and I began an itinerant life, moving around the United States. However, labor education remained a part of my work. Besides the graduate class, I taught in an undergraduate Labor Studies program in Manhattan and online labor courses for a community college and several universities. Today, I only do the MA class, each January for two weeks. I abandoned the online work when it stopped being devoted solely to labor-oriented students or came to be used as a way to exploit cheap labor and get rid of regular classroom faculty.
There are many things I have enjoyed about labor education. The students often have been like the people with whom I grew up; the older students sometimes reminded me of my father and his factory workmates. All of them have had job experience and so understood work better than my college students. When I talk about the labor law or unemployment, they bring interesting personal experiences to the discussions. What I teach has immediate practical relevance to them, and I can use this to get them to understand more complex and abstract economic and political ideas. For example, I once taught collective bargaining to a group of men working in a plant that made air conditioners. They had been forced by their international union to make concessions during the term of their collective bargaining agreement. They videotaped the classes and showed the tapes to co-workers. Then they ran a slate of candidates in their local union elections and won office. Using what they had learned, they successfully negotiated the return of the wages and benefits they had been compelled to concede. One of the new officers went on to get a masters’ degree in labor relations and then taught in the same program in which I had worked. These classes sometimes have been catalysts for the rebuilding of long dormant local labor movements, and they have raised the consciousness of the students.
Although many of my early worker students had not graduated from college and were often rank-and-file union members, they grasped radical ideas more quickly and deeply than did my college pupils. This is because these had a greater usefulness to them, and they perceived the arguments through the lenses of working people’s eyes. Two examples come to mind. In a class in labor economics, we were discussing the differences between the neoclassical and the Keynesian theories of unemployment. After two three-hour classes, one of the students wrote a prize-winning essay on the subject for his local union newspaper. In a class in labor law, we were examining the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution in the context of employee drug testing. At my college, most students took it for granted that employers have the right to randomly drug test employees. They had been so thoroughly indoctrinated that they did not think of the issue in terms of civil liberties. The workers, on the other hand, argued vehemently against drug testing under any circumstances. Most of them said that they would refuse, as a matter of principle, to be tested.
The men and women in the MA program do have college degrees, and they are typically union officers or staff persons. I encourage them to take what they have learned and teach their members. Unions have done a woeful job of educating the rank-and-file, not least because union leaders often fear an educated membership that might turn against them. Here again, there have been successes. Students have organized classes in their union locals; one offered a bilingual course so that Spanish-speaking immigrant laborers could attend, and another prepared labor history sessions for newly-apprenticed carpenters in Manhattan.
All of this is not to say that my worker students have been perfect. Far from it. They have been subjected to the same kind of conservative advocacy from family, media, teachers, and employers to which all of us have been exposed. Racism, sexism, and homophobia have reared their ugly heads. Not all have been happy with my radical views, although there has been a remarkable transformation over the past two decades in the willingness and eagerness with which almost all have entertained—and many have embraced—a radical analysis of capitalism.
Teaching workers has been education as I envisioned it when I first entered the classroom forty-four years ago: students coming to class voluntarily, enthusiastically participated in their learning, and then going out to apply what they have learned to their lives. They appreciate my commitment to teaching; applause and gifts at the end of a course have been common. And I found that these were students from whom I could learn new things as well. My labor education classes have inspired me to write several books, all of which are aimed at the general working public. Through these, I have made contact with working-class groups around the country and have had the opportunity to give talks, conduct seminars, and help in union-organizing campaigns. I often get requests from working people asking for my help in legal or economic matters. Nothing comparable happened in my college classes.
The best thing about teaching workers is that I have not had to abide or feel pressured by the canons of academe. I have not had to worry that my students will not know what is expected of them when they take intermediate-level courses. Each labor class is self-contained, with no prerequisites. I do not have to maintain a false air of objectivity. I do not have to say, for example, that economists disagree about how capitalism works; instead, I can say what I believe, forthrightly, that the neoclassical theory represents the economics of the employing class and that the attempt to make it into something else, a set of universal truths, is propaganda. I can posit a radical explanation of capitalism. This has been invariably well received, even when in 1980s Johnstown, I had to call Marx’s analysis of capitalism the “workers’ theory” to avoid charges of being a communist. The idea that profits arise out of the unpaid “surplus” labor time of workers resonates because it fits with the actual work experiences of the students; it helps them to understand what they are, what forces and persons are responsible for their circumstances, and what they might do to combat them. Similarly, when I begin a discussion of our labor power as a commodity, we soon enough conclude that to our employers we are mere costs of production, to be minimized by whatever means necessary. It is but a short step to have everyone agree that workplaces are war zones and that only collective struggle has any chance of victory. In the worker classrooms, we can openly address such matters, and I can be the radical advocate I think I must be.
In the college classroom, I taught as I did because the college was structured so that a more honest and direct approach was impossible. Academe, by its nature, limits, constrains, absorbs, or punishes direct radicalism. And if it does allow some radical advocacy, the “higher learning” is so far removed from the lives of working people that this is bound to have little social impact. It will not help to move society in an egalitarian and democratic direction. Worker education, on the other hand, offers much greater possibilities, precisely because it is directly connected to the lives of the working class majority, who, in the end, must be the moving force of social transformation.
I don’t know how much longer I will be a labor educator. It is hard, time-consuming, and mentally and physically draining work. Guilt has probably kept me at it these past few years. There is an extraordinary shortage of people trained in economics who could effectively teach the working class. And among those few who could, hardly anyone wants to do so. I have urged radicals to teach workers whenever an opportunity presents itself. My pleas have been met always with a deafening silence. We hear a lot these days of the rise of a new core of young left-wing intellectuals, well educated, attuned to Marx, and alienated from bourgeois society. It is to be hoped that they will not only advocate for radical change in their magazines, blogs, and essays, but will embrace the working class, embed themselves in it and write and act, for workers, with workers, as workers, educating those who toil as they educate themselves. We all do what we can to make a better world. But those with knowledge have a duty to spread the word directly to those without whose struggles no such world will ever come to be. I have tried my best. Maybe now it is time for those younger and more energetic to take my place.
Michael D. Yate s is the Editorial Director of Monthly Review Press. He can be reached at mikedjyates@msn.com . He welcomes comments.


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nike shoes wholesale The Steelers were founded as the Pittsburgh Pirates on July 8, 1933, by Art Rooney , taking its original name from the baseball team of the same name , as was common practice for NFL teams at the time. [ 1 ] The ownership of the Steelers has remained within the Rooney family since its founding. [ 2 ] The current owner is Art's son, Dan Rooney , who has given much control of the franchise to his son Art Rooney II . Long one of the NFL's flagship teams, [ 3 ] the Steelers enjoy a large, widespread fanbase nicknamed Steeler Nation . [ 4 ] The Steelers currently play their home games at Heinz Field on Pittsburgh's North Side in the North Shore neighborhood, which also hosts the University of Pittsburgh Panthers . Built in 2001, the stadium replaced Three Rivers Stadium which hosted the Steelers for 31 seasons. Prior to Three Rivers, the Steelers had played their games in Pitt Stadium and Forbes Field .
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1 Franchise history
1.1 The Chuck Noll era
1.2 The Bill Cowher era
1.3 The Mike Tomlin era
1.4 Ownership
1.5 Season-by-season records
1.6 Civil Rights Advocacy
2 Logo and uniforms
3 Rivals
3.1 Divisional rivals
3.2 Historic rivals
4 Culture
4.1 Mascot
4.2 Fanbase
4.3 Fight songs
4.4 Nicknames
4.5 Basketball
5 Facilities
5.1 Stadiums
5.2 Training camp
5.3 Historical facilities
6 Statistics
7 Players
7.1 Current roster
7.2 Retired uniform numbers
7.3 Pro Football Hall of Famers
7.3.1 Award recipients
7.3.2 Steelers in the Hall for contributions elsewhere
7.4 Pro Bowl players
7.5 League MVPs
7.6 Defensive Player of the Year Awards winners
7.7 Rookie of the Year Award winners
7.7.1 Offensive Rookie of the Year
7.7.2 Defensive Rookie of the Year
7.8 Super Bowl MVPs
7.9 All-time team
7.10 Dapper Dan Sportsman of the Year
8 Coaches
8.1 Current staff
9 Media
9.1 Figures with broadcasting resumés
9.2 Newspaper
9.3 Usage in popular culture
10 See also
11 References
12 External links
Franchise history
For more details on this topic, see History of the Pittsburgh Steelers .
See also: American football in Western Pennsylvania
nike shoes for kids The Pittsburgh Steelers of the NFL first took to the field as the Pittsburgh Pirates on September 20, 1933, losing 23–2 to the New York Giants . [ 5 ] Through the 1930s, the Pirates never finished higher than second place in their division, or with a record better than .500 ( 1936 ). [ 6 ] Pittsburgh did make history in 1938 by signing Byron White , a future Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court , to what was at the time the biggest contract in NFL history, [ 7 ] but he played only one year with the Pirates before signing with the Detroit Lions . [ 8 ] Prior to the 1940 season, the Pirates renamed themselves the Steelers.
nike shoes for men During World War II, the Steelers experienced player shortages. They twice merged with other NFL franchises to field a team. During the 1943 season , they merged with the Philadelphia Eagles forming the "Phil-Pitt Eagles" and were known as the " Steagles ". This team went 5–4–1. In 1944 , they merged with the Chicago Cardinals and were known as Card-Pitt (or, mockingly, as the "Carpets"). [ 7 ] This team finished 0–10, marking the only winless team in franchise history. [ 9 ]
The Steelers made the playoffs for the first time in 1947 , tying for first place in the division at 8–4 with the Philadelphia Eagles . This forced a tie-breaking playoff game at Forbes Field , which the Steelers lost 21–0. [ 10 ] That would be Pittsburgh's only playoff game for the next 25 years; they did qualify for a " Playoff Bowl " in 1962 as the second-best team in their conference, but this was not considered an official playoff. [ 11 ]
In 1970 , the year they moved into Three Rivers Stadium and the year of the AFL-NFL merger , the Pittsburgh Steelers were one of three old-guard NFL teams to switch to the newly formed American Football Conference (the others being the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Colts ), in order to equalize the number of teams in the two conferences of the newly merged league. The Steelers also received a $3 million ($18 million today) relocation fee, which was a windfall for them; for years they rarely had enough to build a true contending team. [ 12 ]
The Chuck Noll era
For more details on this topic, see Chuck Noll .
The Steelers' history of bad luck changed with the hiring of coach Chuck Noll for the 1969 season . Noll's most remarkable talent was in his draft selections, taking Hall of Famers "Mean" Joe Greene in 1969 , Terry Bradshaw and Mel Blount in 1970 , Jack Ham in 1971 , Franco Harris in 1972 , [ 13 ] and finally, in 1974, pulling off the incredible feat of selecting four Hall of Famers in one draft year, Lynn Swann , Jack Lambert , John Stallworth , and Mike Webster . [ 14 ] The Pittsburgh Steelers' 1974 draft was their best ever, and no other team has ever drafted four future Hall of Famers in one year, and only very few (including the 1970 Steelers) have drafted two or more in one year.
The players drafted in the early '70s formed the base of an NFL dynasty, making the playoffs in eight seasons and becoming the only team in NFL history to win four Super Bowls in six years, as well as the first to win more than two. They also enjoyed a regular season streak of 49 consecutive wins ( 1971 – 1979 ) against teams that would finish with a losing record that year.
The Steelers suffered a rash of injuries in the 1980 season and missed the playoffs with a 9–7 record. The 1981 season was no better, with an 8–8 showing. The team was then hit with the retirements of all their key players from the Super Bowl years. "Mean" Joe Greene retired after the 1981 season , Lynn Swann and Jack Ham after 1982 's playoff berth, Terry Bradshaw and Mel Blount after 1983 's divisional championship, and Jack Lambert after 1984 's AFC Championship Game appearance.
After those retirements, the franchise skidded to its first losing seasons since 1971. Though still competitive, the Steelers would not finish above .500 in 1985 , 1986 , and 1988 . In 1987 , the year of the players' strike , the Steelers finished with a record of 8–7, but missed the playoffs. In 1989 , they would reach the second round of the playoffs on the strength of Merrill Hoge and Rod Woodson before narrowly missing the playoffs in each of the next two seasons.
The Bill Cowher era
For more details on this topic, see Bill Cowher .
In 1992, Chuck Noll retired and was succeeded by Kansas City Chiefs defensive coordinator Bill Cowher , a native of the Pittsburgh suburb of Crafton .
Steelers' five Super Bowl rings before 2009
Cowher led the Steelers to the playoffs in each of his first six seasons, a feat that had been accomplished only by legendary coach Paul Brown of the Cleveland Browns . In those first six seasons Cowher coached them as deep as the AFC Championship Game three times and following the 1995 season an appearance in Super Bowl XXX on the strength of the "Blitzburgh" defense. However, the Steelers lost to the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX, two weeks after a thrilling AFC Championship victory over the Indianapolis Colts . Cowher produced the franchise's record-tying fifth Super Bowl win in Super Bowl XL over the National Football Conference champion Seattle Seahawks ten years later. With that victory, the Steelers became the third team to win five Super Bowls, and the first sixth-seeded playoff team to reach and win the Super Bowl since the NFL expanded to a 12-team post-season tournament in 1990. He coached through the 2006 season which ended with a 8–8 record, just short of the playoffs. Overall Cowher's teams reached the playoffs 10 of 15 seasons with six AFC Championship Games, two Super Bowl berths and a championship.
The Mike Tomlin era
For more details on this topic, see Mike Tomlin .
Roethlisberger in a Steelers' throwback jersey during 500th franchise win
On January 7, 2007, Cowher resigned from coaching the Steelers, citing a need to spend more time with his family. He did not use the term "retire," leaving open a possible return to the NFL as coach of another team. A three-man committee consisting of Art Rooney II, Dan Rooney, and Kevin Colbert was set up to conduct interviews for the head coaching vacancy. [ 15 ] The candidates interviewed included: offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt , offensive line coach Russ Grimm , former offensive coordinator Chan Gailey , Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator Mike Tomlin , and Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Ron Rivera . On January 22, 2007, Mike Tomlin was announced as Cowher's successor as head coach. Tomlin is the first African-American to be named head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers in its 75-year history. Tomlin became the third consecutive Steelers Head Coach to go to the Super Bowl, equaling the Dallas Cowboys (Tom Landry, Jimmy Johnson and Barry Switzer) in this achievement. He was named the Motorola 2008 Coach of the Year. On February 1, 2009, Tomlin led the Steelers to their second Super Bowl of this decade, and went on to win 27–23 against the Arizona Cardinals . At age 36, he was the youngest head coach to ever win the Super Bowl, and he is only the second African-American coach to ever win the Super Bowl ( Tony Dungy was the first). The 2010 season made Tomlin the only coach to reach the Super Bowl twice before the age of 40. Tomlin led the team to his second Super Bowl ( Super Bowl XLV ) on Feb. 6, 2011. However, the Steelers were defeated in their eighth Super Bowl appearance by the Green Bay Packers by the score of 31–25. The Steelers recorded their 400th victory in 2012 after defeating the Washington Redskins . [ 16 ]
Since the NFL merger in 1970, the Pittsburgh Steelers have compiled a regular season record of 363–235–2 (.607) and an overall record of 394–253–2 (.609) including the playoffs, reached the playoffs 25 times, won their division 20 times, played in 15 AFC championship games, and won six of eight Super Bowls. They are also the only NFL team not to have a season with twelve or more losses since the league expanded to a 16-game schedule in 1978. [ 17 ]
Ownership
Heinz Field, current home of the Pittsburgh Steelers
Since 2008, the Rooney family has brought in several investors for the team while retaining control of the team itself. This came about so that the team could comply with NFL ownership regulations. [ 18 ] Current Steelers Chairman, Dan Rooney , and his son, Art Rooney II , president of the franchise, wanted to stay involved with the franchise, while two of the brothers – Timothy and Patrick – wanted to further pursue racetracks that they own in Florida and New York. [ 19 ] Since 2006, many of the racetracks have added video slot machines , causing them to violate "NFL policy that prohibits involvement with racetrack and gambling interests". [ 20 ]
While Dan Rooney and Art Rooney II retain control of the team with the league-minimum 30%, the following make up the other investors:
Several other members of the Rooney family, including Art Rooney Jr., John Rooney, and the McGinley family, who are cousins to the Rooneys.
Pilot Corporation and Pilot Flying J president Jimmy Haslam , son of founder Jim Haslam Jr. and brother of Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam . [ 21 ] Haslam would later sell his shares in the Steelers back to the Rooney family in order to become majority owner of the Cleveland Browns . [ 22 ]
Legendary Pictures president and CEO Thomas Tull. [ 21 ]
The Paul family of Pittsburgh and Los Angeles, who are primarily involved with Pittsburgh-based Ampco Pittsburgh Corporation as well as Morton's Restaurant Group, Urban Active Fitness, Meyer Products and Harley Marine Services. Additionally, family members serve on numerous boards , including Cornell University, UPMC , University of Pittsburgh , the American Red Cross , Harvard Medical School and the Loomis Chaffee School . [ 21 ]
Former Steelers wide receiver John Stallworth , a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame . [ 23 ]
GTCR chairman Bruce V. Rauner . [ 23 ]
President Obama poses with the Steelers in 2009. Left to right: Ben Roethlisberger , Hines Ward , Obama, and Dan Rooney .
The Varischetti family of Brockway, Pennsylvania , which owns several nursing homes and a commercial real estate business. [ 23 ]
Paul Evanson, chairman, president, and CEO of Allegheny Energy . [ 24 ]
Russ and Scott Swank of Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania . [ 22 ]
Season-by-season records
For more details on this topic, see List of Pittsburgh Steelers seasons .
Through the end of the 2009 season, the Steelers have an all-time record of 565–529–21, including playoffs. In recent seasons the Steelers have generally performed well, qualifying for the playoffs six times in the past ten seasons and winning the Super Bowl twice since 2005 . [ 25 ]
In the NFL's "modern era" (since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970) the Steelers have posted the best record in the league. The franchise has won the most regular season games, the most playoff games (33 playoff wins; the Dallas Cowboys are second with 32), won the most divisional titles (20), has played in the most conference championship games (15), hosted the most conference championship games (11), and is tied with the Dallas Cowboys for the most Super Bowl appearances(8). The Steelers have the best winning percentage (including every expansion team), earned the most All-Pro nominations, and have accumulated the most Super Bowl wins (6) since the modern game started in 1970. Since the merger, the team's playoff record is 33–19 (.635), which is second best in terms of playoff winning percentage behind the Green Bay Packers ' playoff record of 28–16 (.636), through January 23, 2011. [ citation needed ]
Civil Rights Advocacy
The franchise, along with the Rooney family have for generations been strong advocates for equality of opportunity for both minorities and women. Among these achievements of the Steelers was the first to hire an African-American Assistant Coach (September 29, 1957 with Lowell Perry ), the first to start an African-American quarterback (December 3, 1973 with Joe Gilliam ), the first team to boast of an African-American Super Bowl MVP (January 12, 1975 with Franco Harris ), the first to hire an African-American Coordinator (September 2, 1984 with Tony Dungy ), the first owner to push for passage of an "equal opportunity" mandating that at least one minority candidate is given an interview in all head coach hiring decisions throughout the league (the Rooney Rule in the early 2000s), and the first to hire a female as full-time athletic trainer ( Ariko Iso on July 24, 2002).
Note: Although Marlin Briscoe is sometimes erroneously cited as the first African-American starting quarterback in 1968, this was not for an NFL team and not in an NFL game, additionally the vast majority of Briscoe's career was not as quarterback.
Logo and uniforms
For more details on this topic, see Logos and uniforms of the Pittsburgh Steelers .
US Airways logo jet featuring the colors of the Pittsburgh Steelers
The script logo.
The Steelers have used black and gold as their colors since the club's inception, the lone exception being the 1943 season when they merged with the Philadelphia Eagles and formed the " Steagles "; the team's colors at that time were green and white as a result of wearing Eagles uniforms. Originally, the team wore solid gold-colored helmets and black jerseys. Unique to Pittsburgh [ citation needed ] , the Steelers' black and gold colors are now shared by all major professional teams in the city, including the Pittsburgh Pirates in baseball and the Pittsburgh Penguins in ice hockey, and also the Pittsburgh Power of the reformed Arena Football League , and the Pittsburgh Passion of the Independent Women's Football League . However, the Penguins currently use "Vegas Gold", a color similar to metallic gold, and the Pirates' gold is a darker mustard yellow-gold, while the Steelers "gold" is more of a bright canary yellow. Black and gold are also the colors of the city's official flag .
Steelers logo, 1963–present
The Steelers logo was introduced in 1962 and is based on the " Steelmark ", originally designed by Pittsburgh's U.S. Steel and now owned by the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). In fact, it was Cleveland -based Republic Steel that suggested the Steelers adopt the industry logo. It consists of the word "Steelers" surrounded by three astroids ( hypocycloids of four cusps ). The original meanings behind the astroids were, "Steel lightens your work, brightens your leisure, and widens your world." Later, the colors came to represent the ingredients used in the steel-making process: yellow for coal, red for iron ore, and blue for scrap steel. [ 26 ] While the formal Steelmark logo contains only the word "Steel," the team was given permission to add "ers" in 1963 after a petition to AISI.
The Steelers are the only NFL team that puts its logo on only one side of the helmet (the right side). Longtime field and equipment manager Jack Hart was instructed to do this by Art Rooney as a test to see how the logo appeared on the gold helmets; however, its popularity led the team to leave it that way permanently. [ 27 ] A year after introducing the logo, they switched to black helmets to make it stand out more.
The Steelers, along with the New York Giants , are one of only two teams in the National Football League to have the players' uniform numbers on the front and back of the helmets.
The current uniform designs were introduced in 1968 . The design consists of gold pants and either black jerseys or white jerseys, except for the 1970 and 1971 seasons when the Steelers wore white pants with their white jerseys. In 1997 , the team switched to rounded numbers on the jersey to match the number font ( Futura Condensed ) on the helmets, and a Steelers logo was added to the left side of the jersey.
The current third uniform, consisting of a black jersey with gold lettering, white pants with black and gold stripes, and a gold helmet were first used during the Steelers' 75th anniversary season in 2007 . They were meant to evoke the memory of the 1963 – 1964 era uniforms. The uniforms were so popular among fans that the Steeler organization decided to keep them and use them as a third option during home games only.
In 2008 –2009, the Steelers became the first team in NFL history to defeat an opponent three times in a single season using three different uniforms. [ citation needed ] They defeated the Baltimore Ravens in Pittsburgh in Week 4 in their third jerseys, again Week 15 in Baltimore in their road whites, and a final time in the AFC Championship in Pittsburgh in their home black jerseys.
In 1978, the team owners were approached by then- Iowa Hawkeyes Head Coach Hayden Fry about designing his fading college team's uniforms in the image of the Steelers. Three days later, the owners sent Fry home, and away reproduction jerseys of then quarterback Terry Bradshaw . Today, the Hawkeyes still retain the 1978 Steelers uniforms as their home, and away colors.
Rivals
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The Pittsburgh Steelers have three primary rivals, all within their division: ( Cleveland Browns , Baltimore Ravens , and Cincinnati Bengals ). They also have rivalries with other teams that arose from post-season battles in the past, most notably the New England Patriots , Oakland Raiders , Tennessee Titans and Dallas Cowboys . They also have an intrastate rivalry with the Philadelphia Eagles , but under the current scheduling the teams play each other only once every four years.
Divisional rivals
The Cleveland Browns and the Steelers have been divisional rivals since the two cities' teams began playing against each other in 1950. After posting a 9–31 record in the first 40 games of the series between the two cities, the Steelers recently took over the all-time series lead for the first time ever (64–56); partly due to their dominance over the post-1999 Cleveland Browns franchise and won twelve straight before the Browns snapped their losing skid against them by beating them 13–6 on December 10, 2009. Additionally, the Browns lost 16 straight years in Pittsburgh from 1970 – 1985 and posted an abysmal 5–24 record at Three Rivers Stadium overall. Former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher coached the Browns special teams and secondary before following Marty Schottenheimer for a brief tenure as Kansas City Defensive Coordinator, and then hired by Pittsburgh. This has only intensified the rivalry.
The Baltimore Ravens and the Steelers have had several memorable match-ups and have a bitter divisional rivalry. Both teams handed the other their first losses at their current home fields. The Steelers won the inaugural game played at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium in 1998 , 20–13, and three years later the Ravens handed the Steelers their first-ever loss at Heinz Field , 13–10. Later that season ( 2001 ) Pittsburgh won a divisional playoff game 27–10 against Baltimore, who was the defending Super Bowl champion . During their NFL championship season in 2000 , the Ravens defeated the Steelers in Pittsburgh , 16–0, in the season opener with the Steelers later exacting revenge, 9–6, in Baltimore (the Ravens' final loss of the season). During the Steelers 2008 Championship run, they beat the Ravens three times, including a win in the AFC Championship game. The Steelers lead the series (begun in 1996 ), 16–10. The two teams complement each other by consistently fielding strong defenses in their division.
The Bengals–Steelers rivalry dates from the 1970 season, when the AFL-NFL merger was completed. In 1976 , the Steelers kept their playoff hopes alive (they later won the division) with a late-season 7–3 win in snowy Cincinnati. One of the most memorable games was the 2005 AFC Wildcard playoff game , in which the Steelers, en route to a Super Bowl title , won a 31–17 come-from-behind victory after Bengals QB Carson Palmer was forced to leave the game with a knee injury. The injury happened when nose tackle Kimo von Oelhoffen contacted Palmer's knee during a passing play. The Bengals players called this a dirty play; the NFL ruled that it was accidental and did not fine von Oelhoffen for the hit. This incident has led to an intensifying of the rivalry since this game. The Bengals beat the Steelers in week 13 of the 2005 season 38–31, and wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh used a Terrible Towel to polish his cleats while walking up the tunnel after the game, fueling the rivalry. The Steelers and Bengals finished 2005 and 2006 with identical records (11–5 and 8–8 respectively), splitting both regular-season series, the Bengals winning the tiebreaker both years due to having a superior division record. The Steelers also are responsible for ending the Bengals' season in Cincinnati two years in a row, eliminating them from the playoffs in 2005 and taking them out of contention in 2006 . The Steelers lead the all-time series, 52–32.
Historic rivals
The rivalry between the Steelers and Oakland Raiders was one of the most heated of the 1970s and early to mid-1980s. The Steelers' first playoff win was a 13–7 victory over the Raiders by way of Franco Harris 's Immaculate Reception on December 23, 1972. The wild card Pittsburgh football team was knocked out of the playoffs the following year by the Raiders in the 1973 AFC Divisional round 33–14, but fired back with two straight AFC Championships in 1974 24–13 and 1975 16–10 over Oakland. Oakland responded with a victory over Pittsburgh in the 1976 AFC Championship game 24–7 (the third consecutive AFC title game between the two teams), but not before Chuck Noll referred to Oakland's George Atkinson as part of the NFL's "criminal element" after his alleged cheap-shot on Lynn Swann during a regular-season matchup. Atkinson and the Raiders later filed a defamation of character lawsuit against Noll, but lost. Following the 1983 regular season, the Los Angeles Raiders defeated the Steelers 38–10 in the AFC Divisional round which turned out to be the last NFL game for Steeler NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw who did not play due to injury. While the rivalry has dissipated over the years (mostly due to Oakland's decline in recent seasons), the teams have had notable games against each other including an upset Steelers victory towards the end of the 2000 season to prevent the Raiders from obtaining homefield advantage in the playoffs, and an upset Raiders victory in week 8 of the 2006 NFL season (20–13), which helped cost the Steelers a playoff berth. The teams met at Pittsburgh in 2010 , where the Steelers blew out the Raiders 35–3, and ended their 3-game winning streak. The Raiders then hosted the Steelers in 2012 and erased a 31-21 gap to win 34-31. The Steelers trail the all-time series 14-12 (11-9 in regular season).
The Cowboys–Steelers rivalry started with the Cowboys' first game as a franchise in 1960 (against the Steelers) at the Cotton Bowl with the Steelers coming away with a 35–28 victory. These teams hold a record for the most times (three) that two teams have met in a Super Bowl . The first two times the favored Steelers and Cowboys met came with Pittsburgh victories in the Orange Bowl Super Bowl X 21–17 and Super Bowl XIII 35–31. The Cowboys never won a regular season game in the Orange Bowl and lost three Super Bowl games (once to the Baltimore Colts and twice to the Steelers). Between the Cowboys and Steelers, Super Bowl XIII had the greatest number of future Pro Football Hall of Fame players participating, which as of 2010 numbered 20 – 14 players and six coaches/front office, including Ernie Stautner , defensive coordinator for the Cowboys who was a HoF defensive tackle for the Steelers. The teams featured an all-star matchup at quarterback between the Steelers' Terry Bradshaw and the Cowboys' Roger Staubach , both of whom are in the Hall of Fame . In 1977 , Staubach and the Cowboys won Super Bowl XII , their second and last loss of their season being inflicted by Bradshaw and the Steelers, 28–13 at Three Rivers Stadium in November. In 1979 , Staubach's final season, the two defending conference champs met again at Three Rivers, the Steelers winning 14–3 en route to winning their fourth Super Bowl title . The Steelers won six of eight meetings during the 1970s and 80s, before the Cowboys won all four meetings during the 1990s, including the teams' record third Super Bowl meeting in 1996 , as this time the heavily-favored Cowboys beat the Steelers 27–17. Dallas cornerback Larry Brown intercepted Pittsburgh quarterback Neil O'Donnell twice and was named the game's MVP. The teams' first two meetings of the 21st century ( 2004 and 2008 ) were won by the Steelers, including a come from behind victory December 7, 2008 in Pittsburgh, when the Steelers drove the length of the field to tie the game 13–13, then cornerback Deshea Townsend returned an intercepted pass from Tony Romo for the game's final score, Steelers 20, Cowboys 13. The all-time series is tied, 15–15. The Pittsburgh/Dallas rivalry served as a backdrop to the 1977 film Black Sunday , parts of which were filmed during Super Bowl X.
The Denver Broncos are tied with the Oakland Raiders for the most playoff meetings versus the Steelers (six). The rivalry dates from 1970 , but the first notable contest came in 1973 , when Denver dealt Pittsburgh its first regular-season defeat at Three Rivers Stadium , 23–13. The following year, they met in the NFL's first regular-season overtime game, which ended in a 35–35 tie. Denver's first playoff game had them hosting the Steelers in the 1977 divisional round; the Broncos won 34–21. The following year, the Steelers hosted and defeated Denver 33–10 in the divisional round. Their next playoff matchup was the 1984 divisional round in Mile High Stadium ; the Steelers pulled the upset 24–17. They nearly pulled the upset again 5 years later in Denver, but the Broncos prevailed in the divisional playoff, 24–23. In 1997, they met in Pittsburgh for the AFC Championship Game , where Denver squeaked out at 24–21 win. Eight years later, the Steelers went to the Super Bowl by beating Denver 34–17 in Colorado, only to have their campaign to repeat as AFC Champions dashed in Denver after a stunning overtime upset by the Tim Tebow lead Broncos in January 2012. As of February 2012, Denver holds a 17–10–1 lead in the series, including 4–3 in the playoffs. Neither team has beaten the other more than three times in a row.
The rivalry between the Steelers and the New England Patriots emerged when the Patriots upset the Steelers in the 2001 AFC Championship game at Heinz Field. Pittsburgh did not exact revenge for the loss until ending the Patriots record-setting 21-game winning streak in week 6 of the 2004 NFL season . Later that season, the Steelers lost to the eventual champion Patriots in the AFC Championship game after a 15–1 season. The two also had a brief rivalry in the mid-1990s when the Steelers and Patriots split playoff meetings in 1996 and 1997, in which the Patriots had two young stars with Pittsburgh-area roots with Ty Law and Curtis Martin . Martin played his last game as a Patriot against the Steelers in the second playoff game before signing with the rival New York Jets during the offseason, where he became more well known. The Patriots won 6 of 7 meetings over a ten-year period ( 1998 – 2007 ) before the Steelers broke through with a 33–10 victory at Foxborough in 2008 , after Matt Cassel had turned the ball over five times. The Steelers lead the all-time regular season series, 13–8. In the postseason, the Patriots have outscored the Steelers 99 points to 58, with the Patriots maintaining a 3–1 record. The only other franchises with winning AFC playoff records against Steelers include the Miami Dolphins (2–1, both wins in the AFC Championship), the Kansas City Chiefs (1–0), San Diego Chargers (2–1, all games played in Pittsburgh), Jacksonville Jaguars (1–0, game at Heinz Field). The Steelers have an all-time record of 14–11 against the Patriots.
Culture
Mascot
Steely McBeam signing autographs for fans at Steelers training camp on August 2, 2007
Prior to the 2007 season, the Steelers introduced Steely McBeam as their official mascot. [ 28 ] As part of the 75th anniversary celebrations of the team, his name was selected from a pool of 70,000 suggestions submitted by fans of the team. [ 28 ] Diane Roles of Middlesex Township, Butler County , Pennsylvania submitted the winning name which was "meant to represent steel for Pittsburgh's industrial heritage, "Mc" for the Rooney family's Irish roots, and Beam for the steel beams produced in Pittsburgh, as well as for Jim Beam , her husband's favorite alcoholic beverage." [ 29 ] Steely McBeam is visible at all home games and participates in the team's charitable programs and other club-sponsored events. [ 28 ] Steely's autograph is known to be drawn with an oversized 'S' and the "L" is drawn to look like a beam of steel. [ 28 ]
Fanbase
Main article: Steeler Nation
The Steelers have a tradition of having a large fanbase, which has spread from Pittsburgh. In August 2008, ESPN.com ranked the Steelers' fans as the best in the NFL, citing their "unbelievable" sellout streak of 299 consecutive games. [ 4 ] [ 30 ] The team gained a large fan base nationally based on its success in the 1970s, but many consider the collapse of the city's steel industry at the end of the '70s dynasty into the 1980s (and the resulting diaspora ) to be a large catalyst for the size of the fan base in other cities. [ citation needed ] The Steelers have sold out every home game since the 1972 season. [ 31 ]
The Pittsburgh Steelers have numerous unofficial fan clubs in many cities throughout the country, that typically meet in bars or taverns on game days. This phenomenon is known to occur for other NFL teams as well, but "Steeler bars" are more visible than most, including representative establishments even in cities that field their own NFL teams.
Sailors and Marines aboard the USS Essex react as the Pittsburgh Steelers score against the Arizona Cardinals.
The Terrible Towel has been described by the Associated Press as "arguably the best-known fan symbol of any major pro sports team". [ 31 ] Conceived of by broadcaster Myron Cope in 1975 , [ 31 ] the towel's rights have since been given to the Allegheny Valley School in Coraopolis , Pennsylvania, which cares for over 900 people with mental retardation and physical disabilities , including Cope's autistic son. [ 32 ] Since 1996, proceeds from the Terrible Towel have helped raise more than $2.5 million for the school. [ 32 ]
Fight songs
The Steelers have no official fight song, but many fan versions of Here we go Steelers and the Steelers Polka (the latter a parody of Pennsylvania Polka ) by ethnic singer Jimmy Pol, both originating in the 1970s, have been recorded. Since 1994, the song Here We Go by local singer Roger Wood has been popular among fans. During Steelers games, Styx 's Renegade is often used to rally the crowd. Also, considered the fight song of the Pittsburgh Steelers is as of the 2010 NFL season is Black and Yellow by Wiz Khalifa .
Nicknames
The Steelers enjoy several endearing nicknames, most notably "The Black and Gold" and the Pittsburghese dialect "Stillers" or "Stihllers". The founder Art Rooney was almost always referred to by the nickname "The Chief" and Three Rivers Stadium as the "Blast Furnace" during the championship years of the 1970s. [ citation needed ]
Basketball
During the offseason, the Steelers have long participated in charity basketball games throughout Western Pennsylvania and neighboring areas. The games usually feature six active players as well as their player-coach playing against a group of local civic leaders. [ 33 ] The players, whose participants aren't announced until the day the game, sign free autographs for fans during halftime. [ 34 ]
Facilities
Stadiums
In 2001, the Steelers moved into Heinz Field . The franchise dating back to 1933 has had several homes. For thirty-one seasons, the Steelers shared Forbes Field with the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1933 to 1963. In 1958, though they started splitting their home games with the football only Pitt Stadium three blocks away at the University of Pittsburgh . From 1964 to 1969, the Steelers played exclusively at the on campus facility before moving with the Pirates to Three Rivers Stadium on the city's Northside . Three Rivers is remembered fondly by the Steeler Nation as where Chuck Noll and Dan Rooney turned the franchise into a powerhouse, winning four Super Bowls in just six seasons and making the playoffs 11 times in 13 seasons from 1972 to 1984, the AFC title game seven times. Since 2001 however a new generation of Steeler greats has made Heinz Field legendary with multiple AFC Championship Games being hosted and two Super Bowl championships.
Training camp
It has been suggested that some portions of this article be split into a new article titled Pittsburgh Steelers training camp . (January 2013)
Steelers at training camp in Latrobe
The Steelers hold training camp east of the city in the suburban Laurel Highlands at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania . The site is one of the most storied in the league with Peter King of SI.com describing it as: ". . . I love the place. It's the perfect training-camp setting, looking out over the rolling hills of the Laurel Highlands in west-central Pennsylvania , an hour east of Pittsburgh. On a misty or foggy morning, standing atop the hill at the college, you feel like you're in Scotland . Classic, wonderful slice of Americana . If you can visit one training camp, this is the one to see. [ 35 ]
The team has its headquarters and practice facilities at the state-of-the-art University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Sportsplex on Pittsburgh's Southside . Constructed in 2000 the facility combines the vast expertise of sports medical professionals and researchers as well as hosting the University of Pittsburgh Panthers football team.
Historical facilities
The Rooney family has long had a close relationship with Duquesne University in the city and from the teams founding in the 1930s to the late 1990s used Art Rooney Field and other facilities on campus as either its primary or secondary in-season training site as well as Greenlee Field during the 1930s. [ 36 ]
In the 1970s and 1980s, the team had season scrimmages at South Park in the suburban south hills of Pittsburgh. During various seasons including the strike season of 1987, the Steelers used Point Stadium in nearby Johnstown, Pennsylvania for game week practices. [ 37 ] During the 1950s St. Bonaventure University [ 38 ] and suburban Ligonier [ 39 ] also served as a pre-season training camp sites.
Statistics
Further information: Pittsburgh Steelers statistics
Players
Main article: List of Pittsburgh Steelers players
Current roster
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Quarterbacks
 5 Bruce Gradkowski
 3 Landry Jones
 7 Ben Roethlisberger
Running backs
26 Le'Veon Bell
27 Jonathan Dwyer
46 Will Johnson FB
23 Felix Jones
Wide receivers
84 Antonio Brown
89 Jerricho Cotchery
14 Derek Moye
88 Emmanuel Sanders
11 Markus Wheaton
Tight ends
44 Richard Gordon
83 Heath Miller
82 Michael Palmer
81 David Paulson
Offensive linemen
76 Mike Adams T
68 Kelvin Beachum C/G/T
66 David DeCastro G
73 Ramon Foster G
77 Marcus Gilbert T
61 Fernando Velasco C
72 Cody Wallace G
78 Guy Whimper T/G
Defensive linemen
92 Hebron Fangupo NT
97 Cameron Heyward DE
96 Ziggy Hood DE
99 Brett Keisel DE
90 Steve McLendon NT
65 Al Woods DE
Linebackers
54 Chris Carter OLB
57 Terence Garvin OLB
95 Jarvis Jones OLB
55 Stevenson Sylvester ILB
94 Lawrence Timmons ILB
98 Vince Williams ILB
48 Kion Wilson ILB
56 LaMarr Woodley OLB
93 Jason Worilds OLB
Defensive backs
28 Cortez Allen CB
20 Will Allen SS
41 Antwon Blake CB
31 Curtis Brown CB
25 Ryan Clark FS
22 William Gay CB
21 Robert Golden FS
39 Isaiah Green CB
43 Troy Polamalu SS
24 Ike Taylor CB
29 Shamarko Thomas SS
Special teams
 4 Zoltan Mesko P
 6 Shaun Suisham K
60 Greg Warren LS
Reserve lists
67 Levi Brown (offensive tackle) T (IR)
80 Plaxico Burress WR (IR)
67 Nik Embernate G (IR)
50 Larry Foote ILB (IR)
85 David Johnson (tight end) TE (IR)
53 Maurkice Pouncey C (IR)
87 Matt Spaeth TE (IR-DFR)
51 Sean Spence ILB (PUP)
34 LaRod Stephens-Howling RB (IR)
91 Nicholas Williams DE (IR)
Practice squad
30 Alvester Alexander RB
69 Brian Arnfelt DE
15 Justin Brown WR
74 Chris Hubbard G
79 Joe Long T
19 Kashif Moore WR
-- George Winn RB
18 Devon Wylie WR
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Retired uniform numbers
Pittsburgh Steelers retired numbers

Player
Position
Seasons
Ref.
70
Ernie Stautner
DT
1950-63
[ 40 ]
Although the Steelers have retired only one number to date (Stautner's #70), other numbers are no longer issued since the retirement of the players that wore them:
1 Gary Anderson
12 Terry Bradshaw
32 Franco Harris
36 Jerome Bettis
52 Mike Webster
58 Jack Lambert
59 Jack Ham
63 Dermontti Dawson
75 Joe Greene
86 Hines Ward
Pro Football Hall of Famers
The Steelers boast the third most "primary" inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame . They also can claim the most honorees of any franchise founded on or after 1933 and the only franchise with three members of ownership in the Hall.
Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Famers [ 41 ]
No.
Name
Year Inducted
Position(s)
Years w/ Steelers
Ref.
–
Bell, Bert Bert Bell
1963
Co-owner
Head coach
1941 – 1946
1941
[ 42 ]
47
Blount, Mel Mel Blount
1989
CB
1970 – 1983
[ 43 ]
12
Bradshaw, Terry Terry Bradshaw
1989
QB
1970 – 1983
[ 44 ]
80
Butler, Jack Jack Butler
2012
CB
1951 – 1959
[ 45 ]
63
Dawson, Dermontti Dermontti Dawson
2012
C
1988 – 2000
[ 46 ]
35
Dudley, Bill Bill Dudley
1966
RB , DB
1942 , 1945 – 1946
[ 47 ]
75
Greene, Joe "Mean" Joe Greene
1987
DT
1969 – 1981
[ 48 ]
59
Ham, Jack Jack Ham
1988
LB
1971 – 1982
[ 49 ]
32
Harris, Franco Franco Harris
1990
RB
1972 – 1983
[ 50 ]
35
Johnson, John Henry John Henry Johnson
1987
RB
1960 – 1965
[ 51 ]
35
Kiesling, Walt Walt Kiesling
1966
G
Head coach
1936 – 1938 (player);
1939 – 1944 , 1954 – 1956 (coach)
[ 52 ]
58
Lambert, Jack Jack Lambert
1990
LB
1974 – 1984
[ 53 ]
22
Layne, Bobby Bobby Layne
1967
QB
1958 – 1962
[ 54 ]
–
Noll, Chuck Chuck Noll
1993
Head coach
1969 – 1991
[ 55 ]
–
Rooney, Art Art Rooney
1964
Founder, Owner
1933 – 1988
[ 56 ]
–
Rooney, Dan Dan Rooney
2000
Executive, Owner
1975 – present
[ 57 ]
82
Stallworth, John John Stallworth
2002
WR
1974 – 1987
[ 58 ]
70
Stautner, Ernie Ernie Stautner
1969
DT
1950 – 1963
[ 59 ]
88
Swann, Lynn Lynn Swann
2001
WR
1974 – 1982
[ 60 ]
52
Webster, Mike Mike Webster
1997
C
1974 – 1988
[ 61 ]
26
Woodson, Rod Rod Woodson
2009
DB
1987 – 1996
[ 62 ]
Award recipients
Rocky Blier , former Steeler Running Back received both the Purple Heart , and the Bronze Star while serving in the Army in Vietnam.
Pat Livingston, Steelers beat writer for the Pittsburgh Press , awarded the 1979 Dick McCann Memorial Award
Vito Stellino, Steelers beat writer in the 1970s for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette , awarded the 1989 Dick McCann Memorial Award [ 63 ]
Myron Cope , Announcer (1970–2005), awarded the 2005 Pro Football Hall of Fame's Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award
John Clayton , Steelers beat writer for the Pittsburgh Press (1976–1986), awarded the 2007 Dick McCann Memorial Award [ 63 ]
Steelers in the Hall for contributions elsewhere
Steelers in the Hall for contributions elsewhere [ 41 ]
No.
Name
Year Inducted
Steeler Position(s)
Years w/ Steelers
Impact Team(s)
Impact Position(s)
Ref.
?
Cal Hubbard
1963
Offensive Tackle
1936
Green Bay Packers
Offensive Tackle
[ 64 ]
?
John "Blood" McNally
1963
Fullback
1934
1937 – 1938
Green Bay Packers
Fullback
[ 65 ]
36
Motley, Marion Marion Motley
1968
Fullback
1955
Cleveland Browns
Fullback
[ 66 ]
16
Dawson, Len Len Dawson
1987
Quarterback
1957 – 1959
Kansas City Chiefs
Quarterback
[ 67 ]
7
Jim Finks
1995
Quarterback
1949 – 1955
Vikings , Bears , Saints
Team Administrator
[ 68 ]
—
Dick LeBeau
2010
defensive coordinator
1992 - 1996
2004 –present
Lions
Cornerback
[ 69 ]
Dick LeBeau is the current defensive coordinator (and coordinator for Super Bowls XXX , XL , XLIII , and XLV ).
? Player numbers prior to 1950 are not in Pro Football Reference.com data listings.
Pro Bowl players
The following Steelers players have been named to the Pro Bowl :
QB Ben Roethlisberger (2), Kordell Stewart , Neil O'Donnell , Terry Bradshaw (3), Bobby Layne (2), Earl Morrall , Jim Finks
FB Earnest Jackson , Franco Harris (9), John Henry Johnson (3), Fran Rogel , Dick Riffle , John Karcis , Stu Smith
HB Willie Parker (2), Jerome Bettis (4), Barry Foster (2), Dick Hoak , Clendon Thomas , Tom Tracy (2), Ray Mathews (2), Johnny Lattner , Lynn Chandnois (2), Joe Geri (2), Bill Dudley , Merl Condit , Whizzer White
LT Marvel Smith , Charlie Bradshaw (2), Joe Coomer
LG Alan Faneca (7), Duval Love , Mike Sandusky , Byron Gentry (2)
C Maurkice Pouncey (3), Jeff Hartings (2), Dermontti Dawson (7), Mike Webster (9), Buzz Nutter , Bill Walsh (2), Chuck Cherundolo (2), Mike Basrak
RG Carlton Haselrig , Bruce Van Dyke , John Nisby (2), Milt Simington
RT Tunch Ilkin (2), Larry Brown , Frank Varrichione (4), George Hughes (2), John Woudenberg
TE Heath Miller (2), Eric Green (2), Preston Carpenter , Jack McClairen , Elbie Nickel (3)
WR Mike Wallace , Hines Ward (4), Yancey Thigpen (2), Louis Lipps (2), John Stallworth (4), Lynn Swann (3), Ron Shanklin , Roy Jefferson (2), Gary Ballman (2), Buddy Dial (2), Jimmy Orr
DE Brett Keisel , Aaron Smith , L.C. Greenwood (6), Dwight White (2), Ben McGee (2), Lou Michaels (2), Bill McPeak (3)
DT Casey Hampton (5), Joel Steed , Joe Greene (10), Joe Krupa , Gene Lipscomb , Ernie Stautner (9)
LB James Harrison (5), LaMarr Woodley , James Farrior (2), Joey Porter (3), Jason Gildon (3), Kendrell Bell , Levon Kirkland (2), Chad Brown , Kevin Greene (2), Greg Lloyd (5), David Little , Mike Merriweather (3), Robin Cole , Jack Lambert (9), Jack Ham (8), Andy Russell (7), Myron Pottios (3), John Reger (3), Dale Dodrill (4), Marv Matuszak , Jerry Shipkey (3)
CB Rod Woodson (6), Mel Blount (5), J.T. Thomas , Marv Woodson , Brady Keys , Dean Derby , Jack Butler (4), Art Jones
SS Troy Polamalu (7), Carnell Lake (4), Donnie Shell (5), Mike Wagner (2)
FS Ryan Clark , Glen Edwards (2)
K Gary Anderson (3), Roy Gerela (2), Mike Clark
P Bobby Walden
KR/PR Antonio Brown , Rod Woodson , Glen Edwards
League MVPs
Steelers players who have been named the league MVP :
Bill Dudley – awarded the Joe F. Carr Trophy in 1946 [ 70 ]
Terry Bradshaw – named the AP MVP in 1978 [ 71 ]
Defensive Player of the Year Awards winners
Steelers players who have been named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year :
Joe Greene (1972 & 1974)
Mel Blount (1975)
Jack Lambert (1976)
Rod Woodson (1993)
James Harrison (2008)
Troy Polamalu (2010)
Rookie of the Year Award winners
Offensive Rookie of the Year
Steelers players who have been named the Offensive Rookie of the Year :
Franco Harris (1972)
Louis Lipps (1984)
Ben Roethlisberger (2004)
Defensive Rookie of the Year
Steelers players who have been named the Defensive Rookie of the Year :
Joe Greene (1969)
Jack Lambert (1974)
Kendrell Bell (2001)
Super Bowl MVPs
The following Steelers players have been named Super Bowl MVP :
Super Bowl IX – Franco Harris
Super Bowl X – Lynn Swann
Super Bowl XIII – Terry Bradshaw
Super Bowl XIV – Terry Bradshaw
Super Bowl XL – Hines Ward
Super Bowl XLIII – Santonio Holmes
All-time team
In 2007 , in celebration of the franchise's 75th season, the team announced an updated All-Time team of the 33 best players who have ever played for the Steelers. [ 72 ] This team supplanted the previous All-Time team of 24 players named as part of the 50th anniversary commemoration in 1982 . [ 73 ]
A "Legends team" consisting of the club's best pre-1970's players was released concurrently with the latest All-Time team. [ 74 ]
Further information: Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Team
Dapper Dan Sportsman of the Year
The regional Dapper Dan Charities has since 1939 named the "Sportsman of the Year" in the Pittsburgh region. 18 Steelers have won the award in 22 events:
1941 Aldo Donelli
1942 Bill Dudley
1946 Bill Dudley
1950 Joe Geri
1952 Red Dawson
1955 John Michelosen
1962 Lou Michaels
1962 John Michelosen
1968 Dick Hoak
1972 Chuck Noll
1974 Joe Greene
1975 Terry Bradshaw
1977 Franco Harris
1984 John Stallworth
1985 Louis Lipps
1992 Bill Cowher
1994 Bill Cowher
1997 Jerome Bettis
2001 Kordell Stewart
2005 Jerome Bettis
2004 Ben Roethlisberger
2008 Mike Tomlin
Coaches
Main article: List of Pittsburgh Steelers head coaches
The Steelers have had sixteen coaches through their history. Their first coach was Forrest Douds , who coached them to a 3–6–2 record in 1933 . Chuck Noll had the longest term as head coach with the Steelers; he is one of only four coaches to coach a single NFL team for 23 years. [ 1 ] Hired prior to the 2007 season , the Steelers current coach is Mike Tomlin . [ 75 ]
Current staff
Pittsburgh Steelers staff
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Front Office
Chairman – Dan Rooney
President – Art Rooney II
Vice President – Art Rooney, Jr.
General Manager – Kevin Colbert
Director of Football and Business Administration – Omar Khan
Player Personnel Coordinator – Dan Rooney, Jr.
College Scouting Coordinator – Ron Hughes
Pro Personnel Coordinator – Brandon Hunt
Head Coaches
Head Coach – Mike Tomlin
Offensive Coaches
Offensive Coordinator – Todd Haley
Quarterbacks – Randy Fichtner
Running Backs – Kirby Wilson
Wide Receivers – Richard Mann
Tight Ends – James Daniel
Offensive Line – Jack Bicknell, Jr.
Offensive Assistant – Shaun Sarrett
 
Defensive Coaches
Defensive Coordinator – Dick LeBeau
Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line – John Mitchell
Linebackers – Keith Butler
Defensive Backs – Carnell Lake
Defensive Assistant – Jerry Olsavsky
Special Teams Coaches
Special Teams Coordinator – Danny Smith
Strength and Conditioning
Strength and Conditioning – Garrett Giemont
Conditioning Assistant – Marcel Pastoor

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Map of radio affiliates.
Further information: Pittsburgh Steelers Radio Network
As of 2006, the Steelers' flagship radio stations were WDVE 102.5 FM and WBGG 970 AM. Both stations are owned by Clear Channel Communications . Games are also available on 51 radio stations in Pennsylvania , Western Maryland , Ohio , and Northern West Virginia . [ 76 ] The announcers are Bill Hillgrove and Tunch Ilkin . Craig Wolfley is the sideline reporter. Myron Cope , the longtime color analyst and inventor of the " Terrible Towel ", retired after the 2004 season , and died in 2008.
Pre-season games not shown on one of the national broadcasters are seen on CBS O&O KDKA-TV , channel 2; sister CW O&O WPCW , channel 19; and Root Sports Pittsburgh . KDKA-TV's Bob Pompeani and former Steelers lineman Edmund Nelson do the announcing for the pre-season games, as well as the two hosting the pre-game program Steelers Kickoff during the regular season prior to the national airing of The NFL Today . The two also host the Steelers Postgame Extra following the game on days when CBS does not have that week's NFL doubleheader. Coach Mike Tomlin's weekly press conference is shown live on Root Sports Pittsburgh.
National NFL Network broadcasts are shown locally on KDKA-TV or sister station WPCW (which shows KDKA-TV's normal CBS programming when KDKA shows the game, during which normal CW programming is pre-empted), while national ESPN broadcasts are shown locally on WTAE-TV , channel 4. (WTAE-TV is owned by the Hearst Corporation , which owns a 20% stake in ESPN.) By virtue of being members of the AFC, most of the Steelers' games air on CBS except for home games against NFC opponents, which air locally on WPGH-TV , which is a Fox affiliate.
The team announced a one-year agreement with Mexico City radio station XHM-FM to bring Steelers games in Spanish on the radio in Mexico . The Steelers are only the third NFL team with a Spanish radio affiliate in Mexico. [ 77 ]
Figures with broadcasting resumés
Main article: List of Pittsburgh Steelers figures in broadcasting
The Steelers franchise has a rich history of producing well-known sportscasters over the years. The most famous of these is probably Myron Cope , who served as a Steelers radio color commentator for 35 seasons ( 1970 – 2004 ).
Several former Steelers players have gone on to careers in media after completing their playing careers.
Newspaper
The Steelers Digest is the only official newspaper for the Pittsburgh Steelers. It has been published for 22 years and is currently published by Dolphin/Curtis Publishing in Miami, FL, which also handles several other publications. The newspaper is very widely acknowledged by Steelers fans. Issues are mailed out to paying subscribers weekly through the season after every regular season game and continues through playoffs as long as the Steelers do. After a Super Bowl victory, a bonus issue is published, which is followed by a draft preview, draft recap, and training camp edition every other month, then leading into the pre-season. There are typically 24 issues of the paper within a publishing year. The newspaper is listed on the official Steelers.com page.
Usage in popular culture
The Steelers success over several decades has permeated film and literature. The Steelers are portrayed in the following big-budget Hollywood films:
The January 11, 1975 episode of the Mary Tyler Moore Show used the team's first Super Bowl as the plot device. [ 78 ]
Black Sunday in 1977
Heaven Can Wait in 1978
Smokey and the Bandit II in 1980
Fighting Back in 1980
Hey Kid, Catch! in 1980
...All the Marbles in 1981
Evening Shade (TV Series) 1990–1994
The Waterboy cameo by Bill Cowher in 1998
The Longest Yard in 2005
The Chief a theater production.
Black and Yellow in 2010.
The Dark Knight Rises in 2012 features several Steelers players as the fictional Gotham Rogues, which was filmed in Heinz Field
Mad Men's April 14, 2013 episode has Don Draper , Pete Campbell and Roger Sterling meeting with two HJ Heinz executives while letting one know that not only would the ad firm had treated him to tickets to the Steelers' November 19, 1967 game at the Giants but would have worked it so that the Steelers would have won (they lost 20-28).
See also
Pittsburgh portal
Active NFL playoff appearance streaks
References
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Jump up ^ ESPN.com (2007-06-08). "ESPN.com - The Best: Owner" . Sports.espn.go.com . Retrieved 2012-09-03 .  
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^ Jump up to: a b Mosley, Matt (August 29, 2008). "NFL's best fans? We gotta hand it to Steelers (barely)" . ESPN . Retrieved August 30, 2008 .  
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Jump up ^ Sherrington, Kevin (February 1, 2011). "Dallas meeting in '66 saved Steelers from stinking" . Dallas Morning News . Retrieved February 6, 2011 .  
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Pittsburgh Steelers
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Established 1933 ; 80 years ago  ( 1933 )
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AFC Central ( 1970 – 2001 )
AFC North ( 2002 –present)
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Personnel
Owner(s)
The Rooney Family
Chairman
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President
Art Rooney II
General manager
Kevin Colbert
Head coach
Mike Tomlin
Team history
Pittsburgh Pirates ( 1933 – 1939 )
Pittsburgh Steelers ( 1940 – 1942 )
Phil -Pitt " Steagles " ( 1943 )
Card-Pitt ( 1944 )
Pittsburgh Steelers (1945–present)
Championships
League championships (6)
Super Bowl Championships (6)
1974 ( IX ), 1975 ( X ), 1978 ( XIII ), 1979 ( XIV ), 2005 ( XL ), 2008 ( XLIII )
Conference championships (8)
AFC: 1974 , 1975 , 1978 , 1979 , 1995 , 2005 , 2008 , 2010
Division championships (20)
AFC Central: 1972 , 1974 , 1975 , 1976 , 1977 , 1978 , 1979 , 1983 , 1984 , 1992 , 1994 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 2001
AFC North: 2002 , 2004 , 2007 , 2008 , 2010
Playoff appearances (27)
1947 , 1972 , 1973 , 1974 , 1975 , 1976 , 1977 , 1978 , 1979 , 1982 , 1983 , 1984 , 1989 , 1992 , 1993 , 1994 , 1995 , 1996 , 1997 , 2001 , 2002 , 2004 , 2005 , 2007 , 2008 , 2010 , 2011
Home fields
Forbes Field ( 1933 – 1963 )
Shibe Park ( 1943 )
Comiskey Park ( 1944 )
Pitt Stadium ( 1958 – 1969 )
Three Rivers Stadium ( 1970 – 2000 )
Heinz Field ( 2001 –present)
Team owner(s)
The Rooney family ( 1933 –present)
Team president(s)
Art Rooney ( 1933 – 1975 )
Dan Rooney ( 1975 – 2002 )
Art Rooney II ( 2002 –present)
nike outlet shoes The Pittsburgh Steelers are a professional football team based in Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania. The team currently belongs to the North Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). Founded in 1933 , the Steelers are the oldest franchise in the AFC. Pittsburgh has won more Super Bowl titles (six), won more AFC Championship Games (eight) and played in (fifteen) and hosted more (eleven) conference championship games than any other AFC or NFC team. The Steelers share the record for most Super Bowl appearances with the Dallas Cowboys (eight). The Steelers won their most recent championship, Super Bowl XLIII , on February 1, 2009.
nike shoes wholesale The Steelers were founded as the Pittsburgh Pirates on July 8, 1933, by Art Rooney , taking its original name from the baseball team of the same name , as was common practice for NFL teams at the time. [ 1 ] The ownership of the Steelers has remained within the Rooney family since its founding. [ 2 ] The current owner is Art's son, Dan Rooney , who has given much control of the franchise to his son Art Rooney II . Long one of the NFL's flagship teams, [ 3 ] the Steelers enjoy a large, widespread fanbase nicknamed Steeler Nation . [ 4 ] The Steelers currently play their home games at Heinz Field on Pittsburgh's North Side in the North Shore neighborhood, which also hosts the University of Pittsburgh Panthers . Built in 2001, the stadium replaced Three Rivers Stadium which hosted the Steelers for 31 seasons. Prior to Three Rivers, the Steelers had played their games in Pitt Stadium and Forbes Field .
Contents
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1 Franchise history
1.1 The Chuck Noll era
1.2 The Bill Cowher era
1.3 The Mike Tomlin era
1.4 Ownership
1.5 Season-by-season records
1.6 Civil Rights Advocacy
2 Logo and uniforms
3 Rivals
3.1 Divisional rivals
3.2 Historic rivals
4 Culture
4.1 Mascot
4.2 Fanbase
4.3 Fight songs
4.4 Nicknames
4.5 Basketball
5 Facilities
5.1 Stadiums
5.2 Training camp
5.3 Historical facilities
6 Statistics
7 Players
7.1 Current roster
7.2 Retired uniform numbers
7.3 Pro Football Hall of Famers
7.3.1 Award recipients
7.3.2 Steelers in the Hall for contributions elsewhere
7.4 Pro Bowl players
7.5 League MVPs
7.6 Defensive Player of the Year Awards winners
7.7 Rookie of the Year Award winners
7.7.1 Offensive Rookie of the Year
7.7.2 Defensive Rookie of the Year
7.8 Super Bowl MVPs
7.9 All-time team
7.10 Dapper Dan Sportsman of the Year
8 Coaches
8.1 Current staff
9 Media
9.1 Figures with broadcasting resumés
9.2 Newspaper
9.3 Usage in popular culture
10 See also
11 References
12 External links
Franchise history
For more details on this topic, see History of the Pittsburgh Steelers .
See also: American football in Western Pennsylvania
nike shoes for kids The Pittsburgh Steelers of the NFL first took to the field as the Pittsburgh Pirates on September 20, 1933, losing 23–2 to the New York Giants . [ 5 ] Through the 1930s, the Pirates never finished higher than second place in their division, or with a record better than .500 ( 1936 ). [ 6 ] Pittsburgh did make history in 1938 by signing Byron White , a future Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court , to what was at the time the biggest contract in NFL history, [ 7 ] but he played only one year with the Pirates before signing with the Detroit Lions . [ 8 ] Prior to the 1940 season, the Pirates renamed themselves the Steelers.
nike shoes for men During World War II, the Steelers experienced player shortages. They twice merged with other NFL franchises to field a team. During the 1943 season , they merged with the Philadelphia Eagles forming the "Phil-Pitt Eagles" and were known as the " Steagles ". This team went 5–4–1. In 1944 , they merged with the Chicago Cardinals and were known as Card-Pitt (or, mockingly, as the "Carpets"). [ 7 ] This team finished 0–10, marking the only winless team in franchise history. [ 9 ]
The Steelers made the playoffs for the first time in 1947 , tying for first place in the division at 8–4 with the Philadelphia Eagles . This forced a tie-breaking playoff game at Forbes Field , which the Steelers lost 21–0. [ 10 ] That would be Pittsburgh's only playoff game for the next 25 years; they did qualify for a " Playoff Bowl " in 1962 as the second-best team in their conference, but this was not considered an official playoff. [ 11 ]
In 1970 , the year they moved into Three Rivers Stadium and the year of the AFL-NFL merger , the Pittsburgh Steelers were one of three old-guard NFL teams to switch to the newly formed American Football Conference (the others being the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Colts ), in order to equalize the number of teams in the two conferences of the newly merged league. The Steelers also received a $3 million ($18 million today) relocation fee, which was a windfall for them; for years they rarely had enough to build a true contending team. [ 12 ]
The Chuck Noll era
For more details on this topic, see Chuck Noll .
The Steelers' history of bad luck changed with the hiring of coach Chuck Noll for the 1969 season . Noll's most remarkable talent was in his draft selections, taking Hall of Famers "Mean" Joe Greene in 1969 , Terry Bradshaw and Mel Blount in 1970 , Jack Ham in 1971 , Franco Harris in 1972 , [ 13 ] and finally, in 1974, pulling off the incredible feat of selecting four Hall of Famers in one draft year, Lynn Swann , Jack Lambert , John Stallworth , and Mike Webster . [ 14 ] The Pittsburgh Steelers' 1974 draft was their best ever, and no other team has ever drafted four future Hall of Famers in one year, and only very few (including the 1970 Steelers) have drafted two or more in one year.
The players drafted in the early '70s formed the base of an NFL dynasty, making the playoffs in eight seasons and becoming the only team in NFL history to win four Super Bowls in six years, as well as the first to win more than two. They also enjoyed a regular season streak of 49 consecutive wins ( 1971 – 1979 ) against teams that would finish with a losing record that year.
The Steelers suffered a rash of injuries in the 1980 season and missed the playoffs with a 9–7 record. The 1981 season was no better, with an 8–8 showing. The team was then hit with the retirements of all their key players from the Super Bowl years. "Mean" Joe Greene retired after the 1981 season , Lynn Swann and Jack Ham after 1982 's playoff berth, Terry Bradshaw and Mel Blount after 1983 's divisional championship, and Jack Lambert after 1984 's AFC Championship Game appearance.
After those retirements, the franchise skidded to its first losing seasons since 1971. Though still competitive, the Steelers would not finish above .500 in 1985 , 1986 , and 1988 . In 1987 , the year of the players' strike , the Steelers finished with a record of 8–7, but missed the playoffs. In 1989 , they would reach the second round of the playoffs on the strength of Merrill Hoge and Rod Woodson before narrowly missing the playoffs in each of the next two seasons.
The Bill Cowher era
For more details on this topic, see Bill Cowher .
In 1992, Chuck Noll retired and was succeeded by Kansas City Chiefs defensive coordinator Bill Cowher , a native of the Pittsburgh suburb of Crafton .
Steelers' five Super Bowl rings before 2009
Cowher led the Steelers to the playoffs in each of his first six seasons, a feat that had been accomplished only by legendary coach Paul Brown of the Cleveland Browns . In those first six seasons Cowher coached them as deep as the AFC Championship Game three times and following the 1995 season an appearance in Super Bowl XXX on the strength of the "Blitzburgh" defense. However, the Steelers lost to the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX, two weeks after a thrilling AFC Championship victory over the Indianapolis Colts . Cowher produced the franchise's record-tying fifth Super Bowl win in Super Bowl XL over the National Football Conference champion Seattle Seahawks ten years later. With that victory, the Steelers became the third team to win five Super Bowls, and the first sixth-seeded playoff team to reach and win the Super Bowl since the NFL expanded to a 12-team post-season tournament in 1990. He coached through the 2006 season which ended with a 8–8 record, just short of the playoffs. Overall Cowher's teams reached the playoffs 10 of 15 seasons with six AFC Championship Games, two Super Bowl berths and a championship.
The Mike Tomlin era
For more details on this topic, see Mike Tomlin .
Roethlisberger in a Steelers' throwback jersey during 500th franchise win
On January 7, 2007, Cowher resigned from coaching the Steelers, citing a need to spend more time with his family. He did not use the term "retire," leaving open a possible return to the NFL as coach of another team. A three-man committee consisting of Art Rooney II, Dan Rooney, and Kevin Colbert was set up to conduct interviews for the head coaching vacancy. [ 15 ] The candidates interviewed included: offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt , offensive line coach Russ Grimm , former offensive coordinator Chan Gailey , Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator Mike Tomlin , and Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Ron Rivera . On January 22, 2007, Mike Tomlin was announced as Cowher's successor as head coach. Tomlin is the first African-American to be named head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers in its 75-year history. Tomlin became the third consecutive Steelers Head Coach to go to the Super Bowl, equaling the Dallas Cowboys (Tom Landry, Jimmy Johnson and Barry Switzer) in this achievement. He was named the Motorola 2008 Coach of the Year. On February 1, 2009, Tomlin led the Steelers to their second Super Bowl of this decade, and went on to win 27–23 against the Arizona Cardinals . At age 36, he was the youngest head coach to ever win the Super Bowl, and he is only the second African-American coach to ever win the Super Bowl ( Tony Dungy was the first). The 2010 season made Tomlin the only coach to reach the Super Bowl twice before the age of 40. Tomlin led the team to his second Super Bowl ( Super Bowl XLV ) on Feb. 6, 2011. However, the Steelers were defeated in their eighth Super Bowl appearance by the Green Bay Packers by the score of 31–25. The Steelers recorded their 400th victory in 2012 after defeating the Washington Redskins . [ 16 ]
Since the NFL merger in 1970, the Pittsburgh Steelers have compiled a regular season record of 363–235–2 (.607) and an overall record of 394–253–2 (.609) including the playoffs, reached the playoffs 25 times, won their division 20 times, played in 15 AFC championship games, and won six of eight Super Bowls. They are also the only NFL team not to have a season with twelve or more losses since the league expanded to a 16-game schedule in 1978. [ 17 ]
Ownership
Heinz Field, current home of the Pittsburgh Steelers
Since 2008, the Rooney family has brought in several investors for the team while retaining control of the team itself. This came about so that the team could comply with NFL ownership regulations. [ 18 ] Current Steelers Chairman, Dan Rooney , and his son, Art Rooney II , president of the franchise, wanted to stay involved with the franchise, while two of the brothers – Timothy and Patrick – wanted to further pursue racetracks that they own in Florida and New York. [ 19 ] Since 2006, many of the racetracks have added video slot machines , causing them to violate "NFL policy that prohibits involvement with racetrack and gambling interests". [ 20 ]
While Dan Rooney and Art Rooney II retain control of the team with the league-minimum 30%, the following make up the other investors:
Several other members of the Rooney family, including Art Rooney Jr., John Rooney, and the McGinley family, who are cousins to the Rooneys.
Pilot Corporation and Pilot Flying J president Jimmy Haslam , son of founder Jim Haslam Jr. and brother of Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam . [ 21 ] Haslam would later sell his shares in the Steelers back to the Rooney family in order to become majority owner of the Cleveland Browns . [ 22 ]
Legendary Pictures president and CEO Thomas Tull. [ 21 ]
The Paul family of Pittsburgh and Los Angeles, who are primarily involved with Pittsburgh-based Ampco Pittsburgh Corporation as well as Morton's Restaurant Group, Urban Active Fitness, Meyer Products and Harley Marine Services. Additionally, family members serve on numerous boards , including Cornell University, UPMC , University of Pittsburgh , the American Red Cross , Harvard Medical School and the Loomis Chaffee School . [ 21 ]
Former Steelers wide receiver John Stallworth , a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame . [ 23 ]
GTCR chairman Bruce V. Rauner . [ 23 ]
President Obama poses with the Steelers in 2009. Left to right: Ben Roethlisberger , Hines Ward , Obama, and Dan Rooney .
The Varischetti family of Brockway, Pennsylvania , which owns several nursing homes and a commercial real estate business. [ 23 ]
Paul Evanson, chairman, president, and CEO of Allegheny Energy . [ 24 ]
Russ and Scott Swank of Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania . [ 22 ]
Season-by-season records
For more details on this topic, see List of Pittsburgh Steelers seasons .
Through the end of the 2009 season, the Steelers have an all-time record of 565–529–21, including playoffs. In recent seasons the Steelers have generally performed well, qualifying for the playoffs six times in the past ten seasons and winning the Super Bowl twice since 2005 . [ 25 ]
In the NFL's "modern era" (since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970) the Steelers have posted the best record in the league. The franchise has won the most regular season games, the most playoff games (33 playoff wins; the Dallas Cowboys are second with 32), won the most divisional titles (20), has played in the most conference championship games (15), hosted the most conference championship games (11), and is tied with the Dallas Cowboys for the most Super Bowl appearances(8). The Steelers have the best winning percentage (including every expansion team), earned the most All-Pro nominations, and have accumulated the most Super Bowl wins (6) since the modern game started in 1970. Since the merger, the team's playoff record is 33–19 (.635), which is second best in terms of playoff winning percentage behind the Green Bay Packers ' playoff record of 28–16 (.636), through January 23, 2011. [ citation needed ]
Civil Rights Advocacy
The franchise, along with the Rooney family have for generations been strong advocates for equality of opportunity for both minorities and women. Among these achievements of the Steelers was the first to hire an African-American Assistant Coach (September 29, 1957 with Lowell Perry ), the first to start an African-American quarterback (December 3, 1973 with Joe Gilliam ), the first team to boast of an African-American Super Bowl MVP (January 12, 1975 with Franco Harris ), the first to hire an African-American Coordinator (September 2, 1984 with Tony Dungy ), the first owner to push for passage of an "equal opportunity" mandating that at least one minority candidate is given an interview in all head coach hiring decisions throughout the league (the Rooney Rule in the early 2000s), and the first to hire a female as full-time athletic trainer ( Ariko Iso on July 24, 2002).
Note: Although Marlin Briscoe is sometimes erroneously cited as the first African-American starting quarterback in 1968, this was not for an NFL team and not in an NFL game, additionally the vast majority of Briscoe's career was not as quarterback.
Logo and uniforms
For more details on this topic, see Logos and uniforms of the Pittsburgh Steelers .
US Airways logo jet featuring the colors of the Pittsburgh Steelers
The script logo.
The Steelers have used black and gold as their colors since the club's inception, the lone exception being the 1943 season when they merged with the Philadelphia Eagles and formed the " Steagles "; the team's colors at that time were green and white as a result of wearing Eagles uniforms. Originally, the team wore solid gold-colored helmets and black jerseys. Unique to Pittsburgh [ citation needed ] , the Steelers' black and gold colors are now shared by all major professional teams in the city, including the Pittsburgh Pirates in baseball and the Pittsburgh Penguins in ice hockey, and also the Pittsburgh Power of the reformed Arena Football League , and the Pittsburgh Passion of the Independent Women's Football League . However, the Penguins currently use "Vegas Gold", a color similar to metallic gold, and the Pirates' gold is a darker mustard yellow-gold, while the Steelers "gold" is more of a bright canary yellow. Black and gold are also the colors of the city's official flag .
Steelers logo, 1963–present
The Steelers logo was introduced in 1962 and is based on the " Steelmark ", originally designed by Pittsburgh's U.S. Steel and now owned by the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). In fact, it was Cleveland -based Republic Steel that suggested the Steelers adopt the industry logo. It consists of the word "Steelers" surrounded by three astroids ( hypocycloids of four cusps ). The original meanings behind the astroids were, "Steel lightens your work, brightens your leisure, and widens your world." Later, the colors came to represent the ingredients used in the steel-making process: yellow for coal, red for iron ore, and blue for scrap steel. [ 26 ] While the formal Steelmark logo contains only the word "Steel," the team was given permission to add "ers" in 1963 after a petition to AISI.
The Steelers are the only NFL team that puts its logo on only one side of the helmet (the right side). Longtime field and equipment manager Jack Hart was instructed to do this by Art Rooney as a test to see how the logo appeared on the gold helmets; however, its popularity led the team to leave it that way permanently. [ 27 ] A year after introducing the logo, they switched to black helmets to make it stand out more.
The Steelers, along with the New York Giants , are one of only two teams in the National Football League to have the players' uniform numbers on the front and back of the helmets.
The current uniform designs were introduced in 1968 . The design consists of gold pants and either black jerseys or white jerseys, except for the 1970 and 1971 seasons when the Steelers wore white pants with their white jerseys. In 1997 , the team switched to rounded numbers on the jersey to match the number font ( Futura Condensed ) on the helmets, and a Steelers logo was added to the left side of the jersey.
The current third uniform, consisting of a black jersey with gold lettering, white pants with black and gold stripes, and a gold helmet were first used during the Steelers' 75th anniversary season in 2007 . They were meant to evoke the memory of the 1963 – 1964 era uniforms. The uniforms were so popular among fans that the Steeler organization decided to keep them and use them as a third option during home games only.
In 2008 –2009, the Steelers became the first team in NFL history to defeat an opponent three times in a single season using three different uniforms. [ citation needed ] They defeated the Baltimore Ravens in Pittsburgh in Week 4 in their third jerseys, again Week 15 in Baltimore in their road whites, and a final time in the AFC Championship in Pittsburgh in their home black jerseys.
In 1978, the team owners were approached by then- Iowa Hawkeyes Head Coach Hayden Fry about designing his fading college team's uniforms in the image of the Steelers. Three days later, the owners sent Fry home, and away reproduction jerseys of then quarterback Terry Bradshaw . Today, the Hawkeyes still retain the 1978 Steelers uniforms as their home, and away colors.
Rivals
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The Pittsburgh Steelers have three primary rivals, all within their division: ( Cleveland Browns , Baltimore Ravens , and Cincinnati Bengals ). They also have rivalries with other teams that arose from post-season battles in the past, most notably the New England Patriots , Oakland Raiders , Tennessee Titans and Dallas Cowboys . They also have an intrastate rivalry with the Philadelphia Eagles , but under the current scheduling the teams play each other only once every four years.
Divisional rivals
The Cleveland Browns and the Steelers have been divisional rivals since the two cities' teams began playing against each other in 1950. After posting a 9–31 record in the first 40 games of the series between the two cities, the Steelers recently took over the all-time series lead for the first time ever (64–56); partly due to their dominance over the post-1999 Cleveland Browns franchise and won twelve straight before the Browns snapped their losing skid against them by beating them 13–6 on December 10, 2009. Additionally, the Browns lost 16 straight years in Pittsburgh from 1970 – 1985 and posted an abysmal 5–24 record at Three Rivers Stadium overall. Former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher coached the Browns special teams and secondary before following Marty Schottenheimer for a brief tenure as Kansas City Defensive Coordinator, and then hired by Pittsburgh. This has only intensified the rivalry.
The Baltimore Ravens and the Steelers have had several memorable match-ups and have a bitter divisional rivalry. Both teams handed the other their first losses at their current home fields. The Steelers won the inaugural game played at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium in 1998 , 20–13, and three years later the Ravens handed the Steelers their first-ever loss at Heinz Field , 13–10. Later that season ( 2001 ) Pittsburgh won a divisional playoff game 27–10 against Baltimore, who was the defending Super Bowl champion . During their NFL championship season in 2000 , the Ravens defeated the Steelers in Pittsburgh , 16–0, in the season opener with the Steelers later exacting revenge, 9–6, in Baltimore (the Ravens' final loss of the season). During the Steelers 2008 Championship run, they beat the Ravens three times, including a win in the AFC Championship game. The Steelers lead the series (begun in 1996 ), 16–10. The two teams complement each other by consistently fielding strong defenses in their division.
The Bengals–Steelers rivalry dates from the 1970 season, when the AFL-NFL merger was completed. In 1976 , the Steelers kept their playoff hopes alive (they later won the division) with a late-season 7–3 win in snowy Cincinnati. One of the most memorable games was the 2005 AFC Wildcard playoff game , in which the Steelers, en route to a Super Bowl title , won a 31–17 come-from-behind victory after Bengals QB Carson Palmer was forced to leave the game with a knee injury. The injury happened when nose tackle Kimo von Oelhoffen contacted Palmer's knee during a passing play. The Bengals players called this a dirty play; the NFL ruled that it was accidental and did not fine von Oelhoffen for the hit. This incident has led to an intensifying of the rivalry since this game. The Bengals beat the Steelers in week 13 of the 2005 season 38–31, and wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh used a Terrible Towel to polish his cleats while walking up the tunnel after the game, fueling the rivalry. The Steelers and Bengals finished 2005 and 2006 with identical records (11–5 and 8–8 respectively), splitting both regular-season series, the Bengals winning the tiebreaker both years due to having a superior division record. The Steelers also are responsible for ending the Bengals' season in Cincinnati two years in a row, eliminating them from the playoffs in 2005 and taking them out of contention in 2006 . The Steelers lead the all-time series, 52–32.
Historic rivals
The rivalry between the Steelers and Oakland Raiders was one of the most heated of the 1970s and early to mid-1980s. The Steelers' first playoff win was a 13–7 victory over the Raiders by way of Franco Harris 's Immaculate Reception on December 23, 1972. The wild card Pittsburgh football team was knocked out of the playoffs the following year by the Raiders in the 1973 AFC Divisional round 33–14, but fired back with two straight AFC Championships in 1974 24–13 and 1975 16–10 over Oakland. Oakland responded with a victory over Pittsburgh in the 1976 AFC Championship game 24–7 (the third consecutive AFC title game between the two teams), but not before Chuck Noll referred to Oakland's George Atkinson as part of the NFL's "criminal element" after his alleged cheap-shot on Lynn Swann during a regular-season matchup. Atkinson and the Raiders later filed a defamation of character lawsuit against Noll, but lost. Following the 1983 regular season, the Los Angeles Raiders defeated the Steelers 38–10 in the AFC Divisional round which turned out to be the last NFL game for Steeler NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw who did not play due to injury. While the rivalry has dissipated over the years (mostly due to Oakland's decline in recent seasons), the teams have had notable games against each other including an upset Steelers victory towards the end of the 2000 season to prevent the Raiders from obtaining homefield advantage in the playoffs, and an upset Raiders victory in week 8 of the 2006 NFL season (20–13), which helped cost the Steelers a playoff berth. The teams met at Pittsburgh in 2010 , where the Steelers blew out the Raiders 35–3, and ended their 3-game winning streak. The Raiders then hosted the Steelers in 2012 and erased a 31-21 gap to win 34-31. The Steelers trail the all-time series 14-12 (11-9 in regular season).
The Cowboys–Steelers rivalry started with the Cowboys' first game as a franchise in 1960 (against the Steelers) at the Cotton Bowl with the Steelers coming away with a 35–28 victory. These teams hold a record for the most times (three) that two teams have met in a Super Bowl . The first two times the favored Steelers and Cowboys met came with Pittsburgh victories in the Orange Bowl Super Bowl X 21–17 and Super Bowl XIII 35–31. The Cowboys never won a regular season game in the Orange Bowl and lost three Super Bowl games (once to the Baltimore Colts and twice to the Steelers). Between the Cowboys and Steelers, Super Bowl XIII had the greatest number of future Pro Football Hall of Fame players participating, which as of 2010 numbered 20 – 14 players and six coaches/front office, including Ernie Stautner , defensive coordinator for the Cowboys who was a HoF defensive tackle for the Steelers. The teams featured an all-star matchup at quarterback between the Steelers' Terry Bradshaw and the Cowboys' Roger Staubach , both of whom are in the Hall of Fame . In 1977 , Staubach and the Cowboys won Super Bowl XII , their second and last loss of their season being inflicted by Bradshaw and the Steelers, 28–13 at Three Rivers Stadium in November. In 1979 , Staubach's final season, the two defending conference champs met again at Three Rivers, the Steelers winning 14–3 en route to winning their fourth Super Bowl title . The Steelers won six of eight meetings during the 1970s and 80s, before the Cowboys won all four meetings during the 1990s, including the teams' record third Super Bowl meeting in 1996 , as this time the heavily-favored Cowboys beat the Steelers 27–17. Dallas cornerback Larry Brown intercepted Pittsburgh quarterback Neil O'Donnell twice and was named the game's MVP. The teams' first two meetings of the 21st century ( 2004 and 2008 ) were won by the Steelers, including a come from behind victory December 7, 2008 in Pittsburgh, when the Steelers drove the length of the field to tie the game 13–13, then cornerback Deshea Townsend returned an intercepted pass from Tony Romo for the game's final score, Steelers 20, Cowboys 13. The all-time series is tied, 15–15. The Pittsburgh/Dallas rivalry served as a backdrop to the 1977 film Black Sunday , parts of which were filmed during Super Bowl X.
The Denver Broncos are tied with the Oakland Raiders for the most playoff meetings versus the Steelers (six). The rivalry dates from 1970 , but the first notable contest came in 1973 , when Denver dealt Pittsburgh its first regular-season defeat at Three Rivers Stadium , 23–13. The following year, they met in the NFL's first regular-season overtime game, which ended in a 35–35 tie. Denver's first playoff game had them hosting the Steelers in the 1977 divisional round; the Broncos won 34–21. The following year, the Steelers hosted and defeated Denver 33–10 in the divisional round. Their next playoff matchup was the 1984 divisional round in Mile High Stadium ; the Steelers pulled the upset 24–17. They nearly pulled the upset again 5 years later in Denver, but the Broncos prevailed in the divisional playoff, 24–23. In 1997, they met in Pittsburgh for the AFC Championship Game , where Denver squeaked out at 24–21 win. Eight years later, the Steelers went to the Super Bowl by beating Denver 34–17 in Colorado, only to have their campaign to repeat as AFC Champions dashed in Denver after a stunning overtime upset by the Tim Tebow lead Broncos in January 2012. As of February 2012, Denver holds a 17–10–1 lead in the series, including 4–3 in the playoffs. Neither team has beaten the other more than three times in a row.
The rivalry between the Steelers and the New England Patriots emerged when the Patriots upset the Steelers in the 2001 AFC Championship game at Heinz Field. Pittsburgh did not exact revenge for the loss until ending the Patriots record-setting 21-game winning streak in week 6 of the 2004 NFL season . Later that season, the Steelers lost to the eventual champion Patriots in the AFC Championship game after a 15–1 season. The two also had a brief rivalry in the mid-1990s when the Steelers and Patriots split playoff meetings in 1996 and 1997, in which the Patriots had two young stars with Pittsburgh-area roots with Ty Law and Curtis Martin . Martin played his last game as a Patriot against the Steelers in the second playoff game before signing with the rival New York Jets during the offseason, where he became more well known. The Patriots won 6 of 7 meetings over a ten-year period ( 1998 – 2007 ) before the Steelers broke through with a 33–10 victory at Foxborough in 2008 , after Matt Cassel had turned the ball over five times. The Steelers lead the all-time regular season series, 13–8. In the postseason, the Patriots have outscored the Steelers 99 points to 58, with the Patriots maintaining a 3–1 record. The only other franchises with winning AFC playoff records against Steelers include the Miami Dolphins (2–1, both wins in the AFC Championship), the Kansas City Chiefs (1–0), San Diego Chargers (2–1, all games played in Pittsburgh), Jacksonville Jaguars (1–0, game at Heinz Field). The Steelers have an all-time record of 14–11 against the Patriots.
Culture
Mascot
Steely McBeam signing autographs for fans at Steelers training camp on August 2, 2007
Prior to the 2007 season, the Steelers introduced Steely McBeam as their official mascot. [ 28 ] As part of the 75th anniversary celebrations of the team, his name was selected from a pool of 70,000 suggestions submitted by fans of the team. [ 28 ] Diane Roles of Middlesex Township, Butler County , Pennsylvania submitted the winning name which was "meant to represent steel for Pittsburgh's industrial heritage, "Mc" for the Rooney family's Irish roots, and Beam for the steel beams produced in Pittsburgh, as well as for Jim Beam , her husband's favorite alcoholic beverage." [ 29 ] Steely McBeam is visible at all home games and participates in the team's charitable programs and other club-sponsored events. [ 28 ] Steely's autograph is known to be drawn with an oversized 'S' and the "L" is drawn to look like a beam of steel. [ 28 ]
Fanbase
Main article: Steeler Nation
The Steelers have a tradition of having a large fanbase, which has spread from Pittsburgh. In August 2008, ESPN.com ranked the Steelers' fans as the best in the NFL, citing their "unbelievable" sellout streak of 299 consecutive games. [ 4 ] [ 30 ] The team gained a large fan base nationally based on its success in the 1970s, but many consider the collapse of the city's steel industry at the end of the '70s dynasty into the 1980s (and the resulting diaspora ) to be a large catalyst for the size of the fan base in other cities. [ citation needed ] The Steelers have sold out every home game since the 1972 season. [ 31 ]
The Pittsburgh Steelers have numerous unofficial fan clubs in many cities throughout the country, that typically meet in bars or taverns on game days. This phenomenon is known to occur for other NFL teams as well, but "Steeler bars" are more visible than most, including representative establishments even in cities that field their own NFL teams.
Sailors and Marines aboard the USS Essex react as the Pittsburgh Steelers score against the Arizona Cardinals.
The Terrible Towel has been described by the Associated Press as "arguably the best-known fan symbol of any major pro sports team". [ 31 ] Conceived of by broadcaster Myron Cope in 1975 , [ 31 ] the towel's rights have since been given to the Allegheny Valley School in Coraopolis , Pennsylvania, which cares for over 900 people with mental retardation and physical disabilities , including Cope's autistic son. [ 32 ] Since 1996, proceeds from the Terrible Towel have helped raise more than $2.5 million for the school. [ 32 ]
Fight songs
The Steelers have no official fight song, but many fan versions of Here we go Steelers and the Steelers Polka (the latter a parody of Pennsylvania Polka ) by ethnic singer Jimmy Pol, both originating in the 1970s, have been recorded. Since 1994, the song Here We Go by local singer Roger Wood has been popular among fans. During Steelers games, Styx 's Renegade is often used to rally the crowd. Also, considered the fight song of the Pittsburgh Steelers is as of the 2010 NFL season is Black and Yellow by Wiz Khalifa .
Nicknames
The Steelers enjoy several endearing nicknames, most notably "The Black and Gold" and the Pittsburghese dialect "Stillers" or "Stihllers". The founder Art Rooney was almost always referred to by the nickname "The Chief" and Three Rivers Stadium as the "Blast Furnace" during the championship years of the 1970s. [ citation needed ]
Basketball
During the offseason, the Steelers have long participated in charity basketball games throughout Western Pennsylvania and neighboring areas. The games usually feature six active players as well as their player-coach playing against a group of local civic leaders. [ 33 ] The players, whose participants aren't announced until the day the game, sign free autographs for fans during halftime. [ 34 ]
Facilities
Stadiums
In 2001, the Steelers moved into Heinz Field . The franchise dating back to 1933 has had several homes. For thirty-one seasons, the Steelers shared Forbes Field with the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1933 to 1963. In 1958, though they started splitting their home games with the football only Pitt Stadium three blocks away at the University of Pittsburgh . From 1964 to 1969, the Steelers played exclusively at the on campus facility before moving with the Pirates to Three Rivers Stadium on the city's Northside . Three Rivers is remembered fondly by the Steeler Nation as where Chuck Noll and Dan Rooney turned the franchise into a powerhouse, winning four Super Bowls in just six seasons and making the playoffs 11 times in 13 seasons from 1972 to 1984, the AFC title game seven times. Since 2001 however a new generation of Steeler greats has made Heinz Field legendary with multiple AFC Championship Games being hosted and two Super Bowl championships.
Training camp
It has been suggested that some portions of this article be split into a new article titled Pittsburgh Steelers training camp . (January 2013)
Steelers at training camp in Latrobe
The Steelers hold training camp east of the city in the suburban Laurel Highlands at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania . The site is one of the most storied in the league with Peter King of SI.com describing it as: ". . . I love the place. It's the perfect training-camp setting, looking out over the rolling hills of the Laurel Highlands in west-central Pennsylvania , an hour east of Pittsburgh. On a misty or foggy morning, standing atop the hill at the college, you feel like you're in Scotland . Classic, wonderful slice of Americana . If you can visit one training camp, this is the one to see. [ 35 ]
The team has its headquarters and practice facilities at the state-of-the-art University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Sportsplex on Pittsburgh's Southside . Constructed in 2000 the facility combines the vast expertise of sports medical professionals and researchers as well as hosting the University of Pittsburgh Panthers football team.
Historical facilities
The Rooney family has long had a close relationship with Duquesne University in the city and from the teams founding in the 1930s to the late 1990s used Art Rooney Field and other facilities on campus as either its primary or secondary in-season training site as well as Greenlee Field during the 1930s. [ 36 ]
In the 1970s and 1980s, the team had season scrimmages at South Park in the suburban south hills of Pittsburgh. During various seasons including the strike season of 1987, the Steelers used Point Stadium in nearby Johnstown, Pennsylvania for game week practices. [ 37 ] During the 1950s St. Bonaventure University [ 38 ] and suburban Ligonier [ 39 ] also served as a pre-season training camp sites.
Statistics
Further information: Pittsburgh Steelers statistics
Players
Main article: List of Pittsburgh Steelers players
Current roster
Pittsburgh Steelers roster
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Quarterbacks
 5 Bruce Gradkowski
 3 Landry Jones
 7 Ben Roethlisberger
Running backs
26 Le'Veon Bell
27 Jonathan Dwyer
46 Will Johnson FB
23 Felix Jones
Wide receivers
84 Antonio Brown
89 Jerricho Cotchery
14 Derek Moye
88 Emmanuel Sanders
11 Markus Wheaton
Tight ends
44 Richard Gordon
83 Heath Miller
82 Michael Palmer
81 David Paulson
Offensive linemen
76 Mike Adams T
68 Kelvin Beachum C/G/T
66 David DeCastro G
73 Ramon Foster G
77 Marcus Gilbert T
61 Fernando Velasco C
72 Cody Wallace G
78 Guy Whimper T/G
Defensive linemen
92 Hebron Fangupo NT
97 Cameron Heyward DE
96 Ziggy Hood DE
99 Brett Keisel DE
90 Steve McLendon NT
65 Al Woods DE
Linebackers
54 Chris Carter OLB
57 Terence Garvin OLB
95 Jarvis Jones OLB
55 Stevenson Sylvester ILB
94 Lawrence Timmons ILB
98 Vince Williams ILB
48 Kion Wilson ILB
56 LaMarr Woodley OLB
93 Jason Worilds OLB
Defensive backs
28 Cortez Allen CB
20 Will Allen SS
41 Antwon Blake CB
31 Curtis Brown CB
25 Ryan Clark FS
22 William Gay CB
21 Robert Golden FS
39 Isaiah Green CB
43 Troy Polamalu SS
24 Ike Taylor CB
29 Shamarko Thomas SS
Special teams
 4 Zoltan Mesko P
 6 Shaun Suisham K
60 Greg Warren LS
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67 Levi Brown (offensive tackle) T (IR)
80 Plaxico Burress WR (IR)
67 Nik Embernate G (IR)
50 Larry Foote ILB (IR)
85 David Johnson (tight end) TE (IR)
53 Maurkice Pouncey C (IR)
87 Matt Spaeth TE (IR-DFR)
51 Sean Spence ILB (PUP)
34 LaRod Stephens-Howling RB (IR)
91 Nicholas Williams DE (IR)
Practice squad
30 Alvester Alexander RB
69 Brian Arnfelt DE
15 Justin Brown WR
74 Chris Hubbard G
79 Joe Long T
19 Kashif Moore WR
-- George Winn RB
18 Devon Wylie WR
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Retired uniform numbers
Pittsburgh Steelers retired numbers

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Although the Steelers have retired only one number to date (Stautner's #70), other numbers are no longer issued since the retirement of the players that wore them:
1 Gary Anderson
12 Terry Bradshaw
32 Franco Harris
36 Jerome Bettis
52 Mike Webster
58 Jack Lambert
59 Jack Ham
63 Dermontti Dawson
75 Joe Greene
86 Hines Ward
Pro Football Hall of Famers
The Steelers boast the third most "primary" inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame . They also can claim the most honorees of any franchise founded on or after 1933 and the only franchise with three members of ownership in the Hall.
Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Famers [ 41 ]
No.
Name
Year Inducted
Position(s)
Years w/ Steelers
Ref.
–
Bell, Bert Bert Bell
1963
Co-owner
Head coach
1941 – 1946
1941
[ 42 ]
47
Blount, Mel Mel Blount
1989
CB
1970 – 1983
[ 43 ]
12
Bradshaw, Terry Terry Bradshaw
1989
QB
1970 – 1983
[ 44 ]
80
Butler, Jack Jack Butler
2012
CB
1951 – 1959
[ 45 ]
63
Dawson, Dermontti Dermontti Dawson
2012
C
1988 – 2000
[ 46 ]
35
Dudley, Bill Bill Dudley
1966
RB , DB
1942 , 1945 – 1946
[ 47 ]
75
Greene, Joe "Mean" Joe Greene
1987
DT
1969 – 1981
[ 48 ]
59
Ham, Jack Jack Ham
1988
LB
1971 – 1982
[ 49 ]
32
Harris, Franco Franco Harris
1990
RB
1972 – 1983
[ 50 ]
35
Johnson, John Henry John Henry Johnson
1987
RB
1960 – 1965
[ 51 ]
35
Kiesling, Walt Walt Kiesling
1966
G
Head coach
1936 – 1938 (player);
1939 – 1944 , 1954 – 1956 (coach)
[ 52 ]
58
Lambert, Jack Jack Lambert
1990
LB
1974 – 1984
[ 53 ]
22
Layne, Bobby Bobby Layne
1967
QB
1958 – 1962
[ 54 ]
–
Noll, Chuck Chuck Noll
1993
Head coach
1969 – 1991
[ 55 ]
–
Rooney, Art Art Rooney
1964
Founder, Owner
1933 – 1988
[ 56 ]
–
Rooney, Dan Dan Rooney
2000
Executive, Owner
1975 – present
[ 57 ]
82
Stallworth, John John Stallworth
2002
WR
1974 – 1987
[ 58 ]
70
Stautner, Ernie Ernie Stautner
1969
DT
1950 – 1963
[ 59 ]
88
Swann, Lynn Lynn Swann
2001
WR
1974 – 1982
[ 60 ]
52
Webster, Mike Mike Webster
1997
C
1974 – 1988
[ 61 ]
26
Woodson, Rod Rod Woodson
2009
DB
1987 – 1996
[ 62 ]
Award recipients
Rocky Blier , former Steeler Running Back received both the Purple Heart , and the Bronze Star while serving in the Army in Vietnam.
Pat Livingston, Steelers beat writer for the Pittsburgh Press , awarded the 1979 Dick McCann Memorial Award
Vito Stellino, Steelers beat writer in the 1970s for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette , awarded the 1989 Dick McCann Memorial Award [ 63 ]
Myron Cope , Announcer (1970–2005), awarded the 2005 Pro Football Hall of Fame's Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award
John Clayton , Steelers beat writer for the Pittsburgh Press (1976–1986), awarded the 2007 Dick McCann Memorial Award [ 63 ]
Steelers in the Hall for contributions elsewhere
Steelers in the Hall for contributions elsewhere [ 41 ]
No.
Name
Year Inducted
Steeler Position(s)
Years w/ Steelers
Impact Team(s)
Impact Position(s)
Ref.
?
Cal Hubbard
1963
Offensive Tackle
1936
Green Bay Packers
Offensive Tackle
[ 64 ]
?
John "Blood" McNally
1963
Fullback
1934
1937 – 1938
Green Bay Packers
Fullback
[ 65 ]
36
Motley, Marion Marion Motley
1968
Fullback
1955
Cleveland Browns
Fullback
[ 66 ]
16
Dawson, Len Len Dawson
1987
Quarterback
1957 – 1959
Kansas City Chiefs
Quarterback
[ 67 ]
7
Jim Finks
1995
Quarterback
1949 – 1955
Vikings , Bears , Saints
Team Administrator
[ 68 ]
—
Dick LeBeau
2010
defensive coordinator
1992 - 1996
2004 –present
Lions
Cornerback
[ 69 ]
Dick LeBeau is the current defensive coordinator (and coordinator for Super Bowls XXX , XL , XLIII , and XLV ).
? Player numbers prior to 1950 are not in Pro Football Reference.com data listings.
Pro Bowl players
The following Steelers players have been named to the Pro Bowl :
QB Ben Roethlisberger (2), Kordell Stewart , Neil O'Donnell , Terry Bradshaw (3), Bobby Layne (2), Earl Morrall , Jim Finks
FB Earnest Jackson , Franco Harris (9), John Henry Johnson (3), Fran Rogel , Dick Riffle , John Karcis , Stu Smith
HB Willie Parker (2), Jerome Bettis (4), Barry Foster (2), Dick Hoak , Clendon Thomas , Tom Tracy (2), Ray Mathews (2), Johnny Lattner , Lynn Chandnois (2), Joe Geri (2), Bill Dudley , Merl Condit , Whizzer White
LT Marvel Smith , Charlie Bradshaw (2), Joe Coomer
LG Alan Faneca (7), Duval Love , Mike Sandusky , Byron Gentry (2)
C Maurkice Pouncey (3), Jeff Hartings (2), Dermontti Dawson (7), Mike Webster (9), Buzz Nutter , Bill Walsh (2), Chuck Cherundolo (2), Mike Basrak
RG Carlton Haselrig , Bruce Van Dyke , John Nisby (2), Milt Simington
RT Tunch Ilkin (2), Larry Brown , Frank Varrichione (4), George Hughes (2), John Woudenberg
TE Heath Miller (2), Eric Green (2), Preston Carpenter , Jack McClairen , Elbie Nickel (3)
WR Mike Wallace , Hines Ward (4), Yancey Thigpen (2), Louis Lipps (2), John Stallworth (4), Lynn Swann (3), Ron Shanklin , Roy Jefferson (2), Gary Ballman (2), Buddy Dial (2), Jimmy Orr
DE Brett Keisel , Aaron Smith , L.C. Greenwood (6), Dwight White (2), Ben McGee (2), Lou Michaels (2), Bill McPeak (3)
DT Casey Hampton (5), Joel Steed , Joe Greene (10), Joe Krupa , Gene Lipscomb , Ernie Stautner (9)
LB James Harrison (5), LaMarr Woodley , James Farrior (2), Joey Porter (3), Jason Gildon (3), Kendrell Bell , Levon Kirkland (2), Chad Brown , Kevin Greene (2), Greg Lloyd (5), David Little , Mike Merriweather (3), Robin Cole , Jack Lambert (9), Jack Ham (8), Andy Russell (7), Myron Pottios (3), John Reger (3), Dale Dodrill (4), Marv Matuszak , Jerry Shipkey (3)
CB Rod Woodson (6), Mel Blount (5), J.T. Thomas , Marv Woodson , Brady Keys , Dean Derby , Jack Butler (4), Art Jones
SS Troy Polamalu (7), Carnell Lake (4), Donnie Shell (5), Mike Wagner (2)
FS Ryan Clark , Glen Edwards (2)
K Gary Anderson (3), Roy Gerela (2), Mike Clark
P Bobby Walden
KR/PR Antonio Brown , Rod Woodson , Glen Edwards
League MVPs
Steelers players who have been named the league MVP :
Bill Dudley – awarded the Joe F. Carr Trophy in 1946 [ 70 ]
Terry Bradshaw – named the AP MVP in 1978 [ 71 ]
Defensive Player of the Year Awards winners
Steelers players who have been named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year :
Joe Greene (1972 & 1974)
Mel Blount (1975)
Jack Lambert (1976)
Rod Woodson (1993)
James Harrison (2008)
Troy Polamalu (2010)
Rookie of the Year Award winners
Offensive Rookie of the Year
Steelers players who have been named the Offensive Rookie of the Year :
Franco Harris (1972)
Louis Lipps (1984)
Ben Roethlisberger (2004)
Defensive Rookie of the Year
Steelers players who have been named the Defensive Rookie of the Year :
Joe Greene (1969)
Jack Lambert (1974)
Kendrell Bell (2001)
Super Bowl MVPs
The following Steelers players have been named Super Bowl MVP :
Super Bowl IX – Franco Harris
Super Bowl X – Lynn Swann
Super Bowl XIII – Terry Bradshaw
Super Bowl XIV – Terry Bradshaw
Super Bowl XL – Hines Ward
Super Bowl XLIII – Santonio Holmes
All-time team
In 2007 , in celebration of the franchise's 75th season, the team announced an updated All-Time team of the 33 best players who have ever played for the Steelers. [ 72 ] This team supplanted the previous All-Time team of 24 players named as part of the 50th anniversary commemoration in 1982 . [ 73 ]
A "Legends team" consisting of the club's best pre-1970's players was released concurrently with the latest All-Time team. [ 74 ]
Further information: Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Team
Dapper Dan Sportsman of the Year
The regional Dapper Dan Charities has since 1939 named the "Sportsman of the Year" in the Pittsburgh region. 18 Steelers have won the award in 22 events:
1941 Aldo Donelli
1942 Bill Dudley
1946 Bill Dudley
1950 Joe Geri
1952 Red Dawson
1955 John Michelosen
1962 Lou Michaels
1962 John Michelosen
1968 Dick Hoak
1972 Chuck Noll
1974 Joe Greene
1975 Terry Bradshaw
1977 Franco Harris
1984 John Stallworth
1985 Louis Lipps
1992 Bill Cowher
1994 Bill Cowher
1997 Jerome Bettis
2001 Kordell Stewart
2005 Jerome Bettis
2004 Ben Roethlisberger
2008 Mike Tomlin
Coaches
Main article: List of Pittsburgh Steelers head coaches
The Steelers have had sixteen coaches through their history. Their first coach was Forrest Douds , who coached them to a 3–6–2 record in 1933 . Chuck Noll had the longest term as head coach with the Steelers; he is one of only four coaches to coach a single NFL team for 23 years. [ 1 ] Hired prior to the 2007 season , the Steelers current coach is Mike Tomlin . [ 75 ]
Current staff
Pittsburgh Steelers staff
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e
Front Office
Chairman – Dan Rooney
President – Art Rooney II
Vice President – Art Rooney, Jr.
General Manager – Kevin Colbert
Director of Football and Business Administration – Omar Khan
Player Personnel Coordinator – Dan Rooney, Jr.
College Scouting Coordinator – Ron Hughes
Pro Personnel Coordinator – Brandon Hunt
Head Coaches
Head Coach – Mike Tomlin
Offensive Coaches
Offensive Coordinator – Todd Haley
Quarterbacks – Randy Fichtner
Running Backs – Kirby Wilson
Wide Receivers – Richard Mann
Tight Ends – James Daniel
Offensive Line – Jack Bicknell, Jr.
Offensive Assistant – Shaun Sarrett
 
Defensive Coaches
Defensive Coordinator – Dick LeBeau
Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line – John Mitchell
Linebackers – Keith Butler
Defensive Backs – Carnell Lake
Defensive Assistant – Jerry Olsavsky
Special Teams Coaches
Special Teams Coordinator – Danny Smith
Strength and Conditioning
Strength and Conditioning – Garrett Giemont
Conditioning Assistant – Marcel Pastoor

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Map of radio affiliates.
Further information: Pittsburgh Steelers Radio Network
As of 2006, the Steelers' flagship radio stations were WDVE 102.5 FM and WBGG 970 AM. Both stations are owned by Clear Channel Communications . Games are also available on 51 radio stations in Pennsylvania , Western Maryland , Ohio , and Northern West Virginia . [ 76 ] The announcers are Bill Hillgrove and Tunch Ilkin . Craig Wolfley is the sideline reporter. Myron Cope , the longtime color analyst and inventor of the " Terrible Towel ", retired after the 2004 season , and died in 2008.
Pre-season games not shown on one of the national broadcasters are seen on CBS O&O KDKA-TV , channel 2; sister CW O&O WPCW , channel 19; and Root Sports Pittsburgh . KDKA-TV's Bob Pompeani and former Steelers lineman Edmund Nelson do the announcing for the pre-season games, as well as the two hosting the pre-game program Steelers Kickoff during the regular season prior to the national airing of The NFL Today . The two also host the Steelers Postgame Extra following the game on days when CBS does not have that week's NFL doubleheader. Coach Mike Tomlin's weekly press conference is shown live on Root Sports Pittsburgh.
National NFL Network broadcasts are shown locally on KDKA-TV or sister station WPCW (which shows KDKA-TV's normal CBS programming when KDKA shows the game, during which normal CW programming is pre-empted), while national ESPN broadcasts are shown locally on WTAE-TV , channel 4. (WTAE-TV is owned by the Hearst Corporation , which owns a 20% stake in ESPN.) By virtue of being members of the AFC, most of the Steelers' games air on CBS except for home games against NFC opponents, which air locally on WPGH-TV , which is a Fox affiliate.
The team announced a one-year agreement with Mexico City radio station XHM-FM to bring Steelers games in Spanish on the radio in Mexico . The Steelers are only the third NFL team with a Spanish radio affiliate in Mexico. [ 77 ]
Figures with broadcasting resumés
Main article: List of Pittsburgh Steelers figures in broadcasting
The Steelers franchise has a rich history of producing well-known sportscasters over the years. The most famous of these is probably Myron Cope , who served as a Steelers radio color commentator for 35 seasons ( 1970 – 2004 ).
Several former Steelers players have gone on to careers in media after completing their playing careers.
Newspaper
The Steelers Digest is the only official newspaper for the Pittsburgh Steelers. It has been published for 22 years and is currently published by Dolphin/Curtis Publishing in Miami, FL, which also handles several other publications. The newspaper is very widely acknowledged by Steelers fans. Issues are mailed out to paying subscribers weekly through the season after every regular season game and continues through playoffs as long as the Steelers do. After a Super Bowl victory, a bonus issue is published, which is followed by a draft preview, draft recap, and training camp edition every other month, then leading into the pre-season. There are typically 24 issues of the paper within a publishing year. The newspaper is listed on the official Steelers.com page.
Usage in popular culture
The Steelers success over several decades has permeated film and literature. The Steelers are portrayed in the following big-budget Hollywood films:
The January 11, 1975 episode of the Mary Tyler Moore Show used the team's first Super Bowl as the plot device. [ 78 ]
Black Sunday in 1977
Heaven Can Wait in 1978
Smokey and the Bandit II in 1980
Fighting Back in 1980
Hey Kid, Catch! in 1980
...All the Marbles in 1981
Evening Shade (TV Series) 1990–1994
The Waterboy cameo by Bill Cowher in 1998
The Longest Yard in 2005
The Chief a theater production.
Black and Yellow in 2010.
The Dark Knight Rises in 2012 features several Steelers players as the fictional Gotham Rogues, which was filmed in Heinz Field
Mad Men's April 14, 2013 episode has Don Draper , Pete Campbell and Roger Sterling meeting with two HJ Heinz executives while letting one know that not only would the ad firm had treated him to tickets to the Steelers' November 19, 1967 game at the Giants but would have worked it so that the Steelers would have won (they lost 20-28).
See also
Pittsburgh portal
Active NFL playoff appearance streaks
References
^ Jump up to: a b "Steelers history" . PittsburghSteelers.com . Retrieved May 6, 2008 .  
Jump up ^ ESPN.com (2007-06-08). "ESPN.com - The Best: Owner" . Sports.espn.go.com . Retrieved 2012-09-03 .  
Jump up ^ What happened to the flagship 49ers?
^ Jump up to: a b Mosley, Matt (August 29, 2008). "NFL's best fans? We gotta hand it to Steelers (barely)" . ESPN . Retrieved August 30, 2008 .  
Jump up ^ Team – Pro Football Hall of Fame
Jump up ^ PDF File: NFL Past Standings
^ Jump up to: a b Official site of the Pittsburgh Steelers – Team History
Jump up ^ :The U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals:
Jump up ^ World War II Steagles to be honored at tonight's game – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Jump up ^ Pittsburgh Steelers Team Encyclopedia – Pro-Football-Reference.com
Jump up ^ The Playoff Bowl (Bert Bell Benefit Bowl)
Jump up ^ Sherrington, Kevin (February 1, 2011). "Dallas meeting in '66 saved Steelers from stinking" . Dallas Morning News . Retrieved February 6, 2011 .  
Jump up ^ Pittsburgh Steelers Draft History, Stats and more on databaseFootball.com
Jump up ^ History: 1974 Draft – Pro Football Hall of Fame
Jump up ^ Official site of the Pittsburgh Steelers – Article
Jump up ^ "Steelers' 400th Win In The NFL Comes Against The Redskins" . CBS Local. 2012-10-29 . Retrieved 2012-10-29 .  
Jump up ^ "San Diego Chargers vs. Denver Broncos - Recap - January 02, 2011 - ESPN" . Scores.espn.go.com. 2011-01-02 . Retrieved 2012-09-03 .  
Jump up ^ "Steelers Ownership Transition" . PittsburghSteelers.com. July 7, 2008 . Retrieved July 13, 2008 .  
Jump up ^ "Rooneys look to restructure Steelers ownership" . Pittsburgh Post-Gazette . July 7, 2008 .

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