Steelers’ Colon Talks Football, Charity

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – Steelers tackle Wille Colon stops by The Fan Morning Show to talk about the current state of the Steelers as well as his charity involvement.

Colon, in his fifth year out of Hofstra, will miss a second consecutive season due to injury. The Steelers placed their starting right tackle on the injured reserve list hours after the 28-year-old lineman underwent surgery to repair a torn right triceps sustained in a season-opening loss to Baltimore.

This is the second straight year Colon’s season has been cut remarkably short. He missed all of last year after rupturing his Achilles tendon in mini-camp, but the team was so confident he would bounce back it signed him to a five-year, $29 million contract in July.


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  1. Good Days from Chronic Disease Fund says:

    Great to see Wille contributing to charity. Our organization, Good Days from Chronic Disease Fund, is dedicated to helping chronic disease sufferers with their medical care. Please help these sufferers too, and support our organization!

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