Reporting Jory Rand
LONDON (KDKA) — Day two in London began as any other Saturday would begin for the Steelers with a walk through, and then it was on to meet the fans on more time before the game is played.
One by one, the Steelers took to the stage in front of tens of thousands of fans that had closed the lanes of Regent Street from Oxford Circus to Piccadilly Circus.
“This is amazing,” said Ryan Clark. “This is something you might need two weeks to really take in with all these people out to shut down one of the busiest streets in London.”
Ben Roethlisberger played to the crowd.
“We have the best fans in the whole entire world,” the Steelers quarterback said.
Troy Polamalu waved to the crowd.
And Antonio Brown was put on the spot to show off his touchdown dance.
Brown is hoping to use that touchdown dance Sunday at Wembley Stadium. He’s coming off a career game, but of course, it was another loss for the Steelers.
They’re still looking for win number one, and they’re hoping it comes in England.