PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Steelers safety Ryan Clark won’t play in the team’s prime-time regular season opener against the host Denver Broncos Sunday, but on Tuesday he celebrated the creation of a non-profit organization centering on the sickle cell condition that will keep him out of Week 1.
President Barack Obama arrived in Colorado where he’ll meet with families of the victims from Friday’s movie theater mass shooting. Sunday service at Aurora’s Colorado Community Church was solely dedicated to the shooting massacre that has shaken the nation.
There are new details emerging in the movie theater mass shooting in Colorado. Authorities are making progress in their investigation into the shooting that left at least 12 people dead.
Pittsburgh is getting more national attention – this time from Forbes.com. The city has been included as one of Forbes’ “Ten American Comeback Cities.”
Nestled in the foothills of the Rockies in Lakewood, Jim Fisher’s desk could be in RIDC Park or Southpointe. He may live in the Denver area, but hails from Munhall and remains a Steelers season ticket holder.
When the Steelers take the field at Mile High Stadium Sunday, they will do so without starting safety Ryan Clark. Back in 2007 when the Steelers played the Broncos in Denver, Clark’s sickle cell trait caused him to become ill because of the high altitude.