The Pittsburgh Steelers have announced plans to honor former running back Jerome Bettis during their Thursday Night Football game against the Baltimore Ravens on October 1st.
Former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher joined “The Fan Morning Show” Wednesday to share his thoughts on the team as OTAs roll on.
Pittsburghers have had their turn on The Late Show with David Letterman over the years.
This summer, he will be headed to the Hall of Fame, but first, Pittsburgh Steelers legend Jerome Bettis took time to bowl to raise money for his foundation.
Steeler greats Rocky Bleier and Jerome Bettis recorded a public service announcement at KDKA aimed at raising money for veterans’ bus passes.
Jerome Bettis earned spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame by running over would be tacklers, but his first job was with the City of Detroit in its police cadet program.
With Jerome Bettis getting inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year, it was no accident that the Steelers were picked to play the Vikings that same weekend in the Hall of Fame game.
It took a bit of broken field running to get past admiring fans in the halls of KDKA-TV.
Jerome Bettis said as the years passed, he began to have doubts if he would ever get into the Hall of Fame.
Jerome Bettis isn’t the only one heading to the Hall of Fame in 2015 as it was announced today the Steelers will take on the Minnesota Vikings in the 2015 Hall of Fame game.
Talking on The Rich Eisen Show, recently-elected Steelers Hall of Fame running back Jerome Bettis talked about the stunning finish to the Super Bowl and DeflateGate.
It was big news around these parts over the weekend when it was announced former Steelers running back Jerome Bettis was getting into the Hall of Fame.
Seattle Seahawks’ running back Marshawn Lynch has been in the news for his off-the-field behavior as well as his behavior on the field that has resulted in multiple fines.
The bus is headed to Canton.