Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy on the sidelines against the New England Patriots.
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October 17, 2015 Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy is back playing football after suspension for domestic violence. Former player Terry Bradshaw questions whether he should even be playing.
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Former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman L.C. Greenwood waving to fans in 2006. He died Sunday at the age of 67.
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September 30, 2013 During the Steelers' glory years in the '70s when the team won four NFL Super Bowls, Greenwood teamed with "Mean" Joe Greene, Ernie Holmes and Dwight White on a much-feared defensive line. Greene is now the sole living member of that famous foursome.
Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow celebrates after beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 29-23 in overtime of an NFL wild card playoff football game on Sunday, (Jan. 8, 2012).
January 9, 2012 After another Tebow "miracle" on Sunday, the Denver Broncos are advancing in the NFL playoffs. Tonight, college football caps its season with the "rematch of the century" between LSU and Alabama.
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Ray Horton made an unusual bargain with a cafeteria worker when he left his job coaching the Pittsburgh Steelers' secondary.
August 4, 2011 The day before Steelers secondary coach Ray Horton left to become the defensive coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals, he stopped by the team complex for some final farewells. One of them was very special.
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu celebrates after his team beat the New York Jets, 24-19, on Sunday to win the AFC championship game in Pittsburgh.
January 24, 2011 Will the Steelers win for the seventh time? Or will the Packers earn a fourth championship?
September 3, 2010 Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's suspension was cut to four weeks from six. The QB was suspended by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell after a woman said he sexually assaulted her in a nightclub bathroom. No charges were filed.
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