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When you grow up with great role models, you turn into one yourself. Will Allen of the Pittsburgh Steelers grew up watching his parents give back to the community however they could. His father would coach his teams and treated every kid on them as if they were his own. When someone needed help, they were there. “I remember watching my father give back and help kids in......

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In today’s modern society, the notion that professional athletes have just as much or more of an influence on our youth than a President or Prime Minister is a pretty obvious one. In fact, it's......

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There is no greater feeling for a young athlete than looking like a pro while they are playing their favorite sport. As youngsters, we grew up watching every move that our favourite athletes took;......

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Ever since he made his NFL debut with the Arizona Cardinals in 2003, Anquan Boldin has been one of the most consistent wide receivers in the game today. Now in his ninth NFL season; second with the......

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For a lot of athletes, you can really only imagine them playing the sport they’ve already mastered. Imagine Alexander Ovechkin playing in the NBA or Kobe Bryant playing in the NHL. You just can’t......

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For one of the newest members of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jerricho Cotchery, his time in the National Football League has been a rollercoaster ride. His first two seasons were not big years for him.......

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When a player is drafted, it is expected that they will take a few years to develop into the world class player they are destined to turn into. For a quarterback, getting drafted to the NFL doesn’t......

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LaMarr Woodley of the Pittsburgh Steelers didn’t wait until his first pay cheque in the NFL to start giving back to those in need, he was doing it while he was still in college. Drafted by the......

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Jerome ‘The Bus’ Bettis will forever be remembered as one of the most dominant and unstoppable running backs to ever play in the National Football League. He always managed to keep his balance......

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