July 27, 2014

Oliver Ross, Steelers Offensive Lineman, 2000-2004

First, can you let readers know about your post-NFL career – how you get started and why? My second year in Pittsburgh I started thinking about my future after my NFL career, you always hear veterans players say, “football doesn’t last forever so take advantage of it while you can”. … Read Article →

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July 20, 2014

Tim Tyrell, Steelers Running Back, 1989

First, can you let readers know about your new business venture. How you got started with this and why you chose this venture? Right  now I’m the Director of Marketing Development for a company that sells premier brand appliances – stoves, refrigerators, freezers – premier high end appliances. We also … Read Article →

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July 13, 2014

Jason Capizzi, Steelers Offensive Lineman, 2007-2008

First, can you let readers know what about the Golden Equipment Company – how you got started and what your role is there? Golden Equipment is a large commercial equipment dealer that sells to different public works offices and contractors in the states of WV, PA, and NJ.  We sell … Read Article →

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July 06, 2014

Mike Collier, Steelers Running Back/Return Specialist, 1974-1977

First, can you let readers know what you’ve been doing with yourself since your days in the NFL, and how you got involved in this? What I do now really has nothing to do with my time in the NFL. I work as a full-time associate at Marten’s food store. … Read Article →

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June 30, 2014

PSDB Tribute: Former Steelers’ Quotes on Chuck Noll

Quotes taken from former players over the 300+ PSDB interviews with former Steelers on Chuck Noll: Garry Howe: “Chuck Noll was all about helping where you are needed.” Tyronne Stowe: “Chuck Noll took a chance on me, I had made a big mistake, and he and the coaching staff gave … Read Article →

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