March 30, 2015

Lou Tepe, Steelers Linebacker, 1953-1955

First, can you tell us a bit about your post-NFL life – and profession as an engineer? Well, I went on to the oldest living player website some time ago, and I saw that I was the 236th oldest living player left!   There are twenty-five other Steelers before me. I graduated … Read Article →

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March 24, 2015

Tommy Maddox, Steelers Quarterback, 2001-2005

First, can you let readers know what you’ve been doing since you’ve retired from the NFL, including your baseball endeavors, and how you got started in these new ventures? I have been up to a little bit of everything.  I managed a Whitetail Deer Ranch for five years (Lodge Creek Whitetails). … Read Article →

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March 19, 2015

Tony Orlandini, Pitt/Steelers Offensive Lineman, 2000

First, can you let readers know about your post-NFL life. What have you been doing since the NFL and how you got started? I am still in the Pittsburgh area living with my wife, son and daughter.  I am currently working for Stryker Medical selling medical devices.  I graduated with … Read Article →

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March 16, 2015

Bob Leahy, Pitt Coach/ Steelers Quarterback, 1970-1971

First, can you let readers know a bit about what you’ve been doing with yourself lately and what’s next? Well, I’m retired now. I spent my first two years in the NFL with the Steelers, and the last thirty-nine coaching. My last coaching job was at Grambling. My previous seven … Read Article →

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March 12, 2015

Donnie Shell, Steelers Safety, 1974-1987

First, congratulations on being elected into the Black College Football Hall of Fame. Especially entering the NFL from a small Southern school like South Carolina State, what does that honor mean for you? To be inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame means a great deal not only … Read Article →

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