Yes. Troy Polamalu is a strong safety for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The only Polamalu to ever play for the Steelers is current strong safety Troy Polamalu.
Troy Polamalu plays the strong safety position for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Troy Polamalu plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who are in the AFC North division.
Troy plays the strong safety position for the Steelers.
Before becoming a Steeler, Troy Polamalu played college football at USC. He was drafted by the Steelers in 2003.
Because the Steelers believed that Troy Polamalu had exceptional talent and could become a huge asset for their team in the future. They were 100% correct.
Troy Polamalu plays American football for the Pittsburgh Steelers, assuming the position of strong safety. He was the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2010.
No, he did not. Troy Polamalu has always been a Pittsburgh Steeler.
Troy Polamalu is a tackling machine and is also very fast. The Steelers use him in the back of the victory formation because if there was a bad snap and the opposing team recovered, the Steelers would have no worries since Troy is back there to tackle them and end the game.
Not only is Troy Polamalu an excellent strong safety, he is also important to the Steelers when he is not even making a play. The opposing quarterback must always account for Troy's whereabouts on the field. By not knowing exactly where he will be lined up on the defensive side of the ball, it keeps the opposition from becoming one dimensional.
Troy Edwards played wide receiver for the Steelers from 1999-2001.