Gary Anderson was named the Steelers' MVP in 1983.
There is no listing of a player by that name on the Steelers all-time roster.
There is no player named William Crosby on the Steelers all-time roster.
Yes of course
There is no player on the Steelers all-time roster named Kaufman.
There is no listing of a player named Mike Woicik on the Steelers all time roster.
The Pittsburgh Steelers play at Heinz Field.
There is no listing of a player named Prentis Johnson on the all time Steelers roster.
There is no player named William Jay Ewing listed on the Steelers historical roster.
Because at the time of the naming Pittsburgh was full of steel mills.
The Steelers were first named the Pittsburgh Pirates and in 1940 they were renamed the Steelers.
From 1933-1939 the Steelers were named the Pittsburgh Pirates.
There is no listing of a player on the Steelers all-time roster with the first name Ray who wore #20.
The Steelers mascot is named Steely McBeam.
There was running back Chuck Sanders who played from 1986 to 1987. Also, there was guard John Sanders who played for the Steelers from 1940 to 1942.
Art Rooney founded the Pittsburgh Pirates on July 8, 1933. In 1940 the team was re-named the Pittsburgh Steelers.
There is no player listed on the Steelers all-time roster with the last name Godman. There was a John Goodman who played on the defensive line from 1981-1985.
I wasn't able to find a Kevin that went from Pittsburgh to Jacksonville. But there was a Kevin, linebacker Kevin Greene, who played for the Steelers between 1993-1995 and went to the Carolina Panthers in 1996.
Eberle Schultz played the guard position on the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1941-1942.
The Steelers have had 33 named starters since 1933.
Troy Polamalu #43 Pittsburgh Steelers SS (Strong Safety)
The Pittsburgh Steelers ( then named the Pittsburgh Pirates ) first game was on September 20, 1933. They lost 23 - 2 to the NY Giants.
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The steel industry.