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There is no listing of a Max Mickey on the Steelers all-time roster as a starter.

Max Mickey was obtained by the Steelers in 1952 as a rookie out of Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio. He was listed as a guard, but was also a kicker. He didn't make the cut in the end but had plenty of amazing stories to tell. He was my great uncle.

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