There is no Steelers player who has openly admitted to being homosexual.
No Steelers player, past or present, has ever openly admitted to being homosexual.
Joe Gilliam was a quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1972-1975. Joe was the starting quarterback for the Steelers in 1974 for the first 6 games, before being replaced by Terry Bradshaw.
Black and Yellow are the team colors of the Pittsburgh Steelers. You can always say it is about the Steelers but truly it is about being rich.
In 2009, fullback Frank Summers wore #44 for the Steelers, playing only two games before being placed on injured reserve. He was released on September 4, 2010.
The Steelers have had 24 players wear the #20. The most popular being Rocky Bleier.
The game is being televised by the NFL Network.
yes they do as long as the first team stays healthy.
6 times ... the last time being December 28, 2008 with the Steelers winning 31-0. The Steelers also shutout the Browns in 2005, 2000, 1999, 1990, and 1972.
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There were several players to wear that number, Leon Searcy being one of them.Darnell StapletonClick on the link below to see all the players that wore #72 for the Steelers.
The football team Pittsburgh Steelers is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A game could be watched in the "home field" if they are not playing another team in a different city or state. Being part of the National Football League, the Pittsburgh Steelers are bound to travel. Checking with a sports news agency, or better, the official Steelers website, one could easily see where they are booked to play matches at any given time.