Former Steelers great Jerome Bettis did not play for the Green Bay Packers, but before joining the Steelers in 1996 he played for the Rams from 1993-95.
DB Fred Foggie in 1994.
QB Terry Nofsinger in 1963 and 1964.
Before becoming a Steeler, Troy Polamalu played college football at USC. He was drafted by the Steelers in 2003.
Mike Jones wore number 51 in 2001 for the Steelers.
The Pittsburgh Pirates and the Steeler Football Teams played at Three Rivers Stadium before it was replaced with PNC Park for the Pirates and Heinz Field for the Steelers.
These players wore the number 36 for the Pittsburgh Steelers prior to Jerome Bettis: * Fred Foggie (94) * David Hughes (86) * Todd Spencer (84-85) * Guy Ruff (82) * Wentford Gaines (77) * Dave Brown (75) * Jim Brumfield (71) * Don McCall (69) * Charlie Blvins (67) * Clarence Peaks (64-65) * Andy Russell (64) * Wilbert Scott (61) * Rudy Hayes (60,62) * Marion Motley (55) * Don Samuel (49-50) * John Woudenberg (40, 42) * Ed Karp (36-37, 40) * Basilio Marchi (34)
Before they were called Pittsburgh pirates. Now the baseball team in Pittsburgh is called The Pittsburgh Pirates
Saint Jerome is not noted as a performer of miracles. He was declared a saint before the canonization process was instituted and no miracles were required for sainthood.
On 10/31/2004, Pittsburgh Steeler quarterback Ben Roethlisberger won his fifth straight start. With that victory, he tied the record for rookie quarterback victories without a loss. Ben Roethlisberger went on the set the rookie record with a total of 13 regular season victories and 1 playoff victory before losing the first game of his career.