Within the hearts of Pittsburgh Steelers fans, many players are held in high esteem, but arguably no player is cherished and beloved by Steelers Country so universally as Hines Ward. Rarely is the identity of a player, as well as his style of play, in complete and utter harmony with ideals of the franchise for which he plays. Show More Summary
Who says Hugh Hefner is the only man allowed to have a sexy grotto? NFL wide receiver and Dancing with the Stars contestant Hines Ward is a huge proponent of such spaces and has installed one in his Atlanta home,...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers’ WR Hines Ward new NBC Sports NFL analyst-NFL News Former Pittsburgh Steelers’ wide receiver, Hines Ward, who made desperate unsuccessful efforts until the very end to extend his stint with Steelers for more...Show More Summary
Let’s go straight to the Junkyard Mail. … Brian Stewart writes: I see a lot of gripe/debate going on about the SEC’s 6-1-1 schedule choice. I am all for preserving the Georgia-Auburn rivalry, but I also am a bit torn on whether or not I would be more in favor a 9-game conference schedule. Show More Summary
This week it was announced that Hines Ward would be joining NBC Sports as a member of the Sunday Night NFL pre-game show (via The Atlanta-Journal Constitution). Ward is not the first Steeler to commentate or analyze football on the professional level—many Steelers have made the transition to Sunday mouthpieces about the weekly gridiron. Show More Summary
NBC Sports Group has signed Hines Ward, a four-time Pro Bowler who played 14 years for the Pittsburgh Steelers before retiring after the 2011 season, as an analyst across its NFL, college football...
Hines Ward will join NBC to contribute to Football Night In America for the 2012 NFL season, according to ProFootballTalk.com, and there are a handful of ex-players that must follow his lead. Many retired players make a post-career living as an TV analysts, and some are better than others. Show More Summary
Former Steelers WR Hines Ward has been hired as an analyst for NBC Sports.
Hines Ward won’t be seen running down the field anytime soon, but he’ll still be pretty visible this NFL season. The former Pittsburgh Steeler has just joined NBC Sports and will work on Football Night in America on Sunday nights during the 2012/13 NFL season. Sam Flood, executive producer, NBC Sports and NBC Sports Network, [...]Show More Summary
Pittsburgh Steelers legend Hines Ward hasn't been out of football for six months, but he's already landed himself another full-time gig. According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Ward is joining NBC as an analyst: NBC-TV...Show More Summary
Hines Ward and Rodney Harrison will be in the same program, providing hard hitting analysis.
Hines Ward will this fall join NBC Sports for various roles -- including being an analyst on NBC's Sunday night NFL studio show.
Former Steelers receiver Hines Ward will have a new Gotham Rogues action figure in November. Before it comes out, he’ll have a new job. Ward has joined NBC Sports Group. NBC has announced that Ward, a 14-year veteran, four-time Pro Bowler, two-time Super Bowl champion, Super bowl XL MVP, and Dancing With The Stars winner,…
The Pittsburgh Steelers have had, for better or worse, their share of headlines this off-season. Between bringing in Todd Haley as the new offensive coordinator, the release and retirement of Hines Ward, the question marks at running...Show More Summary
Technically retired from the NFL, receiver Hines Ward’s football career has one final chapter. He appears as a member of the Gotham Rogues in The Dark Knight Rises (July 20), running with the ball as the field behind him disappears into a chasm. To commemorate Ward’s role in the film, McFarlane Toys will release in…
The Steelers spent the early part of this offseason clearing some veteran players off the roster. Wide receiver Hines Ward, defensive end Aaron Smith and defensive lineman Chris Hoke have all decided to retire after being cut loose. And, although he said he intended to keep playing when he was released by the Steelers, linebacker…
Post by Jill Baughman Okay, I admit, I watched a season of Dancing With the Stars solely because my favorite athlete Hines Ward was a contestant. And he ended up winning the whole shebang! Just like his NFL comrade Donald Driver -- a...Show More Summary
Donald Driver is the latest football player to win "Dancing With The Stars," joining Emmit Smith and Hines Ward. Good for him. Congrats. But when a football player wins a dancing competition, it is probably not a good idea to celebrate...Show More Summary
Packers receiver Donald Driver may never join Emmitt Smith and (in time) Hines Ward as members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But they’ll always have something else in common, other than ownership of at least one Super Bowl ring each. Smith, Ward, and Driver are the three NFL players who have won ABC’s…
Donald Driver, like other athletes on “Dancing with the Stars,” has performed admirably — artistically, even. But at this point, he may need some sort of Hail Mary if he’s going to make people forget Hines Ward’s swivelly performances and hoist the moderately-coveted Mirror Ball Trophy in an incredibly close competition. Read full article >>