The Steelers are locked into an awkward dance with veteran safety Troy Polamalu, even if everyone knows how it will ultimately end. They want him to retire, he’s not sure he wants to, but they get the final vote. No one knows that better than former Steelers wideout Hines Ward, who went through the same…
A popular name is gaining widespread support to fill Georgia's wide receivers coach position vacated by Tony Ball last Friday. Ball, who spent nine years in Athens and is moving on to LSU, told Chip Towers of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution,...Show More Summary
LaDainian Tomlinson joins the show to look back on his career, Greg Cosell previews Super Bowl XLIX, Blake Bortles reflects on his rookie season. Mike also chats with Hines Ward about his legendary career and Greg Olsen discusses the Pro Bowl and more.
Young, rich, single NFL players better get chicks to sign contracts before taking them out on dates... at least that's how former Steelers superstar Hines Ward sees it.The ex Super Bowl champ went on Meredith Viera's talk show and said single…
Appearing as a guest on Meredith Vieira's talk show, former NFL wide receiver Hines Ward fielded a question on professional sports dealing with Michael Sam and gay athletes in general. Said Ward in part: "If you can help me win...
Tom Brady says he's not involved in Deflategate. John Madden, Troy Aikman and Hines Ward think otherwise.
Hines Ward explains why Ravens’ defensive coordinator Dean Pees has a small advantage against solving the Patriots’ offense.
Ross Tucker and Hines Ward discuss how Johnny Manziel’s first start was a giant letdown and what he has to do to bounce back against the Panthers.
Soft is about the worst thing you can call a football team. Bill Cowher and Hines Ward did just that Sunday after the Browns humiliated the Steelers 31-10.
Over the weekend, a pair of former Steelers voiced their opinion of the current team and both of them used words to describe the Steelers that no football team ever wants to wear as a label. Bill Cowher and Hines Ward both called the team “soft” on defense and a “finesse” offense, which is pretty…
PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said he respects that Bill Cowher and Hines Ward have jobs to do as NFL analysts, but he shrugged off criticism of their former team after a 31-10 loss in Cleveland. “I don’t worry about that. Show More Summary
Hines Ward could have a serious bone to pick with Michael Irvin -- 'cause "The Playmaker" says Katy Perry made a big mistake wearing a #86 jersey on ESPN last week because "nobody great wears 86."Irvin was at LAX when he raved about why Katy is the…
The PFT crew looks at the Panthers Bears game coming up in Week 5. Hines Ward thinks Carolina’s secondary could be in for a long day against the Bears’ wide receivers.
The Jets are in a tough spot with their second year QB Geno Smith, with veteran Michael Vick on the sidelines. Hines Ward thinks the team is just a QB away from being a contender.
Sunday Night Football is the most-watched series in all of primetime television. It’s also earned well-deserved plaudits from critics as one of the best productions in all of sports. Everything about NBC’s production of Sunday Night Football is first class – from the announcers, to the game production, to what happens in the studio. Show More Summary
Hines Ward says he's blown away by Roger Goodell -- telling TMZ Sports he's SHOCKED that with all of the NFL's resources, the Commish says he couldn't get his hands on the elevator tape. "When you're the NFL and you've got a bunch of FBI…
The PFT crew discuss Chris Long undergoing ankle surgery, which is supposed to keep him out 8-10 weeks. Hines Ward says this is bad for the Rams, but that their quarterback situation is still the number one problem in St. Louis.
The PFT guys react to the report the NFL saw the Ray Rice video before deciding on Rice’s punishment. Hines Ward says if the report is true, he is embarrassed and ashamed to be affiliated with the NFL.
ProFootballTalk: The PFT crew talks about the expectations for the Jacksonville Jaguars for the 2014 season. Hines Ward says he would be shocked if the Jaguars don’t start Blake Bortles during Week 1.
Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans will present matchup problems for opposing secondaries all year long, which Hines Ward says should ease Josh McCown’s first year as a starting quarterback. Ward says Evans and Jackson should be able to beat one-on-one coverage every time.