Russ Thaler, Mike Florio and Hines Ward discuss who they think the best team in the NFC is through Week 11. Plus, they offer teams that stand a chance to beat the Seahawks in Seattle.
by The Hairpin Sponsors Hines Ward has spent ten months getting ready to participate in a full Ironman competition. In this episode of Become One, the series chronicling his path to Ironman, Hines takes a moment to reflect in this calm...Show More Summary
Former Steelers receiver and Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward has added a very different accomplishment to his athletic career. On Saturday, Ward completed the Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii. Ward, now a fixture on NBC’s Football Night in America and Sunday Night Football, won’t be making a habit of swimming 2.4 miles, biking 112 miles,…
Hines Ward proved he's an athletic beast in Hawaii this weekend -- taking part in one of the most difficult triathlon courses ever... for 13 hours!!The whole race went down in Kona for the Ironman Triathlon where Ward finished 1,680th place…
The former NFL star isn't done winning
Ballers and white girls are like peanut butter and jelly nowadays… Hines Ward Reportedly Engaged To White Model Via BustedCoverage Little did we know back in 2012, when Hines Ward tweeted out this photo of himself and a hot chick,
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Legendary Steelers WR Hines Ward joins Erik Kuselias to talk about who he would put on his Mt. Rushmore and what it meant to be a member of the Steelers organization.
There have been no shortage of great players in the history of the Steelers franchise, which should mean that the choices for their Mt. Rushmore will leave plenty of people wondering how their top pick could miss making it as one of the four faces of the organization. One such person could be former Steelers…
Hines Ward is used to training, and he’s used to competing. What he can’t get used to is the inevitability of losing. The former Steelers wideout has struggled with that concept, as he trains to compete in the Ironman Triathlon. “The realization is having never done it before, I can’t go in thinking I’m going…
Hines Ward doesn't 'think football is ready' for an openly-gay player right now.
Over the past couple offseasons, the Pittsburgh Steelers have had to make a lot of tough decisions with veteran players. Hines Ward, James Farrior, Aaron Smith, Mike Wallace, Keenan Lewis, Casey Hampton and Max Starks are just the most notable of veterans who either retired or were allowed to depart via free agency. Show More Summary
This guy used to give Michael Jordan PROBLEMS on the court! Via Realtor Add M____ R_______ to the list of athletes who go hard in the pool department (see: Gilbert Arenas, Keenan McCardell, Warren Sapp, Hines Ward). The legendary Sacramento
At a time when many in the media and multiple straight players seem to be almost rooting for a gay NFL player to come out of the closet, former Steelers receiver and NBC analyst Hines Ward believes that the time may not be right for it to happen. “I don’t think football is ready, there’s…
A Pittsburgh man who threatened ex-Steelers wideout Hines Ward will spend two years on probation. According to Sports Illustrated, 26-year-old Joshua Van Auker pleaded guilty Tuesday to extortion charges after attempting to bilk Ward for $15,000. Court documents show that in the fall of 2012, Auker contacted Ward’s assistant, Raymond Burgess, claiming to have damaging [...]Show More Summary
A 26-year-old Pennsylvania man just pled guilty to trying to extort former NFL star Hines Ward... but TMZ has learned, he won't get any jail time.Josh Van Auker pled guilty today to first degree misdemeanor attempted extortion... after allegedly…
For 14 years, Hines Ward was a Steeler. Now, his goal is to be an Ironman. Ward, 37, is training for the biggest stage in triathlon, the Hawaii Ironman, which consists of a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile ride and 26.2-mile run. My guess isShow More Summary
Losing a wide receiver is familiar territory for the Steelers. They've parted ways with Santonio Holmes and Hines Ward in recent years. The reason Pittsburgh has been able to move forward without them goes back to its backup plan. Emmanuel...Show More Summary
After training for the Ironman, how does Hines Ward recover?
A year removed from being part of the Steelers, Hines Ward sees "a locker room in disarray." Ward, who retired after the 2012 season, told the NFL Network that you wouldn't hear quotes about in-house friction -- like the anonymous one about LaMarr Woodley -- if he was still part of the team. Show More Summary