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
Hines Ward made his cameo on “The Walking Dead” last night as a zombie. And he was dealt with as many zombies on the show are: by being shot in [...] The post Take That, Zombie Hines Ward — KSK Kontent Klearinghouse appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
Is Jacoby Jones going to be on DWTS? There’s no officials offer year, but the Super Bowl XLVII hero said he would love the opportunity to follow NFL stars like Emmett Smith, Hines Ward, and Jerry Rice in doing Dancing With The Stars. After catching a long touchdown and running a kick back for a [...]Show More Summary
Last year, the Steelers had to cut players like linebacker James Farrior and receiver Hines Ward in order to get in line with the 2012 salary cap. As Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette explains it, last year’s changes could be a “drop in the bucket” compared to what’s coming in 2013. “The Steelers could…
We're less than a week away from the return of The Walking Dead for the second half of the zombie drama's third season. The latest clip from "The Suicide King" shows us some of the newcomers to the story. And we also have a few glimpses of what former Steelers receiver Hines Ward looks like as a Walking Dead zombie.
Chris Culliver’s comments raise the question if the NFL is really ready to accept an openly gay athlete. Hines Ward has no problem with it, but says it might help the player’s cause if he has superstar talent.
Falcons coach Mike Smith is in New Orleans this week, but not for the reason he’d like. He wanted to be coaching one of the teams in the Super Bowl instead of visiting the Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network crew on the Wednesday before the game. We’re happy to have him, though, and…
The Walking Dead is filmed in front of a live studio audience.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward will make his television debut on The Walking Dead. The former NFL star is currently employed as a Football Night in America analyst for NBC. Ward is no stranger to the studio cameras. During the 12th season of Dancing with the Stars, Hines and his partner Kym Johnson won [...]Show More Summary
Hines Ward, who many of you know as the guy who probably screwed over your fantasy football leagues with inconsistent play, only to dazzle in the real-world playoffs after he’d lost his fantasy use, is coming to The Walking Dead. Ward,...Show More Summary
Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward is showing that he is pursuing other avenues since retiring from the NFL: working in front of the television camera. Ward is currently a in-studio analyst for NBC's "Football Night in America"; however, that wasn't his first stint in front of a television camera. Show More Summary