There was some speculation that the Steelers might look to Hines Ward to replace the retiring Richard Mann as the team’s wide receivers coach, but Ward won’t be joining the team’s staff in 2018. The coach who will be taking over the wide receivers job does have a pretty close tie to Ward, however. Ed [more]
As expected, Steelers receivers coach Richard Mann officially has retired, after 33 years of coaching — the last five in Pittsburgh. “I was thinking about it last year,” Mann said Wednesday, via the team’s official website. “The way things ended, and talking to the players, I wanted to give it one more run. I was [more]
Jalen Hurts could aspire to be the next Hines Ward.
Hines Ward is calling BS on all that Ben Roethlisberger retirement talk... saying his old QB still has "plenty left in the tank" -- enough to win a Super Bowl. Big Ben admitted he contemplated hangin' 'em up after the 2016 season -- but…
Nearly a decade ago, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger ruffled feathers among his height-challenged receivers by publicly pining for a taller option. Hines Ward didn’t like it. “I don’t hear Tom Brady or Peyton Manning asking for that,” Ward said at the time. And Ward had the last laugh, because the Steelers burned a second-round pick in 2008 on Limas…
Before Hine Wards and Coy Wire were hosts on CNN and HLN, they were players in the NFL!
From Tom Brady to Pat Tillman to Hines Ward, we review the top compensatory picks for every NFL team
I primarily collect baseball, so my collection of signed IP/TTM cards from other sports just doesn't run as deep - I may have something loose to dig for like these cards I thought might look good once authenticated and slabbed. I must...Show More Summary
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LaDainian Tomlinson, Hines Ward and Brian Dawkins are among the 94 nominated.
LaDainian Tomlinson, Brian Dawkins and Hines Ward are among the 94 players and coaches nominated for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s class of 2017. Joining those first-time eligible nominees... The post Tomlinson, Dawkins, Ward Among Those to Appear on the HOF Ballot for the First Time in 2017 appeared first on NFL Gridiron Gab.
Former Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward is eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the first time in 2017, but Ward said recently he’s not worried about whether he’ll be voted in — in part because he isn’t sure of the criteria involved in Hall of Fame voting. Ward is proud of his…
Brett Keisel, Hines Ward, Justin Tucker, and Dennis Pitta are just as obsessed as you are.
"When they came to me to do it, I said hell yeah, let's do it."
Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward who in his post-football career has been known for 30 second hits on Football Night in America and Sunday Night Football, may get the opportunity to speak more. According to The Wrap,...Show More Summary
NFL legend Hines Ward might not be done with football... telling TMZ Sports he would LOVE the chance to be the head coach for the Georgia Bulldogs... saying it would be his "dream job." Ward -- who played at UGA from '94 to '97 -- was at LAX when…
The Walking Dead has made use of several corpse-ified cameos across its six years, from Hines Ward to Scott Ian, and Sunday’s “Not Tomorrow Yet” stealthily afforded us the most A-list undead of all. Did you spot Johnny Depp’s likeliness as a member of The Walking Dead? Continue reading…
The Pittsburgh Steelers have a storied history in the NFL. They also have a storied history on Dancing With The Stars. Former Steelers WR Hines Ward won the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy during Season 12 in 2011. Now, there’s speculation...Show More Summary
There's a good explanation for it, though. Former Georgia great Hines Ward is bullish about new Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart's chances of leading his alma mater to SEC and national titles, so much so that he's openly hinting about wanting to be on his former teammate's staff. Show More Summary
Commissioner Dogg? Maybe. We got Hines Ward out in San Fran last night and asked if Snoop -- a hardcore fan who runs his own youth football league -- could ever be an executive in the NFL. Turns out... Hines is all about it! …