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Former Steelers strong safety Troy Polamalu at The Resilience Bowl on May 21, 2024. -- Steelers Now/Ed Thompson.

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🏈 Olympic gold medalist freestyle wrestler and former WWE superstar Kurt Angle was a coach at Troy Polamalu’s Steelers celebrity flag football game on Tuesday tonight at Acrisure Stadium. Angle, who is from Mount Lebanon, was invited to the event by Polamalu.

🏈 On Tuesday, Troy and Theodora Polamalu hosted the inaugural Resilience Bowl, benefiting the Neighborhood Resilience Project. The event included a seven-on-seven flag football game featuring Steelers legends Ben Roethlisberger, Hines Ward, James Harrison, Heath Miller and a slew of past teammates of Polamalu. Former Steelers defensive coordinator and Hall of Fame presenter for Polamalu, Dick LeBeau, was also there.

🏈 Despite holding out from OTAs due to negotiating a contract extension with the club, Cam Heyward was at Troy Polamalu’s charity event on Tuesday night.

🏈 Troy Polamalu was at the Steelers’ first OTAs practice on Tuesday.

 

🏈 Just like old times, Ben Roethlisberger completed a pass to Hines Ward at the Resilience Bowl. Roethlisberger also displayed his vintage pump fake.

🏈 Steelers legend Hines Ward gave a speech to the Steelers’ rookies at Troy Polamalu’s charity event.

 

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