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Steelers Daily Links: Kenny Pickett Rides for Cause, AB Calls Out Arena Team
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett was among the hundreds at the inaugural “Rush to Crush Cancer” bike ride on Saturday in Pittsburgh to helped raise awareness and raise funds for the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center, which is a leader in cancer research and patient care.
Pickett said he’s had multiple family members battle cancer and several years ago lost his cousin to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
“I was 13 when she passed, and she was 10, so we have our own foundation, the Mya Lin Terry Foundation, back in New Jersey to help a lot of families out in that area, so it feels good to come out in Pittsburgh,” Pickett said. “I think I have been doing this since I got to Pitt in college, and trying to help out in any way that I can. So it feels really good to be here.”
Pickett is also a chairperson for the Rush To Crush Cancer ride.
🏈 Antonio Brown’s Albany Empire got dominated by the Jacksonville Sharks, 79-34, on Saturday night. And let’s just say, the owner wasn’t pleased.
“We got veterans out there throwing punches getting kicked out game we got to do better !” Brown tweeted.
Brown added in two separate tweets, “Complacency kills” and “New coach new trainer new players Who wanna Win?????”
RELATED: Antonio Brown Says He’ll Play for His Arena League Team
🏈 Former Steelers guard Ramon Foster reunited with Kevin Colbert on Saturday.
Good seeing Kev today. @steelers pic.twitter.com/YWVqxksPrL
— Ramon Foster (@RamonFoster) May 20, 2023
🏈 FanDuel listed “Mean” Joe Greene as the Steelers’ greatest player of all time.
🏈 Ben Roethlisberger was recently with Drew Brees and Christian music singer TobyMac.
Got to hang with these NFL legends and put up with some “cringy creeper” photo bombing us last night. @drewbrees#BigBen@bartmillard @mercyme pic.twitter.com/Y1k2w2JX0h
— TobyMac (@tobymac) May 19, 2023
📅 Happy 46th birthday to former Steelers offensive line coach Adrian Klemm and former Steelers wide receiver Danny Farmer.
🎥 On Nov. 28, 1965, Jim Brown scored four touchdowns to lead the Cleveland Browns to a 42-21 win over Pittsburgh at Pitt Stadium. It was Brown’s final appearance against the Steelers.
4 TD’s vs the #Steelers #Browns pic.twitter.com/Xjuz8nA1xh
— Old Time Football 🏈 (@Ol_TimeFootball) May 20, 2023
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