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Steelers Daily Links: Terry Bradshaw Donates Super Bowl Rings; Ravens Hire Todd Monken



Steelers QB Terry Bradshaw
FILE - Fox commentator Terry Bradshaw is sen before the NFC Championship NFL football game between the Los Angeles Rams and the San Francisco 49ers on Jan. 30, 2022, in Inglewood, Calif. On Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022, Bradshaw said that he has been treated for two forms of cancer in the past year. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)

Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw has donated his Super Bowl rings, and the Baltimore Ravens have finalized their coaching staff for 2023.

Bradshaw revealed that he donated his four Super Bowl rings to his alma mater, Louisiana Tech University. “They’re in a vault — a box. It’s a small school. So athletes can come in and look at that and go, ‘Well, if he could do it, I can do it.’ Because they’ll find you anywhere,” Bradshaw said. Bradshaw also shared that his three daughters know they can reclaim them whenever they want. But he insists they never will.

The Baltimore Ravens named Todd Monken as their new offensive coordinator. Monken was the OC at Georgia the last two yeas and led the Bulldogs to back-to-back national championship titles. Monken brings an Air Raid background but success with heavy personnel. Dan Orlovsky thinks Monken is just what the Ravens need to bolster their offense. “I cannot love this more for Lamar,” Orlovsky tweeted.

Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy once again didn’t get hired for a head coach position. Former Steelers free safety Ryan Clark finds it to be maddening. “Sounds good. Be a losing coordinator in the Super Bowl & be a head coach in 2 days. Congrats Gannon & Steichen. Go to 5 AFC Chips, 3 Super Bowls, win 2 rings & hope for a lateral move to prove yourself all over again.. Get sh*t on again Bienemy. Not sure what dude did, but…,” Clark tweeted.  Even though he’s the offensive coordinator, Bieniemy doesn’t call the plays in Kansas City (Andy Reid does), so that factor could be holding him back from a head coach position. Bieniemy is in the running for the Washington Commanders offensive coordinator job.

Former Steelers running back LeGarrette Blount thought JuJu Smith-Schuster was out of line for trolling James Bradberry. “172 yards in the last 6 games (SB included) of the season and no TDs 🤦🏿‍♂️ who held you then? Don’t be a d***head and continue to play your role on an already great team with a great coach!! Congrats to my guy @tkelceand the future of the NFL @PatrickMahomes ! Y’all did y’all thing!” Blount tweeted. Cowboys linebacker and Penn State product Michah Parsons also thought it was a low move by Smith-Schuster. “Damm social media has allowed players social media skills be better than their football skills ! #SAD.”

Ben Roethlisberger had Alex Highsmith on his latest “Footbahlin” podcast. The two sampled beers and ate Chef Evan’s North Carolina inspired menu as they talked faith, family and football.

Former Steelers safety Ryan Mundy’s platform aims to help Black mental health.

Nate Tice of The Athletic shared a clip of just how bad the field conditions were at Super Bowl LVII. Javon Hargrave slipped right at the snap and was unable to recover on the play. The $800,000 that the NFL spent on the playing surface in Arizona ended up being an embarrassment in the biggest game of the year.

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