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Steelers Daily News & Links: Russell Wilson is in Pittsburgh; Ryan Clark Has Beef with Tiki Barber



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🏈 Russell Wilson and his wife Ciara, famous singer-songwriter, are in Pittsburgh for his official signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Wilson got his haircut at JP’s Barbershop on Thursday.

🏈 Russell Wilson also stopped by Prospects Basketball’s practice. He was wearing a Steelers long sleeve shirt.

🏈 Ryan Clark addressed Tiki Barber’s “dead to me” statement on Saquon Barkley signing with Philadelphia.

“Tiki was one of the veterans along with Michael Strahan when I played for the @Giants & he taught me everything I refused to be as a veteran. Tiki was a very good player, but definitely not ‘just 1 of the guys’ everybody could rock with. I guess some things never change,” Clark said.

Tiki Barber responded and said Clark was saying things for attention and he doesn’t know him like that.

🏈 Bryan DeArdo of CBS Sports thinks the Steelers should trade Kenny Pickett to an NFC team that needs quarterback help.

🏈 Former Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown wants Tyler Boyd to come home.

🏈 On this day in 1984, Steelers cornerback and four-time Super Bowl champion Mel Blount retired from the NFL. Blount was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989.

🎂 Happy Birthday to Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, born on March 15, 1972 in Hampton, Virginia.

🎥 Kyle Brandt of NFL Network’s Good Morning Football thinks celebrating Pittsburgh’s non-losing streak is pathetic.


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