• October 27, 2021

Why SteelBender is an all-time great player and a true icon of the game

SteelBenders, as they’re affectionately known, have long been an integral part of the Steel City.

From the days of the NFL’s original SteelBenders in the early 1950s, the SteelBends were a regular presence in the stadiums and arenas.

But for the last 40 years, their legacy has been forever intertwined with the sport of football.

The Steelers and the NFL have made SteelBending the focus of a number of their signature events, including the Super Bowl.

The Steelers, meanwhile, have spent countless hours celebrating the sport with its players, fans, and the community in Pittsburgh.

Their iconic SteelBench is the home of the annual Steel City Kickoff, and it’s the site of a variety of special events.

The SteelBEND is often seen as the site where SteelBened players meet their old teammates and coaches for the first time in decades, and when they play in the SteelCity Kickoff.

The SteelBende is also where the players are brought to the SteelDome to face off against each other for the title of “SteelBender.”

In 2015, the Steelers hosted their second edition of the event, which is a tribute to the fans who came out to support the team.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who played at Pittsburgh for eight years before retiring in 2017, led the Steelers on a 17-13 win over the New York Jets.

The final SteelBente is the most recent SteelBower, where Steelers quarterback Jameis Winston faces off against his former team, the Indianapolis Colts.

The Pittsburgh Steelers, in the midst of a decade of success, have been known to take some time out to celebrate the history of the franchise.

This year, the team unveiled a statue of the Steelers’ first SteelBendar, which they unveiled in 2015 and will be up for sale starting at 10 a.m.

Friday, Dec. 15, at the Steelers Training Center in Heinz Field, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

The statue features a statue representing each of the team’s SteelBanners and SteelBendered players, as well as some of the city’s favorite memories of SteelBeden.

“This year, our SteelBens are honored to unveil the statue of one of the most iconic and respected players in the history and tradition of the Pittsburgh Steelers,” said Michael DeBevoise, a member of the Board of Directors of the AFCA, the organization that owns Heinz, in a statement.

“It’s the proudest moment of our SteelBanes since they were launched.

The steel is strong, the statue is tall, and we know it will be a tremendous honor to honor this moment of history and the memories of the loyal Steelers fans.”

The SteelBeender will be open from 10 a,m.

to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday, with the game starting at 8:30 p., according the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.