Who wore 22 for the Steelers?

February 23, 2019 Off By idswater

Who wore 22 for the Steelers?

Najee Harris
Pittsburgh Steelers who’ve worn Najee Harris’ jersey No. 22.

Who was number 22 in the NFL?

Class of 2004 inductee Bob Brown wore #76 with the Eagles, Rams, and Raiders.

00 OTTO
22 Blanda , GATSKI , HAYES , HAYNES , KRAUSE , Law , LAYNE , Lofton , Michalske , Nevers , Reed , SMITH , WEHRLI
23 Chamberlin
24 Alworth , BAILEY , BROWN , CHRISTIANSEN , LAW , McNally , MOORE , WOOD , WOODSON

Who was number 24 on the Steelers?

Benny Snell
Roster

Down arrow icon Player Down arrow icon No Down arrow icon Weight
Cameron Sutton 20 188
Donovan Stiner 26 210
Robert Spillane 41 229
Benny Snell 24 224

Who was number 25 on the Pittsburgh Steelers?

The Steelers have a rich history, but looking back at their jersey numbers it makes you wonder which player wore the numbers 0-25 best. Share All sharing options for: Pittsburgh Steelers ‘Digit Dynasty’: Who wore the number best? No. 0-25

Who was the Pittsburgh Steelers player with the Magnum moustache?

As a rookie, the man with the Magnum-esque moustache caught a 90-yard touchdown pass from Terry Bradshaw against Seattle that stood as a record for a number of years. As a deep threat, the speedy Wallace was a dream weapon for Ben Roethlisberger and a nightmare for defenses.

Who was the Pittsburgh Steelers starting center in 1984?

Charlie Batch was a very valuable backup for eleven seasons, but Malone is the pick here. With only a 21-24 record during his eight seasons in Pittsburgh, the team’s former #1 pick from Arizona State was the team’s starter under center for four years. Malone led the team to the AFC Championship Game in the 1984 season.

Who are the famous Steelers of the 1970’s?

The Blonde Bomber is a three-time Pro Bowler, a two-time team MVP and a member of the 1970’s All-Decade team. Ben Roethlisberger has eclipsed most of his team records, but Bradshaw remains one of the most legendary figures in team lore.

Who was number 2 on the Pittsburgh Steelers?

The quintessential Steelers kicker should be enshrined in Canton, but a presumed kicker-bias and the miss in the 1998 NFC Championship for the Vikings may be keeping him out. But Anderson is the No. 1 player ever to wear the uno in Pittsburgh. Not a lot to pick from here. Dennis Dixon only wore No. 2 for one start with the Steelers.

As a rookie, the man with the Magnum-esque moustache caught a 90-yard touchdown pass from Terry Bradshaw against Seattle that stood as a record for a number of years. As a deep threat, the speedy Wallace was a dream weapon for Ben Roethlisberger and a nightmare for defenses.

Who was on the 1970 Pittsburgh Steelers roster?

Roster Table No. Player Age Pos College/Univ 85 Bob Adams 24 Pacific 58 Chuck Allen 31 MLB Washington 71 Dick Arndt 26 Stanford, Idaho 28 Ocie Austin 23 FS Utah St.

Charlie Batch was a very valuable backup for eleven seasons, but Malone is the pick here. With only a 21-24 record during his eight seasons in Pittsburgh, the team’s former #1 pick from Arizona State was the team’s starter under center for four years. Malone led the team to the AFC Championship Game in the 1984 season.