Hines Ward

"So Asians can't play football, huh? I'd say we're pretty darn good," Hines Ward told the NFL draft prospect.
After playing a zombie on NBC's Sunday Night Football set for 17 weeks, Hines Ward is about to take that role to AMC (rim
Former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Hines Ward announced the ending of a great career Tuesday, but not a Hall of Fame career. Three receivers in Ward's era have consistently put together seasons better than Ward's absolute best season.
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Hines Ward represents everything about the city of Pittsburgh we're the most proud of: he's tough, he's a great mentor, he's selfless, he's a team player, he's loyal, he's good-looking, and he flashes a smile bright enough to cut through the dreariest and grayest of skies.
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Follow me on Twitter @TitanInsider247 and @terrymc13. Ward's playing time dwindled in 2011, as he mostly watched while young
So, as with most of the games this season, the Steelers finished their up-and-down season with an up-and-down game. With Mendenhall out for the playoffs, their entire game plan might need to change.
Ward's cameo in the third installment of director Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy figures prominently in the latest
Although Steelers fans will relish in this win, there's really only one thing on all of our minds: Revenge against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night Football.
Seeing as how the city of Pittsburgh held a rally for Ward after he won "Dancing With The Stars," Steelers fans might not
The foundation's website notes that Ward was born in Seoul, South Korea to a Korean mother and an African American soldier
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Oh, and speaking of football player, Johnson says that she's developed quite the relationship with Ward, even if he refuses
WATCH: "I don't do touchdown dances because first off I can't really dance," he said before his routine. When Johnson told
Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard will look to apply his sweet steps to the dance floor, as will fleet footed Pittsburgh Steelers
Ward went on to say that he looked to sports and "used all of that negative energy" to turn it into a positive. Pittsburgh
Fate, fashion and their own faults combine to put the Steelers in a no-win situation in Sunday's matchup with the Green Bay Packers.
Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports interviewed several players, including Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Hines Ward, about concussions
Even though the New York Jets have lost twice in a row, with quarterback Mark Sanchez struggling, it was difficult to predict the outcome of this important game.