Rapid Roundup - Thursday

  • Giving Thanks (Steelers.com)
    There's a chill in the air and the NFL regular season is heating up at this time of year, but the Steelers know there's more to be thankful for than football. For years the organization and its members have given back to the community and this holiday season has been no different.
  • Time For A Change (Post-Gazette)
    Although the Steelers are just 1-6 in Seattle, the team is looking to turn this around this weekend. With players like Russell Wilson and Richard Sherman, the Steelers know this game won't be an easy one, but they are confident and ready.

Many Steelers players get in the spirit of the holiday by providing a Thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings to those in need.

  • The Art Rooney Award (ESPN.com)
    CB William Gay has been nominated for a special award which is named after the team's founder. The Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award is presented to a player for his outstanding sportsmanship on the field, including fair play, respect for the game, and integrity in competition.
  • Staying Focused (Tribune Review)
    As a 13-year veteran, LB James Harrison has gotten his fair share of snaps. However, Harrison is showing no signs of slowing down. With just six regular-season games left, he is ready to help lead the Steelers to the postseason.
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