Steelers players fish for charity

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Steelers punter Dan Sepulveda proved that football isn't his only strength as he won the 11th Annual United Way Bass Classic.

The Bass Classic featured bass anglers, both pros and amateurs, having fun while being competitive and raising money for the United Way of Youngstown/Mahoning Valley.

Sepulveda put his team over the top reeling in a 4.84 pound bass. He and his teammate's five fish limit weighed in at 17.77 pounds.

Steelers defensive back Tuff Harris also took part, with a five fish limit reaching 14.42 pounds, while defensive end Brett Keisel's team had a total weight of 13.78 pounds.
 

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