Vote for Jeff Reed and Arnold Harrison for NFL's Super Ad

STEELERS FANS CAN HELP DECIDE IF *ARNOLD HARRISON *OR *JEFF REED *MAKE IT TO SUPER BOWL XLIII IN THE NFL'S "SUPER AD: BELIEVE IN NOW" COMMERCIAL

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*"You can't get a bigger pressure moment than that." – Arnold Harrison

 
"I said, 'Can I go home and get some clothes and be back for practice tomorrow?' And he said, ' If you don't kick good on Sunday, you can stay home.'" – Jeff Reed
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Five Pittsburgh Steelers told their stories. Now, fans can help turn one of them into the NFL's Super Bowl commercial at NFL.com/SuperAd.  
 
*ARNOLD HARRISON *and
JEFF REED** are featured in a head-to-head competition against their rivals from the AFC North in the NFL's "Super Ad: Believe In Now" promotion. 
 
NFL Films traveled to NFL training camps and team facilities to capture the players' stories. Now fans will have the opportunity to hear these unique tales and get an exclusive look at some of their favorite NFL players, such as:
 

  • Arnold Harrison,who spent his whole rookie year on the practice squad until being called up for Super Bowl XL.  
  • Jeff Reed,who describes forgetting to bring an extra set of clothes to his Steelers tryout, making the team and not being able to get reserves prior to the game.  
    Fans can visit the Steelers section to also see: JUSTIN HARTWIG, CHRIS HOKEand JUSTIN VINCENT.
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    Fans will vote on the 24 stories from AFC players on nfl.com/superad from
    December 4 - 17*. Four AFC stories, one from each division, will be selected to continue to the Championship Round where they will compete against four videos from the NFC as well as one wildcard video. The Championship Round runs from December 18, 2008 – January 4, 2009. Fans will have eighteen days to vote for their favorites with a Super Bowl appearance on the line.
     
    Fans can visit the "All Videos" section to watch all 210 NFL players' stories posted on nfl.com/superad. Fans will then watch the winning pitch, and the player who told it, during Super Bowl XLIII on Sunday, February 1 on NBC. 
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