Monthly Archives: July 2011

Ben & Ashley: Embracing their church community

From an article written by JoAnne Klimovich Harrop at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review today: It is not uncommon to see Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and fiancee Ashley Harlan stay after Sunday service at Christ Church at Grove Farm in Ohio Township, … Continue reading

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Police and Fire agencies: There’s still time to apply!

The Ben Roethlisberger Foundation at The Giving Back Fund is welcoming grant inquiries for support until August 1st for the 2011-12 season! This is the fifth grant cycle for Ben’s Foundation. The majority of the grants we distribute help K-9 … Continue reading

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NFL Labor Negotiations: Using the “Ben Roethlisberger” analogy

SI‘s Don Banks,  from his “Inside the NFL” column today: With face-to-face negotiations between the principle figures involved in the NFL’s labor fight scheduled to again resume Thursday in New York, many observers believe the end game to this messy, … Continue reading

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NFLN’s Michael Lombardi takes the ‘Top 100’ to task

From his column at NFL.com: There has been much debate about “The Top 100 Players of 2011” as voted on by the NFL players all over the internet and on the television. My first reaction once the first group of … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Troy Polamalu

“I’m very proud to be his teammate!” — Ben, from the presentation on NFL Network. Troy made the Top 10 of the NFL Network‘s “Top 100 NFL Players of 2011” tonight, finishing at number 6! Troy was the second highest-rated … Continue reading

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“Miami’s All-Decade QB? Who Else But Big Ben!”

From the official website of the Miami RedHawks this weekend: OXFORD, Ohio – Over the past three weeks, hundreds of Miami University fans and media have submitted ballots to select the greatest RedHawk football players of the first decade of … Continue reading

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