Rashad Butler

#79T,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 310
Born:
College: Miami (FL)
Birth Place: Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Draft: 2006 3rd round (25th pick) by the
  • Mike Tomlin tight-lipped on anthem protests, Charlottesville
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    Mike Tomlin tight-lipped on anthem protests, Charlottesville

    Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was asked during a Friday press conference if he has any plans to discuss with his players the national anthem protests occurring around the NFL. “I won’t,” Tomlin succinctly stated. Tomlin was later asked for his reaction to the events last weekend in Charlottesville, Va., where a rally led by white nationalists, white supremacists and neo-Nazis devolved into violence. The tense situation turned tragic when one person was killed and 19 others injured when James Alex Fields Jr. plowed through a group of counter-protesters. Two Virginia State Troopers also died in helicopter crash while monitoring the situation. The outbreak of violence and nature of

  • Evan Engram will still have nerves in Cleveland on Monday night
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    Evan Engram will still have nerves in Cleveland on Monday night

    Giants TE Evan Engram is officially a professional after playing in the preseason opener against the Steelers last week. However, those first-game nerves will still be there when the Giants take on the Browns Monday night.  "It's still going to be kind of nerve-wracking and exciting," he told Giants.com's Michael Eisen. "I'm really pumped about it. It was a really cool feeling out there, getting out there and having your uniform on and being out there warming up. It kind of really hit me in that moment, and I don't think it's ever going to go away. I'm really excited, I can't wait for Monday night. I think it adds to my game, the eagerness to do well and get out there and run around to make plays.

  • No chances given for Steelers or Patriots fans
    Baltimore Beatdown

    No chances given for Steelers or Patriots fans

    In a survey done by Fanatics, fans of the Baltimore Ravens were found least likely to date a fan of their most bitter of rivals. According to the survey, Ravens fans top the list with their hatred of the Pittsburgh Steelers. 50% of fans said that they would refuse to date a Pittsburgh fan. The Baltimore-Pittsburgh rivalry is of legend. Two hard-nosed cities, known for their steel mills and gritty defenses. Their fans also reflect this with their boisterous cheers for their own team and jeers against their rivals. It isn’t just the fans that can’t stand one another, it’s the players. Former Raven Ed Reed had a discussion with former Steeler Hines Ward on The Players’ Tribune back in November last