A few years back, during a press conference preceding a playoff game, a reporter asked me what I had done Friday afternoon to prepare—presumably for the game. But Friday afternoons during the season have always been personal time for us as a staff. I learned from Chuck Noll that you don’t change your schedule just […]
In the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, Derek Redmond believed he could win a silver medal for Great Britain. After five years of daily training and eight operations on his Achilles tendons, Derek had won the first two heats and was running in the semifinals of the 400 meters. Things were going as planned […]
Lynn Swann was one of the finest receivers to ever play the game of football. A star out of Southern Cal, Lynn was a great player with the Steelers. Lynn also took ballet-not very popular for men in the 1970s. But Lynn felt that ballet would improve his body control and consequently help him become […]
We’re on the road to the NFL Super Bowl 2015! This weekend’s games will determine who will be playing in the AFC and NFC Championship games. I’m getting excited to see which teams make it to the big game. Here are my Super Bowl plans for NBC.
In the last couple of weeks we have seen racial tensions rise due to several disturbing incidents, in Ferguson and New York. Here are my thoughts on these tragedies and what we can learn in the process.
Christmas is right around the corner. This is always a special time to spend with family. Over the years, my family has established several holiday traditions. Here are some of our favorites.
It can be challenging making each child feel special when you’re raising multiple children. Lauren and I have nine children and can definitely relate to that challenge. Making each child feel special doesn’t have to be as complicated as our minds tend to make it. Here are a few simple things you can do.