Rooneys at the heart of Pittsburgh Steelers' greatness
Super Bowl side owes much to family values of owners
“They are at practice every day, shaking hands with us, saying hello to us and asking us how our families are,” tight end Heath Miller told the newspaper. “I feel like there is a personal connection that goes along with that, and I think that goes a long way when you are running a business. It could be any type of business, but especially in football, it goes a long way.”
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger agrees.
“When you hear things from former players, current players, guys who have been around. When you see Mr. Rooney every day at practice. After every game he’s shaking your hand, win or lose, so you just kind of know how awesome he is and this organization is.”
Said teammate Brent Keisel: “We are biased, but we feel that it is the greatest organization in the National Football League, and it is because of the Rooneys."
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