their surface already this off-season with the renovation of their playing field. The surface that claimed the season (career?) of New England cornerback Ty Law was a mess by season's end, but the players often cited it as part of their home-field advantage."/>

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Blog ... If I Were A Carpenter

Blog ... If I Were A Carpenter

You might say the Steelers scratched <a href="http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/05048/458818.stm"> their surface</a> already this off-season with the renovation of their playing field. The surface that claimed the season (career?) of New England cornerback Ty Law was a mess by season's end, but the players often cited it as part of their home-field advantage.

Yet, as Ed Bouchette pointed out in today's Post-Gazette, those same players voted it one of the worst playing surfaces in a survey that flew under the radar of team president Art Rooney II. An odd story to be sure, but one we're certain is a preface to more interesting news regarding the Steelers' plans in free agency. One hand always washes the other, so look for something soon from Bouchette...

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