• Greene: Money has disrupted Steelers' way

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated May 9, 2013
    That’s a bad thing,” Greene said. I don’t like that,” Greene said, via ESPN.com. Greene played on a Steelers team that was loaded with Hall of Famers, and he said none of his teammates ever allowed money to be a distraction. “It’s an attitude change. Treating football teams like businesses, not like families, has made players a whole lot richer than they were in Greene’s time. "The culture we have now is about money," Clark said. "If you look at the structure of the NFL today, it's about one-upsmanship," ...
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Wake-up: Greene down on Steelers' attitude

      There's three items about offensive linemen and one about someone who used to make life terrible for offensive linemen. Time to go into the trenches in today's edition of the wake-up call ... RAVENS: Gino Gradkowski, a fourth-round pick from a year ago,…
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    • Mean Joe Greene dislikes how money has changed NFL players

      Mean Joe Greene, the Hall of Fame defensive tackle who retired last week from the Steelers’ front office, has been around the NFL for almost half a century. And he doesn’t like all the changes he’s seen. Greene told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that

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