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NFL names a new security chief

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NFL V.P. of security Milt Ahlerich retired last week after 16 years on the job, only a few months after presiding over the Brett Favre investigation.  (I probably would have retired after dealing with that one, too.)  NFL spokesman Greg Aiello has announced via Twitter that Ahlerich will be succeeded by Jeff Miller.

Miller, the former Commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police, joined the NFL in 2008.  Among other things, he implemented the in-stadium fan code of conduct.

During Miller’s tenure with the Pennsylvania State Police, members of the Steelers allegedly fired illegal assault weapons from the evidence room at the Greensburg state police facility.  Aiello said last year that Miller didn’t know about the incident until two years after it occurred.

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7 Responses to “NFL names a new security chief”
  1. hobartbaker says: Apr 12, 2011 8:17 PM

    He would also be the guy who didn’t discipline Ed Joyner for aiding and abetting Roethlisberger in criminal activities.

  2. citizenstrange says: Apr 12, 2011 8:55 PM

    During Miller’s tenure with the Pennsylvania State Police, members of the Steelers allegedly fired illegal assault weapons from the evidence room at the Greensburg state police facility.
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    I wouldn’t come down on them too hard. You don’t want to break their spirit. Hopefully Miller will continue to be the Steelers’ “Dutch Uncle.”

    GO STEELERS!

  3. Deb says: Apr 12, 2011 9:26 PM

    @hobartbaker …

    Do you currently take drugs to help concoct these nuts posts you slap on every thread, or are you simply suffering the residual effects of a bad 1960s trip? Since Roethlisberger has never been arrested or charged for any criminal activities, he hasn’t been aided or abetted in any criminal activities anywhere except in the minds of people too ignorant to read case facts or listen to the case summaries provided by District Attorneys.

  4. FinFan68 says: Apr 12, 2011 9:40 PM

    he implemented the in-stadium fan code of conduct
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    It’s sad that such a document is necessary. Good natured ribbing is one thing but some of these drunken morons treat their team’s gear similar to gang colors.

  5. realfann says: Apr 12, 2011 10:06 PM

    Raking up some crap from 5 years ago the week the guy retires???

    Come on man. That’s low.

  6. Canyonero says: Apr 12, 2011 10:54 PM

    Ha, dig former Gov. Ed Rendell behind him in the picture.

  7. madenatewell says: Apr 13, 2011 12:50 AM

    You guys got me, I thought it was gonna be Paul Blart…maybe next tome Paul. :(

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