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The Steelers are considering adding a museum at Heinz Field as part of a reconstruction that would finish 2012 or 2013, according to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

It’s an idea that is probably overdue for a team with a history as rich as the Steelers.  The team doesn’t have a ring of honor and it has only retired one number.  The idea would be to have a museum fans could go to 12 months a year; they currently have a “Great Hall” at Heinz Field that fans can go to on gamedays.

The reconstruction and expansion of Heinz Field is expected to add 4,000 to 5,000 seats.   The estimated cost of the reconstruction is expected to cost around $30 million.  It’s not certain that a museum will be part of the expansion, but it seems like a no brainer and a possible money maker to us.

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  1. paulieorkid says: Jun 5, 2011 11:22 AM

    Holy crap – my Bucket List just got a brand new ultra HIGH priority event stacked at the top of the list!

    This must happen – it would be EPIC!!!!!

  2. voyager6 says: Jun 5, 2011 11:31 AM

    Let’s hope the museum has a wing for the Steeler’s use of performance enhancing drugs and the resultant shortened lifespan of so many of their linemen who died in their early 50s.

  3. jw731 says: Jun 5, 2011 11:33 AM

    As fans first enter, they will see pictures of Mean Joe , Franco, Terry, Lynn and all the greats, along with discarded needles, pills and other steroid paraphernalia, but the most intriguing part will be at the back of the museum, where there will be a bathroom stall, guarded by a off duty Pa State trooper, and a gay as hell guy wearing a happy shirt….All this for 24.95 a head and a free wife beater T shirt upon exit…….

  4. semperfi24 says: Jun 5, 2011 11:36 AM

    lol, they can build a museum, but they cant put field turf on that sorry ass playing surface

  5. beedubyatoo says: Jun 5, 2011 11:40 AM

    The Rooneys should go to Lambeau and view the Packer Hall of Fame and then copy it. It’s better than the one in Canton from a fan-friendly, interactive, hands-on standpoint.

  6. philwauke says: Jun 5, 2011 11:42 AM

    Can’t wait to see the ben roethlisberger exhibit .

  7. melonnhead says: Jun 5, 2011 11:44 AM

    So will they have historic bottles of ketchup and such?

  8. packattack1967 says: Jun 5, 2011 12:20 PM

    The Packer Hall of Fame is a must see for every football fan. Steelers would be on that same list.

  9. fancyleague says: Jun 5, 2011 12:25 PM

    They pretty much already have a museum there. The hall with the six huge Lombardi statues is freaking epic.

  10. krow101 says: Jun 5, 2011 12:38 PM

    Hopefully there will be a wing devoted to the history of steroids in the NFL. It should contain their first 4 Superbowl trophies. Oh wait … I forgot … they’re pretending they won them fairly. My bad.

  11. myballsmyrules says: Jun 5, 2011 1:02 PM

    “The reconstruction and expansion of Heinz Field is expected to add 4,000 to 5,000 seats.”

    **************************************

    They need that many extra seats to accomodate all the “owners” of the team.

  12. ravenator says: Jun 5, 2011 1:23 PM

    And when you exit the Hall of Fame, they give you free ketchup packets. All worth the $30 up charge in your ticket prices!

  13. keso412 says: Jun 5, 2011 1:39 PM

    Man u steeler haters need a life… whens the last time your team won anything more less a museum to show for it. Talking about thirty forty years ago if i recall we won recently guess there’s a conspriacy behind them to…smdh

  14. hobartbaker says: Jun 5, 2011 1:41 PM

    They can install LeBeau and all those fossils playing on defense.

  15. hobartbaker says: Jun 5, 2011 1:42 PM

    The Museum of Modern Arseholes.

  16. ajtexans says: Jun 5, 2011 1:55 PM

    I have a better suggestion: how about a few porta cans in that lot between the stadium and Bettis’ sports bar? During my one trip to Heinz Field (which was otherwise great – the 2010 opener against the Titans) I was stunned by the number of people urinating in the parking lot during the tailgate before the game like it was no big deal. Some even brought cardboard boxes so their wives and girlfriends could squat in the privacy of these makeshift shelters between vehicles. Then after the game, having to wade through that stew to get back to the car was absolutely disgusting… (the current ‘Great Hall’ with the Lombardi’s and Steeler great locker replicas is great)

  17. gairzo says: Jun 5, 2011 1:55 PM

    All you little biotches who yap about the Steelers and steroids don’t know your history–and you make yourself look laughably stupid.

    Google the “1960 Chargers and steroids” or a man named ‘Alvin Roy”and get your facts straight.

    I’m a die-hard Steelers fan, and, if you do a little research you can trace the connection between Sid Gillman and Tom Landry who hired Roy as the Cowboys “strength coach” in the early ’70s. Who else was on Gillman’s staff–Chuck Noll, Al Davis, Don Coryell, George Allen.

    Noll DCed at Baltimore for Shula. Gillman’s coaching forest is as thick as anyones and the use of Dianabol was league wide 10 years before the Steelers dynasty.

    All the teams who won in the 70′s were using the same drug. The weights of the Steelers line don’t differ from any other teams’.

    If you believe the Steelers were alone you are naive and uninformed.

    As far as you jag-offs who exploit the 19 deaths of former Steelers, you can find the facts here:

    http://www.deepintosports.com/2011/02/04/pittsburgh-steelers-dirty-or-not-part-3-nfl-football/

    14 of those deaths had absolutely zero to do with steroids. 5 had a direct, documented connection.

    Get your facts straight before you open your mouth.

  18. steelertom says: Jun 5, 2011 2:02 PM

    Its easy to hate the best, and i dont mind if your comments are funny, but none have been. Dont quit your day jobs. It is a great idea at least pirate fans would have somthing good to look at in the summer time.

  19. steelertom says: Jun 5, 2011 2:04 PM

    “This is a horrible idea.”
    Canton, Ohio.

  20. myballsmyrules says: Jun 5, 2011 2:20 PM

    ajtexans says:
    Jun 5, 2011 1:55 PM
    I have a better suggestion: how about a few porta cans in that lot between the stadium and Bettis’ sports bar? During my one trip to Heinz Field (which was otherwise great – the 2010 opener against the Titans) I was stunned by the number of people urinating in the parking lot during the tailgate before the game like it was no big deal. Some even brought cardboard boxes so their wives and girlfriends could squat in the privacy of these makeshift shelters between vehicles.
    ***************************************
    LMAO
    Did you expect anything different? Thats normal everyday life for Steeler fans. You should see their yards at their homes. You’d think each home had a hundred dogs, but the turds ain’t from dogs. :lol:

  21. abninf says: Jun 5, 2011 2:35 PM

    It would increase the tourism to Pittsburgh from 5 people per year to 10.

  22. myballsmyrules says: Jun 5, 2011 2:37 PM

    @ajtexans

    Now you know why its called $hittsburgh . The most uncivilized city with the most uncivilized fans.

  23. schmitty2 says: Jun 5, 2011 2:47 PM

    I wonder if Hines Ward’s Dancing with the Stars trophy will be on display

  24. laxer37 says: Jun 5, 2011 2:56 PM

    The Steelers already have a museum. It’s in Canton, Ohio.

  25. purdueman says: Jun 5, 2011 3:06 PM

    If they do, the Steelers MUST add an exactly replica bathroom of the one from that bar that Big Ben raped the drunk co-ed. That would make it worth the price of admission alone!

  26. Deb says: Jun 5, 2011 4:20 PM

    The museum is an excellent idea. My family would make a special trip to visit it.

    @myballsmyrules …

    You’re being a jackass. What else is new.

    @krow101 …

    Apparently no one told you steroids were legal in the NFL from the late 1960s, when they first came into widespread use, until the ban was applied in the late 1980s. Players from all teams, including yours used steroids, including a couple of Steeler players. When everyone has the same advantages, it’s called an even playing field. And when all things are equal, the wins are earned fair and square. You’ll have to find something else to whine about. I’m sure it won’t be difficult for you.

    @purdueman …

    Being familiar with you from the college side, I know it won’t be difficult for you to find things to whine about. When a woman has a medical exam that shows she didn’t have intercourse, then she wasn’t raped. And it does a disservice to actual rape victims when people like you make those kind of slobbering comments. Please go back to trying to list accomplished players who came out of Purdue. You left out Rod Woodson.

  27. purdueman says: Jun 5, 2011 4:25 PM

    With today’s technology, if the Steelers do include a “Big Ben (replica bar) Bathroom”, they could also make it an “interactive exhibit”, from which fans can use a simulator featuring a digital replica of Ben to try various positions from which to boink that drunk co-ed.

    Even though I think it likely happened with Ben sitting on his royal throne, I’m sure that the room was big enough for several other positions to work nicely too!

  28. purdueman says: Jun 5, 2011 4:43 PM

    Deb: Not trying to offend you or anyone else; just reminding everyone of the hypocriticy of a guy who sold his image hard as being a true Christian.

    True Christians would NEVER put themselves in such a predicament, much less traumatize the young lady.

    As an aside, if Ben was using protection, wouldn’t that totally negate any post attack medical tests? That round ring impression on the outside of Ben’s wallet didn’t just get there by itself you know!

  29. purdueman says: Jun 5, 2011 4:50 PM

    Explanation of my last post for you ladies out there. For those of you who may not be aware of it, one of the first things guys are told in frat houses is to always carry a condom with them in their wallets in order to be prepared in case they get unexpectedly “lucky”.

    Personally I find the behavior that I frequently saw occurring at most frat houses on more than one college campus to be reprehensible, but many of the “brothers” were rich kids who felt that they could do anything that they wanted to, especially when it came to women.

    Ben of course is proud of being a past frat-rat, so it doesn’t take much imagination in order to connect the dots as to what likely happened in that bar that night.

  30. purdueman says: Jun 5, 2011 4:53 PM

    Deb: Thanks for the reference to Rod Woodson; I was only posting past Purdue QB’s, most of whom went on to make it in the NFL though.

    In addition to Purdue being known as “The Cradle of Quarterbacks”, Purdue has produced many other All Pro and starting NFL players other than QB’s, Woodson being just a shining example of that.

  31. krow101 says: Jun 5, 2011 5:11 PM

    I love how the Steelers fans admit to the steroid abuse. Oh sure, they do the old ‘everyone was doing it’ excuse. But at least they don’t deny it any more.

    And by the way… every team was not doing it on a mass scale … just the Steelers.

    Face it … that’s how you won … everyone knows it … you even know it. Roids baby … it’s the roids.

  32. thetooloftools says: Jun 5, 2011 5:13 PM

    What.. are they going to have a big needle statue?
    Google Steelers and steroids.
    I’m not kidding.

  33. ajtexans says: Jun 5, 2011 5:38 PM

    Sorry … 2009 opener, my bad. Again, everything about my Heinz experience was great except for that one major drawback.

  34. paulieorkid says: Jun 5, 2011 5:53 PM

    @ ajtexans who said:
    Jun 5, 2011 1:55 PM
    I have a better suggestion: how about a few porta cans in that lot between the stadium and Bettis’ sports bar? During my one trip to Heinz Field (which was otherwise great – the 2010 opener against the Titans) I was stunned by the number of people urinating in the parking lot during the tailgate before the game like it was no big deal. Some even brought cardboard boxes so their wives and girlfriends could squat in the privacy of these makeshift shelters between vehicles. Then after the game, having to wade through that stew to get back to the car was absolutely disgusting… (the current ‘Great Hall’ with the Lombardi’s and Steeler great locker replicas is great)

    —–

    Cute comment (especially about the cardboard boxes), but the Steelers ’10 game was AT Tennessee.

    Nice try champ.

  35. bensstinkyfingers says: Jun 5, 2011 6:30 PM

    They would get a bigger draw opening a seasonal haunted house-With attractions such as Big Bens Bathroom of Whorrors where you must escape before being violated, Polamalos Drag queen Dungeon, where you must make your way through a web like maze of pubic hair, Roid Rage Zombie Room, Hines Ward cheapshot in the back Bonanza, Franco Harris Meatball Mania, Terry Bradshaw Hillbilly from Hell exhibit, then as you leave the Heinz Ketchup volcano erupts spewing a mixture of ketchup, benny batter, head and shoulders shampoo, and of course steroids, all over unsuspecting guests. you will then be cleaned off by one of those super cool terrible towels of course. Great Idea Huh Pissburgh .

  36. purdueman says: Jun 5, 2011 7:24 PM

    Great post, bens…!!!

    @ajt… with respect to you witnessing several Steeler fans unabashedly urinating in the parking lots, you have to cut them some slack because outside of the major hotels and the corporate buildings downtown, much of Pittsburgh I hear still doesn’t have indoor plumbing.

    Hence, peeing outdoors is just the natural thing to do, but I’m kindof surprised that those Steeler fans knew hot to without the aid of a tree or two to take aim at!!!

  37. mistrezzrachael says: Jun 5, 2011 7:53 PM

    Anytime I’ve visited stadiums, have always tried to view HOF…and would do so in Pittsburgh…Just hope they’d add some displays of before & after Bens’ finding god…as his ‘saving’ himself for his new wife just gets me teary eyed.

    Every time I read a comment from DEB..it’s followed up w/a ..WTF???? I cannot imagine anyone, male or female…thats as dumb.

    First off..DEB…Steelers DID bring steroids into NFL, and was not a few…was many. Then Chargers followed..then everyone within a few years.

    Again DEB..glad Ben’s BS has changed his image in Pittsburgh..but rest of country doesn’t buy it…He raped @ least 2 women, though that doesn’t count when saving yourself for new wifey does it.???? He’s as phony as you are…Nor does walking around a bar w/little Ben [ barely, it's not big enough] exposed, as if thats what he needed to do to attract a drunk mouth.

    Every time I read your postings…you expose your IQ as the level of a field mouse.

  38. Deb says: Jun 5, 2011 10:16 PM

    @purdueman …

    I don’t know anything about whether Ben is a “true” Christian and neither do you. That’s something only God can judge. However, I’m a journalist who has thoroughly researched both the Milledgeville case and the Nevada civil suit. The woman in Nevada filed a civil suit for $3 million a year after a one-night stand with Roethlisberger. She sent text messages to friends the day after the alleged rape saying she couldn’t wait to see Roethlisberger again. The text messages have been filed with the court, and alone are sufficient evidence their sex was consensual. However, there is additional evidence supporting Roethlisberger.

    Multiple witnesses stated that the Milledgeville woman followed Roethlisberger from bar to bar, propositioning him in graphic language throughout the evening. She was alone with him for less than 10 minutes and afterward alleged vaginal rape. The medical exam showed she had not had intercourse with anyone during that time frame. No rape occurred. Other stories spun by her companions, such as the tale about the bodyguard at blocking the bathroom door, were refuted by all the other witnesses in the club. In explaining why he was not pressing charges, the prosecutor said he hoped the woman and her friends had learned their lesson.

    As a rape survivor myself and someone who has worked with many other rape victims, I’m deeply offended by women who make false accusations out of greed or a desperate need for attention or revenge. They do not deserve your sympathy, and particularly in the case of the Georgia women, should have been prosecuted. Everything I’ve posted here is available in the police files that were released to the public more than a year ago.

  39. Deb says: Jun 5, 2011 10:25 PM

    @mistrezzrachael …

    My posts speak to my my intellect … just as yours speak to pitiful attempts to use me to get attention.

    Ever hear of Lyle Alzado? He didn’t play for the Steelers or the Chargers but for the Browns, Broncos, and Raiders. He was the player primarily responsible for raising awareness about the dangers of steroid use and ultimately getting them banned. He began using steroids in 1969 and said 90 percent of the league was using them. But don’t let anything like research get in the way of your purposeless rants.

  40. bensstinkyfingers says: Jun 5, 2011 11:04 PM

    Amen Mistrezz, You speak for many many, Ijust found God too after reading your post.

  41. hobartbaker says: Jun 5, 2011 11:51 PM

    Museum of the Modern Art (II)

  42. melonnhead says: Jun 6, 2011 8:57 AM

    I’m a die-hard Steelers fan, and, if you do a little research you can trace the connection between Sid Gillman and Tom Landry who hired Roy as the Cowboys “strength coach” in the early ’70s.

    ——————————————————

    Yeah Alvin Roy lasted three seasons with the Cowboys and they won jack while he was there. However they did win a Super Bowl two years before he got there and another two years after he left.

  43. melonnhead says: Jun 6, 2011 8:59 AM

    He began using steroids in 1969 and said 90 percent of the league was using them. But don’t let anything like research get in the way of your purposeless rants.

    ——————————————————

    There’s no way he could possibly know that. It smacks of a “everybody was doing it so I did it too” defense.

  44. Deb says: Jun 6, 2011 10:32 AM

    @melonnhead …

    He wasn’t defending himself at the time he said it. He was no longer a player, a shell of his former self, dying, and trying to get the league to ban steroids. No, he couldn’t know that. Obviously that was a blanket statement, not an actual statistic. But as a former Pro Bowl player with three different teams he would have known steroids were in widespread use during the 70s before the ban. That has been well-documented by football historians and that was the point of my comment. I was simply correcting the misinformation being spewed by a trashy fool who stalks me all over the boards calling me names and blathering nonsense.

    What sad is that regardless of the subject–in this case, a possible museum at Heinz Field–Steelers fans can’t discuss the topic because vulgar idiots like “bensstinkyfingers” (doesn’t than name say it all? :roll: ) storm the threads making ignorant comments about rapes that didn’t occur (per the authorities), and steroid use common to the entire league 40 years ago. I’ve never gone onto another team’s threads to behave that way … perhaps because I’m no longer in junior high.

  45. gairzo says: Jun 6, 2011 12:17 PM

    melonnhead says:
    Jun 6, 2011 8:57 AM

    Yeah Alvin Roy lasted three seasons with the Cowboys and they won jack while he was there. However they did win a Super Bowl two years before he got there and another two years after he left.
    =============

    Melonhead, just to clarify, I am in no way indicting any team, although my hate for the Cowboys is unmatched.

    I was using documented facts about Roy’s connections to the Chargers and all the coaches under Gillman–including Chuck Noll.

    The indisputable fact is steroids–anything really–was not banned by the NFL.

    There is documented evidence the Chargers/Roy introduced steroids into the league 15 years before the Steelers won a Super Bowl.

    Of course, the Steelers were using, but the practice didn’t start with them and most linemen in the league were doing Dianabol, too.

    None of you Steeler haters let facts get in the way of your stupidity.

  46. purdueman says: Jun 6, 2011 12:37 PM

    The only thing that any of us know about Big Ben’s pass sexual mis-conduct is the two incidents that have gone public.

    A leopard doesn’t change its’ spots, so I’m sure that Big Ben had plenty more opportunistic conquests with “Little Ben” leading the way. It’s the oldest frat house trick in the book; spike the party punch with 100 proof vodka and rum and then invite a lot of freshman chicks to your parties, get them drunk and then bang ‘em.

    These girls wake up the next morning not exactly sure of what happened or who was involved and are too embarrassed and/or humiliated to go to the campus police (especially when they can’t remember who jumped on them).

    As for Deb? I wish more ladies would participate in these forums. Everyone is entitled to their opinions, but I implore all of you to keep the personal attacks out of the conversation, as after all none of us really know one another.

  47. purdueman says: Jun 6, 2011 12:44 PM

    I have a bit of a different take on past flagrant steroid us on the part of professional athletes.

    I recently read where there’s less than 40 players, coaches and managers combined currently in the major leagues who had achieved a college degree (including only a 2 year tech degree).

    What we’re dealing with here folks are jocks, not rocket scientists. Most jocks passionate to succeed who are on the second tier or lower in terms of natural size and God given talent will do practically anything to make it in the NFL, NBA or MLB.

    So back in the naive days when there was no drug testing (or for that matter even published standards), I find it hard to fault guys who pushed the envelop; the difference in pay between AAA and MLB is HUGE you know, as is the difference between playing in the Arena League and the NFL.

    What I won’t ever forgive though is the cheats who flat out lied about their use, many of whom even today defiantly continue to deny it. This list includes Clemens, Sosa, Palmeiro and of course the leader of the pack, Barroid.

  48. Deb says: Jun 6, 2011 3:47 PM

    @purdueman …

    I appreciate the kind words.

    All we really know about Roethlisberger is that he’s sometimes behaved like a jerk in public, and per the authorities and considerable evidence, two women have made false accusations of rape against him, neither of which involved use of a date-rape drug. False allegations against superstar athletes is not uncommon and don’t suggest anything other than Roethlisberger should remember his celebrity makes him a target and try acting like a grownup. Since he’s getting married in a month, perhaps these incidents have helped him mature. And since he and his fiancee have dated on and off for five years, I expect she knows him better than the speculating public.

  49. bensstinkyfingers says: Jun 7, 2011 1:38 AM

    Jun 6, 2011 3:47 PM
    @purdueman …

    I appreciate the kind words.

    All we really know about Roethlisberger is that he’s sometimes behaved like a jerk in public, and per the authorities and considerable evidence, two women have made false accusations of rape against him, neither of which involved use of a date-rape drug. False allegations against superstar athletes is not uncommon and don’t suggest anything other than Roethlisberger should remember his celebrity makes him a target and try acting like a grownup. Since he’s getting married in a month, perhaps these incidents have helped him mature. And since he and his fiancee have dated on and off for five years, I expect she knows him better than the speculating public.
    ————————————–
    Blah Blah Blah, How many time have you typed these same tired so called” facts” since Benny got in hot water? Sounds too much like a Mommy trying to protect her baby. Or someone so starstruck / infatuated with a celebrity that they don’t want to consider that the person could actually have done what he was accused of. As for being a journalist, trolling PFT and posting your “opinion” doesn’t constitute being a “Journalist”. So enlighten us common folk what publication you write for so we can enjoy your work. Yeahh thought so, Also,give Ben our best regards at his wedding, I’m sure you’re invited, being so privy to his comings and goings, or since you are a “journalist” maybe you can use your press credentials to get an exclusive on the wedding right.?And then it was time to wake up fraud, sell your B.S. to the Mindless Steeler fans, they’re the only ones buying your nonsense.

  50. semperfi24 says: Jun 7, 2011 4:11 PM

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!! I love it. Allow me to summarize:

    Steeler “hater”: The Steelers were all roided up!”

    Steeler fan: “No they werent!”

    10 years later….
    Steeler “hater”: The Steelers were all roided up!”

    Steeler fan: “Everyone was doing it, so it makes it a level playing field”

    Steeler fan: “The Pats are cheaters and should lose their trophies”

    Pats fan: “Everyone was doing it, so its a level playing field”

    Steeler fan:”That excuse only counts when we use it!”

  51. Deb says: Jun 7, 2011 5:11 PM

    @bensstinkyfingers …

    Not that it’s any of your business, but I think Roethlisberger has been a jackass who doesn’t work hard enough. And I’m a grown woman, not a teenager who gets “starstruck.”

    I’m not posting my opinion, but the conclusions of the authorities and materials from extensive police files, which were released to the public more than a year ago. I assumed McNulty was telling the truth until seeing evidence that said otherwise. As a rape victim myself, I usually believe the woman. Because I the evidence showed her story was bogus, I was more skeptical about the Georgia story.

    Now there is nothing to consider. The woman had a medical exam that showed she didn’t have intercourse with anyone. No rape occurred. That is why no charges were filed. It is not my fault you are too stupid and blinded by football hatreds to grasp info you could easily check with the public record.

    I’ll continue to post the facts from the public record as long as people like you post inaccurate information. It is wrong to falsely accuse a man of a heinous crime just because you don’t like his football team.

    Nothing I say on here makes me a journalist. A journalism degree and years working in all aspects of the business make me a journalist.

    How many times do you have to keep reading my posts? Zero. You’re free to skip them.

  52. Deb says: Jun 7, 2011 5:17 PM

    @semperfi24 …

    If you were in the Marines, I hope you understood the difference between summarizing orders and fabricating them … but I doubt it. I’ve never been stupid enough to say no Steelers from the 70s used steroids because they were in common use. And much as I hate the Pats, I’ve always defended them against those ridiculous accusations. They earned their trophies through superior play, just as we did.

  53. Steeler's Will says: Jun 7, 2011 6:16 PM

    mistrezzrachael says:
    Jun 5, 2011 7:53 PM

    “First off..DEB…Steelers DID bring steroids into NFL, and was not a few…was many. Then Chargers followed..then everyone within a few years.”

    Reba, you aren’t going to win yourself a man talking about football if you can’t back it up.

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