TJ Wattsack party

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T.J. Watt of the Pittsburgh Steel Mill celebrates after a layoff against the Houstonians on the 27th. September 2020.

On Monday night, Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Joe Hayden posted a nine-second video on his Twitter account in which his son Jett mimics the firing of TJ Watt.

We have to get his file in order! But we’re working on it! @_TJWatt

– Joe Hayden (@joehaden23) 17. November 2020.

There’s no doubt that Jett Arman Hayden, who was the fourth… January 2019, when his father’s teammate picked up two bags from Cincinnati quarterback Joe Barrow.

Shortly after Joe twittered, T.J. Watt responded and noticed Jett’s potential, as well as tears of joy with a smiling face.

Thank you, brother! He will be happy if you approve

– Joe Hayden (@joehaden23) 17. November 2020.

We’ll roll over and laugh with you, Joe!

J.J. Smith-Chaster scores a touchdown for daddy.

In another recent video, Steelers receiver JuJu Smith Schuester threw the ball to his father yesterday in the stands at Heinz Field after scoring a touchdown on a pass from Ben Rothlisberger. It was a way of acknowledging your father’s birthday and a pretty accurate picture of Smith Shaster, I should add.

Touchdown ☑️
Throw the ball to your parents ☑️@TeamJuJu

– Pittsburgh Steelworks (@ Steelworks) 15. November 2020.

Robert Downey Jr. exchanging gifts with Cam Hayward

In another social media moment on Sunday, actor Robert Downey Jr. – who plays Iron Man in the Marvel movies – recorded a video to thank Cameron Hayward’s Steelers defense team for sending a playful T-shirt, and then realized he was sending Hayward a gift in kind. See below:

@CamHeyward gets a wonderful gift after @RobertDowneyJr. gets his game shirt #HereWeGo

– Pittsburgh Steelworks (@ Steelworks) 15. November 2020.

Hayward continued to share the video in his Instagram account, he writes: Well, my life @wonder has just been created! @robertdowneyjr You’re a real legend and you’re happy to know that the Ironman is a fan of the @steelers! You’ve all heard that this week… ! #ironsharpensiron

Former steel producers around NFL

In football terms, it seems that former Pittsburgh striker Dan McCullers probably made the right decision when he ended his contract with the Steelers at the beginning of the season and joined the coaching staff of Chicago Bears. McCullers was admitted to Chicago’s active team last week in a game against the Tennessee Titans and played four rounds.

On Monday evening, a six-foot Minnesota Viking came back and found a bill he hadn’t been able to settle regularly in Pittsburgh for seven years.

Meanwhile, on Monday, the Cincinnati Bengals removed former corner stallion Brian Allen from the COWID 19 reserve list and added him back to the training team. Allen was drafted by Pittsburgh in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Entry Draft, a women’s class that lost to T.D. Watt (first round), Judge Smith Chester (second round), Cameron Sutton (third round), James Conner (third round) and Josh Dobbs (fourth round).

On Monday the Bengalis also trained in the corner of Trajan Bundy. Bundy, a defender from the University of Miami, was a member of the training team in Pittsburgh in September, but was fired when the Steelers signed a defensive contract with Calvin Taylor (University of Kentucky) for a coaching staff.

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