Benny Snell is officially a Pittsburgh Steeler, and now, he has the jersey to show for it.
Invited to the NFLPA Rookie Premiere in partnership with Panini trading cards, Snell suited up in his official white, black, and yellow gameday uniform for the very first time.
Here he was in the back row posing in his new No. 24 jersey:
Match preview: Perth Glory vs Sydney FC
Saturday May 18, 2019
So the A-League grand final has finally arrived, and it has arrived in spectacular style. It started off with the domination of what looked like an ‘easy’ win for Melbourne Victory against Wellington Phoenix. There was then the gripping contest that was Adelaide United versus Melbourne City, where Ben Halloran’s goal in the 119th minute […]
They haven’t been released to the public yet, but Snell also got the photos taken for his rookie trading card.
Back on May 8, the former Wildcat superstar signed a 4-year deal with the Steelers worth a reported $3.2 million.
Not long after, he met with the Pittsburgh media to talk about what he’ll bring to the table as a running back in the NFL.
In this interview, we got to hear from third-person Benny and see footage from his early appearances at Rookie Training Camp:
Socceroos pump Kuwait to give Arnold dream start as coach
Monday October 15, 2018
Graham Arnold got the statement win he wanted in his first match back in charge of the Socceroos as they brushed aside Kuwait 4-0. An own goal by defender Khalid Mohamed Ibrahim gave the visitors the perfect start after 12 minutes with Apostolos Giannou, Tom Rogic and debutant Awer Mabil all finding the net in […]
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Rugby Australia is turning into Fort Freefall
Wednesday December 12, 2018
There’s one burning question from the rugby faithful which I keep answering: “Who is Rugby AU chairman Cameron Clyne?” Clyne was a genuine and highly-respected heavyweight in the banking industry before he retired, but he’s a proven paperweight as a rugby administrator. The axing of the Western Force from Super Rugby and the ongoing farce […]
And another good look at Snell in his practice uniform: