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:
Evan Daniels picks Washington for Jaden McDaniels
Saturday May 18, 2019
(Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports) Kentucky’s momentum with 2019 five-star forward Jaden McDaniels has officially swung the opposite direction. This morning, recruiting guru Evan Daniels put in a Crystal Ball pick in favor of the Washington, giving the Huskies six consecutive predictions on 247 Sports. Daniels joins recruiting insiders Jerry Meyer and Andrew Slater, among others, […]
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:
Tim Tebow says the 2018 UK Football squad can do something the beloved 2007 group could not: sustain success
Saturday November 03, 2018
Photo: Getty Images Back in 2007, the Kentucky Wildcats took the college football world by storm under head coach Rich Brooks. They marched their way into the top-ten of the polls, defeating elite opponents in No. 1 LSU and No. 9 Louisville, both at home. Quarterback Andre Woodson worked his way into Heisman contention and […]
Benny Snell talks about nerves, his possible role, and explains what 'Benny Snell football' is. pic.twitter.com/3mYlqBHXft
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Why the Wallabies’ Plan A isn’t working
Tuesday October 16, 2018
“He’s got a plan, we’re across that plan, we’re comfortable with it,” said Rugby Australia chief executive Raylene Castle on Wallabies coach Michael Cheika in August. Okay, then – what is it? Cheika’s Wallabies generally try to use a 1-3-3-1 pod tactic, quite similar to the All Blacks and the Springboks. The idea, eloquently explained […]
And another good look at Snell in his practice uniform: