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Ray Horton sells Mercedes to team cafeteria worker for $20

On his final day in Pittsburgh, Ray Horton approached Maurice Matthews, a cafeteria worker at the Steelers team complex, to say goodbye and asked if he could borrow whatever money he had in his pocket. When Matthews handed over a twenty, Horton said "sold for $20!" and handed him the keys to his red 1999 Mercedes SL500 convertible. "It's just taking care of guys who took care of you," says Horton.

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