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Ryan Shazier joins Malcolm Jenkins as honorary captains at Ohio State Spring Game

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The Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl linebacker was back at his old stomping grounds in Ohio for the Buckeyes’ Spring Game.

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Ryan Shazier won’t be playing football in 2018, but it doesn’t mean he won’t be around football. Not only is he helping the Pittsburgh Steelers in a variety of ways through coaching and scouting, he recently joined Malcolm Jenkins as honorary captains at the Ohio State Spring Game.

Check out some photos of the event:

Shazier would give up a lot to be back on the field preparing for the upcoming regular season with his teammates, but, with this goal in mind, he will focus on his rehabilitation in hopes of one day donning the black-and-gold again and running onto Heinz Field to play for the team who drafted him.

In the meantime, Shazier is keeping busy, and going back to share some knowledge and inspire the next crop of Ohio State players had to be a pleasure for No. 50.

As always, we here at BTSC continue to support Shazier in his rehabilitation and remind everyone to continue to SHALIEVE!