It isn’t the Super Bowl, but the Pittsburgh Steelers are well represented at the 2018 Pro Bowl. A whopping 10 players were selected by writers, players and fans—not to mention the Pittsburgh coaching staff is down in Orlando handling the AFC coaching duties for the weekend.
With the Pro Bowl being a very relaxed atmosphere, it was great to see players interacting with fans, trying out some new technology, and just taking in the fact they are surrounded by so many great players for the AFC.
If you were on Twitter, you may have seen some of this but, if not, the Steelers gave a front-row seat view to all those who wonder what a Pro Bowl practice looks like. (Hint: It looks like nothing more than a glorified walk-through...as it should.)
Check out what went down on Day 2 of Pro Bowl preparation:
Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown weigh in on our new offensive coordinator, Randy Fichtner. pic.twitter.com/DuJ4Jh0G7C— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) January 25, 2018
Fichtner: “It’s a great opportunity.” pic.twitter.com/wDvNPdoJom— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) January 25, 2018