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hawaiiansteel
06-07-2012, 01:52 AM
Lamarr Woodley gets a "huge" surprise at his bachelor party

by admin
June 6, 2012

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=-J28onjwvCk

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LaMarr Woodley is a known prankster, it was only a couple of months ago where the Pittsburgh Steeler set up a wacky, yet bogus photoshoot for some of his NFL friends. Well apparently revenge is a blubbery bitch.

LaMarr is getting married this summer so his cousin Sam wanted to throw him a big, fat bachelor party, a big, fake bachelor party that is. The party begins with a game of Pictionary with a fake mentalist. Then a huge snake comes to the party to liven things up.

The party finally takes a sexy turn when an obese stripper named, “Sweet Cheeks” comes to give LaMarr some loving.

click on link below to watch:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=-
J28onjwvCk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=-J28onjwvCk)

http://mentalitymagazine.com/2012/06/06/lamarr-woodley-gets-a-huge-surprise-at-his-bachelor-party-video/

Oviedo
06-07-2012, 08:21 AM
That is great.

RuthlessBurgher
06-07-2012, 10:22 AM
The picture is enough for me...I don't have any desire to click on the video link. :wft

Oviedo
06-07-2012, 10:50 AM
The picture is enough for me...I don't have any desire to click on the video link. :wft

You need to if for no other reason to watch Wood act like a baby when the girl brings in the snake..

ikestops85
06-07-2012, 12:18 PM
Did Sweet Cheeks have on her Ben underwear? :shock:

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Crash
06-07-2012, 12:25 PM
We'll see how funny that cousin thinks it is when he asks Woodley for Super Bowl tickets. :p

steeler_fan_in_t.o.
06-07-2012, 12:29 PM
The picture is enough for me...I don't have any desire to click on the video link. :wft

Hillarious, that was my reaction as well.....Well, that and going into the restroom to wash my eyes.

BDESteel
06-07-2012, 12:55 PM
Did you hear him say, he couldn't pick her up because he'd hurt his knee. Hilarious!

NW Steeler
06-07-2012, 01:07 PM
Hillarious, that was my reaction as well.....Well, that and going into the restroom to wash my eyes.

Wash? I was considering gouging mine out! Where is that puking emoticon when we need it?

Jigawatts
06-07-2012, 01:14 PM
Can she play center?

Jooser
06-07-2012, 01:16 PM
Exactly, Dayum!!!!

:!:
Wash? I was considering gouging mine out! Where is that puking emoticon when we need it?


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squidkid
06-07-2012, 09:55 PM
i dont know what was more disappointing, the huge girl or that lamaar only had 4 dudes at his stag party

fordfixer
06-07-2012, 10:56 PM
The picture is enough for me...I don't have any desire to click on the video link. :wft
I agree with Ruthless

fordfixer
06-07-2012, 10:59 PM
We'll see how funny that cousin thinks it is when he asks Woodley for Super Bowl tickets. :p
You think the Steelers will go to the Super Bowl with a golf coach as a OC????????

Crash
06-07-2012, 11:09 PM
You think the Steelers will go to the Super Bowl with a golf coach as a OC????????

As long as he stays out of Ben and the YMC's way? Why not?

This team if they play the way they are allowed should dominate defenses.

If they have to abide by the wishes of their lawyer wanna be GM? No chance.

fordfixer
06-07-2012, 11:28 PM
As long as he stays out of Ben and the YMC's way? Why not?

This team if they play the way they are allowed should dominate defenses.

If they have to abide by the wishes of their lawyer wanna be GM? No chance.
But,............... Dick LeBeau is still the DC

Crash
06-07-2012, 11:41 PM
But,............... Dick LeBeau is still the DC

You do have a point. Hopefully we'll play to our offense's strength and LeBeau's 4th quarter scheme won't matter.

fordfixer
06-08-2012, 12:14 AM
:Blah:Blah:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes: :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

Crash
06-08-2012, 12:23 AM
That's pretty much my reaction when people "brag" about this defense.

LeBeau hand-cuffs them. If he would show as much faith in them in the final 15 minutes as he does for the first 45 we aren't having this discussion.

Jooser
06-08-2012, 06:56 AM
OMG, somebody take the batteries out of the annoy-bot please!

steelnavy
06-08-2012, 07:46 AM
As long as he stays out of Ben and the YMC's way? Why not?

This team if they play the way they are allowed should dominate defenses.

If they have to abide by the wishes of their lawyer wanna be GM? No chance.

Maybe Dan Snyder could buy the team. He is so much better at this stuff than the Roonies, right?

ikestops85
06-08-2012, 10:31 AM
Maybe Dan Snyder could buy the team. He is so much better at this stuff than the Roonies, right?

Dan Snyder? Hell no, I want the best. Give me Jerry Jones :twisted:

Crash
06-08-2012, 11:24 AM
Dan Snyder? Hell no, I want the best. Give me Jerry Jones :twisted:

Since Jones entered the NFL? Three rings to the Rooney's two.

If you guys are going to continue to use the 1970's as a crutch, then you must give Jones credit for winning MORE than the Rooney's since he came into the league.

hawaiiansteel
06-10-2012, 01:51 AM
LaMarr Woodley looks at life beyond football, Pittsburgh Steelers

Published: Saturday, June 09, 2012
by Hugh Bernreuter

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SAGINAW, MI At 27 years old, LaMarr Woodley is looking ahead to when he's an NFL senior citizen.

Like when he's 30 years old or so.

Woodley brought more than a dozen of his friends from the NFL to Saginaw High Saturday for the fifth annual LaMarr Woodley Free Football Camp.

The camp drew more than 350 youth campers, who ran drills and listened to advice from NFL players such as James Harrison, Nick Fairley, Steve Breaston, Marshawn Lynch, David Harris, Brandon Graham, Courtney Upshaw, Troy Smith and Marcell Dareus.

"He does so many things ... sometimes I don't know how he does it," Octagon Sports Public Relations and Events Director Rebecca Otto said. "He's involved in everything, from this camp to the Thanksgiving food giveaway here and in Pittsburgh, toy drives in Pittsburgh, the Sack Attack charity that gives money to kids in Pittsburgh and Saginaw."

Woodley will add to his resume this month. He is a featured celebrity on MTV's Hip Hop Squares, which will air on June 19 on MTV2.

"It was fun, and I answered a lot of questions," Woodley said. "I haven't seen it, so I don't know what it's going to look like.

"I do a lot of things like that. It was a great opportunity. Hip hop and sports go together. I enjoy it. I want to take advantage of those opportunities now because you never know how long it's going to last. You get up to 32, 33 years old and that's young for a normal person but it's old for the NFL. This isn't going to last forever."

According to Otto, Woodley was the only athlete invited to star on the hip hop takeoff on Hollywood Squares.

"He's good friends with Ludacris and Snoop ... he bowled with Ludacris on the Chris Paul charity bowling event," Otto said. "And he's been in a couple hip hop videos.

"He held his own on Hip Hop Squares, but you'd expect that. It's not just that he knows a lot of people in hip hop, he also has the personality to do it."

Woodley is one of the most prolific NFL players on Twitter and is also a regular contributor to a series of pranks on YouTube.

Still, his focus is on football. His season was cut short in 2011 by a hamstring injury, but he still finished with nine sacks.

But he was not happy with the season, which ended in the first round of the playoffs in a loss to Denver.

"The Super Bowl is what motivates me ... and losing to Denver kept us from the Super Bowl last year," Woodley said. "Nothing against Denver, but losing to them pushes me this year.

"I was very fortunate to be in two Super Bowls with one win. It's always the goal. So when people ask me a question, the focus is on the Super Bowl, whether it's about Denver or Joe Flacco with the Baltimore Ravens.

"Whatever the answer is, the focus is always the Super Bowl. Ask me about the Ravens and Flacco, and I'll say they won't make the Super Bowl. Nothing against Flacco, but they're a rival, and if they make the Super Bowl, we don't. Same with Denver. Ask me about what motivates me, and I'll tell you it's losing to Denver because it kept us from the Super Bowl."

Woodley considers any season without a Super Bowl a failure.

"It's why you play," Woodley said. "It's not about the Pro Bowl. Guys go to the Pro Bowl every year. Getting to the Super Bowl is what matters. It doesn't happen for everybody. There are great players in this league who never got to play in a Super Bowl. I've been in two.

"I'm very lucky to be a Pittsburgh Steeler. I've always been a Steelers fan. I know how fortunate I am, because every year the goal for the Pittsburgh Steelers is to win that Lombardi Trophy."

But at 27, Woodley understands that longevity in the NFL is rare.

"You've got to prepare," Woodley said. "I know this won't last forever."

http://www.mlive.com/sports/saginaw/index.ssf/2012/06/lamarr_woodley_looks_at_life_b.html

flippy
06-11-2012, 12:20 PM
All I can say is thank God Ben wasn't invited to the bachelor party :P

hawaiiansteel
06-19-2012, 02:35 AM
Steelers Records: OLB LaMarr Woodley Eyes Steelers Career Sack Leader Jason Gildon

by Neal Coolong on Jun 18, 2012

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An average 2012 season would put Steelers OLB LaMarr Woodley tied with DE Keith Willis for 3rd all time in sacks for the Steelers (59).

Willis played 126 games. Woodley would have played 86.

No other pass rusher drafted by the Steelers with at least 48 games played has as many sacks per game (.69) as Woodley, and in five seasons - he missed nearly half of 2011 with a nagging hamstring injury - already ranks 6th with 48.5 sacks.

Kevin Greene wasn't drafted by the Steelers, but he leads the franchise with .74 sacks a game.

If Woodley continues his pace of roughly 11 sacks a season, he'll overtake franchise leader Jason Gildon (77) in 2014. Woodley turns 28 years old in November, and is under contract through 2016.

It's certainly possible he not only breaks that record, but sets a pretty high mark for whomever will follow him. Judging by the way he looked pre-injury in 2011, he could break it much sooner than 2014. Woodley had nine sacks in eight games before pulling up lame midway through the Steelers' win over New England in Week 8. He was pursuing QB Tom Brady, on his way to what could have been his third sack of one of the most dominating games of his career. It was his third consecutive game with at least two sacks, but he never recovered from the injury. With Woodley went the Steelers' pass rush last season, falling to 17th in the NFL with 35. They led the league in 2010 with 48.

Teammate James Harrison (58 sacks) holds the single season record with 16, a mark Woodley was en route to breaking. A big season for him (12 sacks) would move him ahead of Joey Porter, the player he replaced in 2007, for 4th place all time.

http://www.behindthesteelcurtain.com/2012/6/18/3094193/steelers-olb-lamarr-woodley-eyes-steelers-career-sack-leader-jason

Slapstick
06-19-2012, 07:32 AM
Since Jones entered the NFL? Three rings to the Rooney's two.

If you guys are going to continue to use the 1970's as a crutch, then you must give Jones credit for winning MORE than the Rooney's since he came into the league.

That's since Jones entered the NFL...

How may rings has each won since AR II became President?

hawaiiansteel
06-20-2012, 08:26 PM
Steelers OLB LaMarr Woodley 11th Highest Paid NFL Player in 2011

by Neal Coolong on Jun 20, 2012

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According to Forbes Magazine's yearly Highest Paid Athletes article, Steelers OLB LaMarr Woodley is the 11th highest paid NFL player, and 31st highest paid athlete alive, topping out at $26.5 million in salary and endorsements in 2011.

Now Broncos QB Peyton Manning was the highest paid NFL player, topping out at $42.4 million from salary and endorsements.

Woodley received a $13 million signing bonus in 2011, along with his base salary and a few bucks ($100,000) in endorsements. He had nine sacks in eight games before a hamstring injury largely derailed his season. His 48 career sacks in five seasons is the 6th highest mark in franchise history, and turning 28 this season, he's just entering the prime of his career.

The list is usually dominated by big-prize athletes like fighters (Floyd Merriweather and Manny Pacquiao are Nos. 1 and 2) and Tiger Woods (No. 3).

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger is 43rd overall at $23.3 million, and LB Lawrence Timmons is 78th at $18.6 million.

Here are the top 11 NFL players, along with their overall rank and their reported earnings.

10. Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis Colts (now with Denver Broncos) ($42.4 million)

12. Haloti Ngata, DT, Baltimore Ravens ($37.3 million)

13. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Arizona Cardinals ($36.8 million)

14. Ndamukong Suh, DT, Detroit Lions ($36 million)

15. Charles Johnson, DE, Carolina Panthers ($34.4 million)

16. Mario Williams, DE, Houston Texans (now with Buffalo Bills) $33.2 million

22. Darrelle Revis, CB, New York Jets, $28.3 million

27. Sam Bradford, QB, St. Louis Rams, $27.8 million

28. Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots, $27.1 million

30. Eli Manning, QB, New York Giants, $26.6 million

31. LaMarr Woodley, OLB, Pittsburgh Steelers, $26.5 million

http://www.behindthesteelcurtain.com/2012/6/20/3098753/pittsburgh-steelers-lamarr-woodley-highest-paid-athletes

BradshawsHairdresser
06-20-2012, 08:59 PM
It's time for big LaMarr to give us some big production commensurate with his big pay. Thus far, he is way too inconsistent to be the 11th-highest paid NFL player. He disappears for games at a time...and I'm not talking about when he's injured.

RuthlessBurgher
06-21-2012, 10:16 AM
He's not the 11th highest paid player...he just signed a new contract this year, so they counted his entire signing bonus for this year for the purposes of this Forbes article (when signing bonuses are prorated over the life of the contract according to the NFL salary cap). Next year, when Woodley does not receive another large signing bonus, will be nowhere near the top of this lists (he'll be back in the hundreds somewhere).

hawaiiansteel
06-22-2012, 06:10 PM
LaMarr Woodley was busy this week being on MTV2′s Hip Hop Squares:

http://bleedblackandgold.com/blog/2012/06/22/steelers-round-up-hip-hop-weird-poses-and-mentors/utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BleedBlackAndGold+%28Bleed+Bl ack+and+Gold%29

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phillyesq
06-23-2012, 09:22 AM
That's since Jones entered the NFL...

How may rings has each won since AR II became President?

Slap, you won't get an answer to the question because it does not support his point.

Crash
06-23-2012, 11:22 AM
Slap, you won't get an answer to the question because it does not support his point.

Actually it does support my point. People use "6 rings" to say why the Rooney's are better than anyone.

But that's playing with a stacked deck. They had an almost 20 year HEAD START on Jerry Jones. They should have more rings than he does.

Let's be honest here, before Bradshaw showed up, this team won dick for 40 YEARS.

Then when he retired, they went another 20 years of not winning anything until Ben showed up.

Is sad as it is for some to accept? This team was founded in 1933, not 1972.

Slapstick
06-23-2012, 12:17 PM
Okay, how has your team, the Cowboys, fared over the last 15 years compared to the Steelers?

I'll give you a hint: The Cowboys have won fewer playoff games than the Steelers have won Super Bowls during that time...

And, yes, we all know that the Steelers played their inaugural season in 1933...

But, Super Bowls have only existed since just before the merger...

Since the AFL-NFL Merger, 1970-present, what team has won the most games? Most Super Bowls?

You are a fan of the greatest team in the NFL and possibly all of sports...

Enjoy it!

Crash
06-23-2012, 12:22 PM
So Super Bowls are the only criteria? Teams weren't trying to win championships prior to Super Bowls?

I enjoy being a Steelers fan. I enjoy winning and hate losing.

The problem I have, is with the mindless dimwits who thinks everything the Rooney's do is right and they know everything.

If that were true, this team, in 79 YEARS, would have won MORE.

Slapstick
06-23-2012, 12:33 PM
What other criteria is there?

The Packers have won more championships overall, but it got a lot tougher after the merger, wouldn't you agree?

I have a problem with mindless whining fans who think that they know everything...

This is a consistently great team with great ownership...enjoy it!

Crash
06-23-2012, 12:35 PM
What other criteria is there?

The Packers have won more championships overall, but it got a lot tougher after the merger, wouldn't you agree?

I have a problem with mindless whining fans who think that they know everything...

This is a consistently great team with great ownership...enjoy it!

Great ownerships don't stand by and do nothing while the commissioner of their league treats this team as it's whipping boy.

Slapstick
06-23-2012, 12:37 PM
Don't they? I know that you wouldn't, but you are not a great owner...

This "my team over the rest of the league" thinking that could one day damage the NFL far worse than anything Roger Goodell could ever do...

Crash
06-23-2012, 12:39 PM
Above the rest of the league? No. But I would damn sure fight for CONSISTENCY.

And the Rooney's don't. They sit and bend over for Goodell.