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    ASK THE STEELERS LAWRENCE TIMMONS

    From Brad Mulvihill in Savannah, Georgia: Which fellow team member from last year had the most influence on you and why?

    Lawrence Timmons: The whole linebacker group helped me. They always look out for each other. Thats what I like about being in that group. Coach (Keith) Butler was real patient with me, him and (Dick) LeBeau and I am thankful to them for that.

    From Robert Whiteman in Bellwood, Pennsylvania; What player past or present would you compare your playing style to?

    Lawrence Timmons: Thats a hard question. I dont know that one. I dont like to compare myself to others.

    From Ed Walton in San Jose, California: Do you feel prepared to be a starter and what is your plan to crack the starting line up?

    Lawrence Timmons: I am just trying to take it day by day and do what I have to do to help this team out. That is my main concern.

    From Ron Bridges: How intimidating can it be at times to know that youre following a long tradition of outstanding linebackers that have played for the Steelers?

    Lawrence Timmons: Its a great tradition you hear about all of the time. The defense all the way from the 70s was real good. I just like that tradition and I just want to help it come along still.

    From Arthur Williams, III in Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Are you satisfied with your rookie season and in what areas do you feel that you need to improve?

    Lawrence Timmons: I am very satisfied with it. In life you always learn from something that is tougher and brings adversity. That is what I like. You dont get anything out of life if its always good. You learn. Thats how I look at it.

    From Glenn Goldberg in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania: How long did it take you last season to hit the brick wall that rookies hit coming out of college?

    Lawrence Timmons: It is a long season. I would say around the 12th week. But I did well. I think I handled it pretty well.

    From Paul Kimble in South Fayette Township, Pennsylvania: What is your greatest strength, rushing the passer or stopping the run?

    Lawrence Timmons: I like rushing the passer best. I like sacks. Everybody loves sacks.

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    Re: ASK THE STEELERS LAWRENCE TIMMONS

    (Bad word) LeBeau

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    Re: ASK THE STEELERS LAWRENCE TIMMONS

    Quote Originally Posted by Jigawatts
    (Bad word) LeBeau
    ...He's a bad mo-fo!......

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    Re: ASK THE STEELERS LAWRENCE TIMMONS

    Quote Originally Posted by Jigawatts
    (Bad word) LeBeau
    I see that he shares the same first name as (Bad word) Arians.

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    I'm expecting a very good season from him this year. Don't be surprised if he snags 3-4 INTs covering TEs and RBs.

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    From Bobby Boucher in Louisiana: Wh-What-What happens is, the-the-the center ha-has the ball first. And-And-And the quarterback will say, 'Hike.' That's when the c-center puts the ball in-into the hands of-of the quarterback. So, what I do is, I-I start tacklin' the quarterback, un-unless he gives the ball to-to s-somebody else, in which case, I-I try to tackle that person.

    Lawrence Timmons: Hmm? Gentlemen, which brings me to my next point: Don't smoke crack.



    Wait a minute...wrong linebacker named Lawrence T.


    NFL player locker room talk: Discussing what can be done about racial inequality and criminal justice reform.

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    According to the highest office in the country, some "very fine people" marched with torches in a violent protest in Charlottesville, but participating in a non-violent protest on a football field means you are an S.O.B. who should be fired.

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    That bad word filter needs to be fixed.

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