Legends of Pittsburgh Cruise

Pittsburgh Sports

Dermontti Dawson

Center (1988-00)
Known for his legendary nickname "Dirt" for the way he would try to grind defenders into the ground. Dawson was named to 7 straight Pro Bowls.*

Dine with Dermontti Dawson

Barry Foster

Running Back (1990-94)
In 1992 Barry completed a legendary rushing season, finishing with a team record 1,690 yards. He also had a record 12 100-yard games that season. No. 29 was named to 2 Pro Bowls during his career.*

Dine with Barry Foster

Frenchy Fuqua

Running Back (1970-76)
Fuqua become part of NFL history as the intended target for Terry Bradshaw's pass that resulted in the legendary Immaculate Reception.  He is remembered for being one of the flashiest dressers in the NFL.*

Dine with Frenchy Fuqua

Joe Greene

Defensive Tackle (1969-81)
Legendary could be his middle name. “Mean Joe” is widely thought of as the greatest Steeler of all-time. Named to the NFL’s 75th Anniversary All-Time team, Joe also was named to 10 Pro Bowls. He was the defensive anchor for 4 Super Bowl victories (IX, X, XIII and XIV). The team has retired his number 75.*

Chef's Table with Joe Greene

Casey Hampton

Nose Tackle (2001-12)
“Big Snack” is returning this year to reclaim the title of Belly Flop Champion. Casey was the number 1 draft pick for the team in 2001. Recorded a sack in Super Bowl XL that sealed the game. Casey was named to five Pro Bowls during his career.*

Dine with Casey Hampton
Beach Party with Casey Hampton

Jeff Hartings

Center (2001-06)
Jeff joined the Steelers in 2001, where he was selected in the 1st round in the 1996 NFL draft out of Penn State. At PSU Jeff was a first-team All American (1994 and 1995). He was selected to 2 Pro Bowls and named to 2 All-Pro teams. Jeff was the offensive line center for the Super Bowl XL champions.*

Merril Hoge

Running Back (1987-1993)
Merril played 8 seasons with the Steelers after retiring in 1994. Since 1996, he has been known as a legendary on-air analyst for ESPN and short-tie aficionado.*

Dine with Merril Hoge

Chris Hoke

Defensive Tackle (2001-11)
In 2004, Hoke totaled 24 tackles and 1 sack. He was also part of the Steelers team that won Super Bowl XL. He is known for his legendary Hokie Pokie dance, which was made famous on the 2014 Steelers Cruise.*

Santonio Holmes

Wide Receiver (2006-09)
First round draft choice in 2006, Santonio was named MVP of Super Bowl XLIII after making the legendry catch in the back of the end zone with only 35 seconds left in the game.*

Dine with Santonio Holmes

Levon Kirkland

Linebacker (1992-2000)
Kirkland was a massive inside linebacker, with great speed and agility. He became a starter at inside linebacker for the Steelers in his second season, 1993. By 1995, he was recognized as one of the top inside linebackers in the league.*

Louis Lipps

Wide Receiver (1984-91)
In 1988, he had 50 catches for 973 receiving yards and 5 touchdown catches including the legendary Steel City Wonder, where he caught a ball in his facemask and scored.*

Dine with Louis Lipps

Greg Lloyd

Linebacker (1988-97)
In the 1989 season, Lloyd became a starter at outside linebacker where he excelled. Lloyd was named to five Pro Bowls and three All-Pro teams. He became the legendary, fiery leader of the Steelers defense.*

Dine with Greg Lloyd

Duval Love

Offensive Guard (1992-94)
Duval came to Pittsburgh in 1992 and made his legendary mark as he played with great talent as he lined up on offense. Duval was was named to the 1995 Pro Bowl.*

Ernie Mills

Wide Receiver (1991-96)
1995 was legendary for Ernie, as he caught thirty-nine passes for 679 yards, eight touchdowns, and over 2000 all-purpose yards helping lead the Steelers to Super Bowl XXX.*

Dine with Ernie Mills

Arthur Moats

Linebacker (2014-Present)
Arthur joined the team in 2014, he’s been in the NFL since 2010. No. 55 was an integral part of the current defense that helped the team make it to the 2015 AFC Divisional Playoffs. Arthur has a personal catch phrase, “Don’t Cross The Moats”.*

Dine with Arthur Moats

Willie Parker

Running Back (2004-09)
During Parker's second year, he earned the starting job after Bettis and Staley were out due to injuries. After multiple 100+ yard games, Parker soon became known as "Fast Willie". In Super Bowl XL, Parker scored a 75-yard touchdown, the longest rushing play in Super Bowl history.*

Dine with Willie Parker

Eli Rogers

Wide Receiver (2015-Present)
Undrafted free agent out of the University of Louisville, Eli has emerged as a reliable receiver. Had 48 receptions during the 2016 regular season for nearly 600 total yards.*

Dine with Eli Rogers

Andy Russell

Linebacker (1963-76)
This two time Super Bowl Champion (IX and X) was drafted in the 16th round out of the University of Missouri in 1963. Andy played one of the linebacker positions for the legendary Steel Curtain defense. He was named the Steelers MVP in 1971 and was a 7 time Pro Bowl selection. Andy also was selected to the All-Time Steelers Team in 2007.*

Dine with Andy Russell

JuJu Smith-Schuster

Wide Receiver (2017-Present)
The Pittsburgh Steelers selected Smith-Schuster in the second round (62nd overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft. He was ranked the fourth best wide receiver in the draft by Sports Illustrated and the fourth best wide receiver by ESPN.*

Dine with JuJu Smith-Schuster

Antwaan Randle El

Wide Receiver (2002-05, 10)
Antwaan is known for his legendary 43-yard double reverse touchdown pass to Ward in Super Bowl XL.*

Dine with Antwaan Randle El

Mike Wagner

Safety (1971-80)
He won four Super Bowls as a member of the legendary Steel Curtain defense. He won four Super Bowls, recording interceptions in Super Bowl IX and Super Bowl X.*

Dine with Mike Wagner

*All athletes are contracted for the cruise, but are subject to change.

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