During this year's Hall of Fame induction weekend, a few former Steelers demonstrated the importance of fitness and activity.
The Steelers were behind a project to bring back sculptures from the Manchester Bridge.
Steelers WR Antonio Brown hosted a celebrity softball game to benefit Children's Hospital Foundation.
The Steelers and the Urban Impact Foundation hit the field with local kids to help build confidence and relationships.
Steelers rookies made a visit to the Mel Blount Youth Home in Claysville, PA.
Former Steelers TE Heath Miller held his annual mini golf charity event benefiting Project Bundle Up.
The Ronald McDonald House unveiled new rooftop viewfinders, donated by Steelers LB Arthur Moats.
The Steelers' 2016 rookie class visits patients at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
Steelers LB Arthur Moats and his family, along with a couple teammates bring board games and laughter to the Ronald McDonald House.
Steelers WR Antonio Brown is holding a celebrity softball game to raise funds for Children's Hospital.