Rocky Bleier

NFL Legend - Pittsburgh Steelers
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Former NFL running back and Vietnam Veteran. 4X Super Bowl winner! Go Steelers!! πŸš€πŸˆ
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To: Mark and Brandt Anderson

"Thank you for doing that redo, all I did was snip the audio ..."

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Fathers Day
1:48
To: Mark and Brandt Anderson

"Hey there Rocky, your video was incredibly genuine, you’re a..."

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Fathers Day
1:51
To: "Red" Mills

"Rock,my brother is crying. Can't wait until dad sees it..Rog..."

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Fathers Day
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Wedding anniversary
3:30
To: Jeff Cable

"Thank you so much. That was awesome. He forgot our annivers..."

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Birthday
1:27
To: Rebecca

"Thank you for recording a wonderful video so quickly. I can’..."

About Rocky Bleier

Robert "Rocky" Bleier is an American former professional American football player. He was a National Football League (NFL) halfback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1968 and from 1970 to 1980. Bleier rejoined the Steelers in camp in 1970. He was put on injured reserve for the season, but returned in 1971 and played on special teams. He spent several seasons trying to get increased playing time, and was waived on two occasions. But Bleier never gave up, and said that he worked hard so that "some time in the future you didn't have to ask yourself 'what if?'". An offseason training regimen brought Bleier back to 212 lb (96 kg) in the summer of 1974, and he earned a spot in the Steelers' starting lineup. Since Preston Pearson was wearing number 26 (the number Bleier wore his rookie season before he went to Vietnam), Bleier switched to number 20 when he returned to the team. After Pearson was traded to the Dallas Cowboys in 1975, Bleier kept the number 20, with which he had become associated. Get connected with him through memmo, and receive celebrity messages or celebrity video messages. Request for a personalized video message from Rocky Bleier in the form of a birthday message, greetings, wishes, or shout-out.