TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The Pittsburgh Steelers are back at the Super
Bowl, and even those players here for the first time are acting
like they've been here before.
The Steelers will be playing in their seventh Super Bowl, only
one fewer than the Cowboys' record eight.
It was tough to tell the rookies from the veterans as the team
arrived in town for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals.
They weren't overwhelmed with the media throng, and knew how to
handle the large crowds of Steelers fans who drove by their Tampa
hotel cheering "Here we go, Steelers."
Half of the Steelers' starters remain from three years ago,
including quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, when Pittsburgh beat
Seattle in the Super Bowl in Detroit.