Former Steeler Gabe Rivera dead at 57

Former Steelers defensive end Gabe Rivera died in San Antonio on Monday at the age of 57.

Rivera’s wife Nancy confirmed her husband’s death to Wholesale Jerseys Cheap KENS after earlier saying he was in critical condition since being taken to the hospital with a perforated bowel last Friday.

Rivera was a star at Texas Tech before Pittsburgh made him the 21st overall pick of the 1983 draft. Rivera’s playing career would end after just six games, however.

Cousins will be helped by one of the best receiving duos in the league, Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen, and with the return of running back Dalvin Cook from an ACL injury, these Vikings will finish at the top of the division and make a postseason run.

Barring something exceptional … that is correct, Bakari said.

Outside of the Steelers doing something to sweeten the pot for Bell during the 2018 season — he’s set to make $14.54 million — it’s hard to see Super Cheap Jerseys Fans what would change Bell’s plans at this point.

Bell struggled in the early weeks of the 2017 season, but went on to start the first 15 games before missing the regular season finale as the Steelers rested several players ahead of the playoffs. Bell led the league with 321 carries and finished the year with 1,291 rushing yards, 85 catches, 655 receiving yards and 11 overall touchdowns.

As to the on-field production, the Steelers now must consider whether they’ll truly get the best out of Bell in 2018. Sure, he’s saying all the right things. But will he be making business decisions between the white lines, especially as the calendar slides to November and December?

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