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Mike Webster

Biography

Regarded as by many to become the greatest middle in professional football history. He spent the majority of his career using the Pittsburgh Steelers and was called to 9 Pro Bowls. He was a dominating middle in the best 10 Meeting while playing university soccer for the University or college of Wisconsin. He received four Super Bowls using the Steelers and spent the final 2 yrs of his profession using the Kansas Town Chiefs before retiring following the 1990 time of year. Had four kids along with his ex-wife Pam. Like a middle, he spent the majority of my career safeguarding Terry Bradshaw.

Quick Facts


Full Name Mike Webster
Date Of Birth March 18, 1952
Died September 24, 2002, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Place Of Birth Tomahawk, WI
Height 1.86 m
Weight 116 kg
Profession Football Player
Education Rhinelander High School, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Nationality American
Spouse Pamela Webster
Children Garrett, Hillary, Colin, Brooke
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1 Father of Colin Webster and Garrett Webster.
2 Voted to the All-Time NFL Team in 2000.
3 Professional football player. Center with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1974-1988) and Kansas City Chiefs (1989-1990).
4 Inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame July 26, 1997, along with Mike Haynes, Wellington Mara, and Don Shula.
5 Grew up on a farm in Tomahawk, Wisconsin, 18 miles from his rural school, Rylander High School.
6 Attended the University of Wisconsin.


Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The NFL on NBC 1976-1988 TV Series Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center / Himself - Pittsburg hSteelers Center
ESPN's Sunday Night Football 1988 TV Series Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center
NFL Monday Night Football 1976-1985 TV Series Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center
1984 AFC Championship Game 1985 TV Special Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center
The NFL on CBS 1983 TV Series Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center
Super Bowl XIV 1980 TV Movie Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center
1979 AFC Championship Game 1980 TV Special Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center
Super Bowl XIII 1979 TV Movie Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center
1978 AFC Championship Game 1979 TV Special Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center
1976 AFC Championship Game 1976 TV Movie Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center
Super Bowl X 1976 TV Special Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Frontline 2013 TV Series documentary Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers
Head Games 2012 Documentary Himself

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