What Pittsburgh Steelers Player Has Gone To The Most Pro Bowls?

Being picked to go to the Pro Bowl is acknowledgment to a player that they are one of the best at their position during a given year. The Pittsburgh Steelers have had a number of great players over the years, especially when looking back at their dominant teams from the 1970s. Some great players that have been members of the Pittsburgh Steelers include Franco Harris, Terry Bradshaw, Rod Woodson, Jack Lambert, Jerome Bettis, Terry Bradshaw, John Stallworth, Lynn Swann, Hines Ward, Ben Roethlisberger, Donnie Shell, Louis Lipps, and more. What Steelers player though has been selected to the most Pro Bowls though?

With 10 selections in 11 seasons, “Mean” Joe Greene is the leader in this category. Four players are tied for second with nine Pro Bowl selections, they are Ernie Stautner, Franco Harris, Mike Webster, and Jack Lambert.

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  1. Joe Greene was the greatest Steeler ever, too. He was the heart and soul of that 70s dynasty. He was one of the senior players, if not THE senior man on the squad from about 1977, on. Rightly so, Joe should have the most Pro Bowls. He was a finalist for Head Coach when the Steelers selected Bill Cowher. I always have wondered how he would have done at the job. Have a Coke and a Smile!

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