Former Steelers center dies in Florida
By Wire Reports
Published: Saturday, Dec. 29, 2012, 12:52 p.m.
LAKELAND, Fla. — Former Steelers center and coach Chuck Cherundolo died in Florida at age 96.
Cherundolo died of heart failure Dec. 22 in Lakeland, his daughter said Saturday.
Cherundolo played for the Steelers in the 1940s, taking a break to serve in the Navy during World War II. In 2007, the Steelers named him to their legends team, representing the franchise's best players through 1970. He also served as an assistant coach with the team from 1949-61.
Cherundolo played football at Penn State before beginning his pro career with the Cleveland Rams. He played for the Eagles for one season before joining the Steelers.
Jets' GM in limbo?
Decision time is here for Jets owner Woody Johnson.
With his team about to finish its first losing season since he and general manager Mike Tannenbaum hired coach Rex Ryan in 2009, Johnson must decide whether he needs to make any changes to address the problems that led to a second straight year in which the Jets failed to reach the playoffs.
Neither Johnson nor team president Neil Glatt will discuss Tannenbaum's status until after the Jets conclude their season in Buffalo on Sunday. Tannenbaum, through a team spokesman, declined to comment about his situation.
The Patriots activated defensive lineman Jermaine Cunningham and signed wide receiver Kamar Aiken and defensive back Malcolm Williams from the practice squad.
The team also released defensive lineman Ron Brace.
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