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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012, 9:00 p.m.
 

I think Ryan Clark may be my new favorite Steeler! How refreshing to read, in Joe Starkey's column “Starkey: Can't Steelers, Ravens be friends?” (Dec. 2 and TribLIVE.com), that he says he lives his life “for God, for my family, my friends and myself ... .”

A professional athlete with the right perspective! Last I checked, football was just a game , right?

Who cares if he or any other Pittsburgh player (of any sport) visits the other team's locker room after a game? If our players give their all when they're on the field, we should be satisfied with that.

Good for Ryan. The fans who care so much about what he does when he's not on the field should go find something else to worry about.

Melissa Busler

Butler Township

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