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Actor Jason Momoa shows some Steelers love, posts photos with players

Frank Carnevale
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Jason Momoa was on the sidelines of Heinz Field before the start of the Pittsburgh Steelers - Los Angeles Rams game Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019.

Actor Jason Momoa was on the sidelines of Heinz Field before the start of the Pittsburgh Steelers – Los Angeles Rams game Sunday.

In a video posted the Steelers Instagram page, the actor says, “I’m pretty stoked right now. Look at this,” as he pans the camera to show the stadium. “I’m like a little kid. I love the Steelers. Let’s go.” Then fist pumping the camera.

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The Steelers also posted a video to Facebook showing Momoa and Lynn Swann waving the Terrible Towels and chanting “Here we go, Steelers!” before the game.

Momoa posted photos on his own Instagram account with Ben Roethlisberger, James Conner, and former players “Mean” Joe Greene and Mel Blount, captioning the post with, “STEELERS NATION @steelers is blowing my mind i’m in love with pittsburgh what a town mahalo to all the amazing people who make it feel like home. aloha j.”

Momoa is filming a new Netflix movie called “Sweet Girl” in Pittsburgh. They will be filming at PNC Park this month – and extras are needed Nov. 19-21 for the filming of a baseball scene.

Momoa, who is known for his roles in “Aquaman” and “Game of Thrones,” will star and produce “Sweet Girl,” a thriller about a man who is trying to protect his daughter while bringing to justice the people responsible for his wife’s death.

Frank Carnevale is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Frank via Twitter .

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