Steelers LB Ryan Shazier’s wedding creates social media buzz |

Steelers LB Ryan Shazier’s wedding creates social media buzz

Tom Davidson
Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier speaks to the media Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at UPMC Rooney Sports Complex.

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier has yet to recover enough to return to the gridiron, but he was able to dance at his wedding Friday night, according to video that was spreading virally on social media.

Shazier continues his recovery from a spinal injury suffered during a December 2017 game in Cincinnati and he remains on the team’s reserve/physically unable to perform list.

Shazier wed Michelle Rodriguez in Pittsburgh and the reception was at The Pennsylvanian, Downtown, according to a post on the Steelers blog at

Actor Joe Manganiello, a Pittsburgh native, was among the guests who made posts on social media.

Steelers Nation members took to Twitter to share the love.

Tom Davidson is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tom at 724-226-4715, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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