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GRILLE 36
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
jerome "The Bus" bettis
Jerome Abram "The Bus" Bettis (born February
16, 1972) is a retired American football halfback
who played for the NFL's Los Angeles/St. Louis
Rams and Pittsburgh Steelers. Bettis is
considered one of the best big backs ever due
to his footwork and power, and is currently fifth
on the National Football League's all-time
rushing list. He retired in 2006 after a Super
Bowl victory at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan,
his city of birth.
Bettis rushed for over 1,000 yards in each of his
first six seasons with the Steelers between 1996
and 2001. Included in that run were three
campaigns of over 1,300 yards. In 1997, Bettis
rushed for a career-best 1,665 yards in the
team's first 15 games. However, because the
team had already wrapped up its playoff
position, he was rested for the regular season
finale and finished 26 yards short of the team's
single-season record.
JEROME BETTIS' GRILLE 36
393 N SHORE DR
PITTSBURGH, PA 15222
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