Faneca set to move on after 10 seasons

Feb 25, 2008 Full story: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“You spend 10 years somewhere and, you know, you go through the things you've been through with the guys there -- 10 years is a long time to make friends inside and outside the organization”

Those weren't dollar signs Alan Faneca saw yesterday, but a decade's worth of memories. via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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#1 Mar 4, 2008
in a way pgh is like a mini ny, what with the carnegie stuff and all, i think alan will fit in well and his wife will reallly like ny, but at first she won,t, so alan will have to hear about that everynight! he's a really tough dude, hustles on every play, always seem to get the best of the other guy when pulling right or left. hope our o-line can play well next season, don't we need a center?

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