Pittsburgh Steeler’ Heath Miller retires after 11 seasons


Heath Miller has had an incredible career. Multiple Super Bowl appearances to go with his multiple Pro Bowl trips, the Steelers tight end can retire, with a confidence in what he has accomplished. Miller has placed his name in a list that only houses 12 Tight ends. The list is of TE’s that have over 6,000-yards receiving. An impressive accomplishment.

likely walks off the field and into consideration for the Steelers’ secret cadre of unofficially retired numbers, a list that is currently populated by No. 12 (Terry Bradshaw), No. 32 (Franco Harris), No. 36 (Jerome Bettis), No. 52 (Mike Webster), No. 58 (Jack Lambert), No. 63 (Dermontti Dawson) and No. 75 (Joe Greene). Ernie Stautner’s No. 70 is officially retired. Miller walks away as the franchise’s leader in receptions, receiving yards (6,569) and touchdowns (45) by a tight end. His reception total is second best of any player in Steelers franchise history and fourth in touchdowns.” – Reported by Conor Orr

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