Jarvis Jones Says Hard Work, Making Teams 1-Dimensional Key for Steelers Defense

November 5, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As part of Subway Restaurants' Famous Fan program, Pittsburgh Steelers rookie linebacker Jarvis Jones met with war veterans in conjunction with the Wounded Warrior Project. We were able to speak with Jones about the visit, about the complexities of the Dick LeBeau defense and about the Steelers' struggles this year. 
Here's what Jones had to say. 
Bleacher Report: As a Subway Famous Fan, you visited wounded veterans in the hospital recently. Can you tell me about how that went?
Jarvis Jones: It was a group of 50, 60 wounded veterans and we just got to know each other a little bit, they got to know me. I told them about myself and opened it up for questions. They were really excited to meet me. Some of the biggest Pittsburgh Steelers fans, they showed up with their jerseys and their Terrible Towels and stuff, and we really had a lot of fun.
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