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Running back Willie Parker (C) of the Pittsburgh Steelers runs for a Super Bowl record 75-yard touchdown, thanks to a crucial block from Alan Faneca, against the Seattle Seahawks in the third quarter during Super Bowl XL, 05 February 2006 in Detroit, MI. AFP PHOTO/Jeff HAYNES

Running back Willie Parker (C) of the Pittsburgh Steelers runs for a Super Bowl record 75-yard touchdown, thanks to a crucial block from Alan Faneca, against the Seattle Seahawks in the third quarter during Super Bowl XL, 05 February 2006 in Detroit, MI. AFP PHOTO/Jeff HAYNES

Steelers RB Willie Parker on his way to the record books with his 75 yard TD run against Seattle in Super Bowl XL (2006)

Steelers RB Willie Parker on his way to the record books with his 75 yard TD run against Seattle in Super Bowl XL (2006)

Cornerback Carnell Lake of the Pittsburgh Steelers shouts at wide receiver Michael Irvin after knocking the ball away from him during the first quarter of the Steelers game versus the Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe,

Cornerback Carnell Lake of the Pittsburgh Steelers shouts at wide receiver Michael Irvin after knocking the ball away from him during the first quarter of the Steelers game versus the Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe,

Quarterback Warren Moon of the Seattle Seahawks passes as offensive linemen Howard Ballard #75 and Brian Habib #68 block against linebackers Jason Gildon #92 and Levon Kirkland #99 of the Pittsburgh Steelers during a game at Three Rivers Stadium on September 27, 1998 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Quarterback Warren Moon of the Seattle Seahawks passes as offensive linemen Howard Ballard #75 and Brian Habib #68 block against linebackers Jason Gildon #92 and Levon Kirkland #99 of the Pittsburgh Steelers during a game at Three Rivers Stadium on September 27, 1998 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Steelers' Jerome Bettis during the 2006 AFC Championship

Steelers' Jerome Bettis during the 2006 AFC Championship

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