Heath Miller calls it a career-- Fri Feb 19 3:00 pm --
No more "Heath" chants
On Friday afternoon, after 11 NFL seasons, all with the Steelers, Heath Miller announced he was retiring. Miller, the teamís first-round draft pick out of the University of Virginia in 2005, missed only eight games in his 11 seasons. He started 167 games and helped the Steelers win two Super Bowls. He is the franchiseís all-time leader for tight ends in receptions (592), receiving yards (6,569) and receiving touchdowns (45).(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
FF Today's Take:Miller was a rock for Ben Roethlisberger and one the better all-around tight ends in the game. The 33 year-old had his best season in 2012 posting a 71-816-8 stat line. Second-year player Jesse James is penciled in to be the starter at TE but with the receivers and running backs the focus of targets in the Steelers offense, James will be nothing more than a TE2.
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