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Date Posted: 17:38:03 03/21/16 Mon
Author: Here We Go....
Subject: The black and gold elephant in the room

P-G's Seen ran a photo of Dan Rooney and his wife at a charity event. The poor man can barely lift his head. I've seen the same thing in other photos and TV tape. His chin is on his chest, and he appears to be struggling.

One of the most prominent people in town is suffering with some sort of physical malady and nobody mentions it? I know he's in his 80s, but this appears to be a development that's come about in the last year or two. When the P-G did their story on the restructuring of the team's ownership group, I thought it would have been a good time to address his health.

I wonder what's up and why any mention of this obvious problem is taboo? Surely if he started walking with crutches or appeared with his arm in a sling, someone would ask what happened.

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