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Ruri Ranbe has been working as a writer since 2008. She received an A.A. in English literature from Valencia College and is completing a B.S. in computer science at the University of Central Florida. Ranbe also has more than six years of professional information-technology experience, specializing in computer architecture, operating systems, networking, server administration, virtualization and Web design.
Ruri Ranbe has been working as a writer since 2008. She received an A.A. in English literature from Valencia College and is completing a B.S. in computer science at the University of Central Florida. Ranbe also has more than six years of professional information-technology experience, specializing in computer architecture, operating systems, networking, server administration, virtualization and Web design.
From dawn to dusk: That’s how long the average adult spends on-screen — about 11 hours daily.
At the same time, corporate trainers are trying to grab employee attention long enough to educate them and ensure the information sticks. Tools like EJ4 let viewers watch five- to 10-minute training videos, while Google Primer provides five-minute interactive lessons on the go, and our platform, The Training Arcade, offers three- to five-minute microgames to reinforce information and assess learner knowledge. Each of these bite-sized and user-friendly tools takes the limited time (and attention) users have into account.
This reframing of content through microlearning can be easily applied to any corporate training program. Instead of long, constantly interrupted courses, microlearning is brief and easily digestible. It’s ultra-focused with precise, measurable goals. Above all, microlearning helps make training simple and fun.
Is it necessary to update tried-and-true training methods? We say yes. Millennials are claiming the place of baby boomers as America’s largest adult generation, and as digital natives, they think differently. That’s why passive training doesn’t always work anymore. Across multiple platforms, microlearning can increase learner engagement with audio, video and games without wasting valuable time.
Microlearning is built on cognitive science. It uses spaced repetition, a proven retention-boosting method of breaking down learning syllabus into more manageable pieces and repeating them with adequate spacing between lessons. This learning technique accesses the learner’s working memory bank, which makes microlearning worth consideration for any employer seeking to teach candidates hard skills.
Let’s explore industries that have implemented microlearning:
Manufacturing And Transportation
Through a combination of retiring experts, rapidly advancing technologies and underskilled newcomers, these industries are facing an uphill battle when it comes to training. Keurig Dr Pepper has acquired a number of distributors and bottlers over the years, resulting in a geographically dispersed workforce and different standards of business. In an effort to train employees on a standard way of doing business, the company developed a series of brief training videos available on desktop and mobile that cover a variety of topics, including HR compliance, sales techniques and communication skills.
As an industry leader on the pulse of what’s next, it’s easy to see why Google entered the microlearning space. In 2014, the technology giant launched Google Primer, a free mobile app with five-minute interactive lessons designed to empower startups and small businesses with knowledge about search engine optimization (SEO), search engine marketing (SEM), content marketing, audience measurement, branding, business planning and many other subjects. Courses can be taken on the go, in a plane, on the subway, at a coffee shop or just about anywhere else. Today, over 10 million learners have downloaded the app.
Healthcare And Pharmaceutical
Healthcare professionals deal with high-demand situations every day: long hours, patients in need and sometimes life-or-death situations. Our firm created Dr. Neb, a game that helps clinicians who treat patients with uncontrolled COPD to identify the best solution to prescribe. These games offer a series of branching dialogue, virtual conversations between doctors and patients, laid out with a storybook narrative much like a comic book with voice bubbles.
Merck, a multinational pharmaceutical company, leveraged Axonify’s microlearning, gamification and adaptive learning platform across 52 global manufacturing sites to Strengthen its safety culture. With an 80% voluntary participation rate, the company saw a decrease in recordable incidents and a decrease in lost time injury frequency rates.
Beyond games and videos, here are a few solutions worth considering when creating your microlearning strategy.
Animation is a powerful tool. In a latest study published in Neuron, researchers discovered that the brain absorbs about 80% of an environment’s sensory information. This hyperdigestion is why corporations and government institutions like Cleveland Water utilize video-creation services like Vyond, Powtoon or Moovly to produce studio-level videos.
Learners are easily distracted by texts, instant messages, emails, social media, phone calls, fitness trackers, etc. This means every second counts. When fighting for their attention and retention, a well-crafted video enables you to pull your audience away from everyday distractions and deliver memorable content. By creating videos with relatable characters, environments and situations, training leaders can help learners remember concepts and details that they might otherwise forget.
Infographics help learners digest information, show a hierarchy of data and illustrate a point in a condensed visual manner. Beyond training, IBM uses infographics to streamline recruiting. HR professionals can find infographics tools like Piktochart and Visme handy in building a stronger company culture.
Do you believe the adage that a picture is worth a thousand words? A well-designed infographic is worth even more. Visuals can help learners process information faster and store information longer by appealing to emotions. When designing your infographic, follow these rules:
• Write a headline that clearly states the purpose of the infographic.
• Choose a simple layout with lots of blank space.
• Write clear and concise text.
• Ensure all visuals (e.g., charts and graphics) are clear without explanation.
• Make all fonts and color combinations easy to read and appropriate for the topic.
When it’s time for coaching and reinforcement of training, some teams bristle. Older methods — like dreaded compliance meetings — can feel patronizing, or worse, like a big waste of time. Chatbot platforms, such as Mobile Coach, create chatbots for meaningful outreach and useful conversations on the employee’s schedule.
As consumers, most of us are familiar with chatbots, but this technology has evolved and is being used more and more for new employee onboarding, customer service, sales training, diversity training and several other topics. Designing a chatbot is as much an art as a science, but when done right, it can be a very effective tool for introducing new concepts, providing reminders, tracking goals and assessing knowledge.
Train The Next Generation With Microlearning
Younger learners will increasingly be joining the workforce, so it’s time for industries across the board to meet their training needs. Companies who do will find themselves ahead of the curve, with employees who are engaged in training and can recall what they’ve learned.
ROAD SAFETY ARTICLE
I cannot remember the exact date. I am not even sure if it was in the month of July, August or September. But I know it was in 2020. I also know that the driver behind the wheel was female. And that it was during the rush hour on a working day. What first attracted me to this driver was her strange mannerism along the busy Kubwa road in Abuja, in the Federal Capital Territory. The second attraction was the’’ L’’ which meant she was still a learner driver. Yet I was astonished to notice her driving and using her phone on a busy motorized road where crashes and deaths have occurred. Her driving behavior reminded me of a similar concern I had raised some time ago which is prompting me to re-use the same material. Ironically, the material in question had to do with another female learner driver which I believe is a mere coincidence. My female readers should therefore kindly spare dragging me to the slaughter house for being chauvinistic. I do hope that as you read this material, you will find it useful.
Her real name is Peace. I do not know her surname but I know that she is from one of the South South States. We met 13months ago shortly after my deployment from Jos, the Plateau State capital to Abuja in the Federal Capital Territory last year and became quite friendly. She once told me that she is desperately in search of a government job having completed her National Youth Service Corps a couple of years back although she is currently running a virtual eatery as a stopgap. A fortnight ago, Peace stunned one when I spotted her driving a red corolla car with an ‘L’ sign without an instructor or guide. Her nervousness on the wheel made me to take over the steering to complete the driving for her for which she expressed her gratitude. Thereafter, I tutored her on the rules for learner drivers whose increasingly insane driving on Nigerian road calls for concern.
Today, I am focusing on these groups of road users with the above title that might offend some of my readers. Before I fall under the sledge hammer of any of these readers, let me first sincerely apologize and state that I mean no harm. Secondly, let me state here that I chose the above title to drive home the seriously of this development and the need to put a stop to it. Thirdly, pondering over the appropriate title for this piece, my mind quickly flashed to oga driver, an interactive awareness Programme conceptualized by me and my colleague, Salihu Ibrahim Kindo of Aso Radio when I was the Sector Commander in the Federal Capital Territory. It was in the course of that Programme that we coined the title learners or killers as a way of raising awareness on the seriousness and risk involved in this driving behavior, in addition to the need to draw a line between the good and the bad guys among learner drivers. If you want to know that I mean by the good and the bad, let me first that here that from our observations, the good guys represent the learner drivers who are not ashamed to be tagged, “Learners” and as such boldly display the “L” sign as mandated by law.
The bad guy on the other hand represents learners that out of unnecessary ego and pride refuse to display the “L” sign and even when they do, they willingly flout all the rules guiding a learner.
Specifically, the National Road Traffic Regulations, 2004, mandates all learner drivers to observe the following rules: Attend a certified and approve driving school as prerequisite to obtaining a fresh drivers licence. In the course of this coaching, the learner driver must display an L-plate, for learner, which is a square plate bearing a sans-serif letter L, for learner, which must be affixed to the front and back of a vehicle in many countries if its driver is a learner under instruction, or a motorcycles rider with provisional entitlement to ride restricted motorcycles. What this means is that this rule is a universal convention with slight variations from country to country. In the case of Nigeria, Section 27, sub section 1-3 of the National Road Traffic Regulations earlier cited spells out the details as applicable to learner drivers.
For the purpose of this piece, let me stress here that beside displaying an “L” sign, a learner driver when issued a learner’s permit, must be accompanied by a licensed driver-instructor sitting beside him to driver a vehicle or type stated in the permit from a period not exceeding three months from the date of issue within the highways specified in the permit. Besides these, the permit in itself forbids the learner from carrying any person no matter the level of affiliation except the instructor. In addition, the learner-driver must at all times comply with relevant traffic rules and regulations.
Unfortunately, these provisions are daily abused by learner drivers who no doubt display the “L” sign yet disregard the other provision meant for their safety and the safety of others.
The high flying learners on their own don’t even display the “L” sign and arrogantly violate all other provisions. It is even strange that other motorist expose themselves to unnecessary risks by offering to drive in such vehicles. It is also strange that women by our finding in the course of patrols rank among the greatest offenders when it comes to infractions that have to do with learner drivers.
It is very common to see women who are learner drivers on Sundays and during school run hours flout all safety precaution by carrying children in such vehicles and even doing the same on their way to worship centres.
I must emphasize at this point that the rationale behind the Federal Road Safety Corps driving school standardization programme which makes it mandatory for fresh applicant to attend a certified and approve driving school, is to nurture a fresh generation of drivers who will drive by rules and help the national projection of a zero level for road traffic crashes.
We therefore need to reappraise on going public enlightenment and enforcement of these rules as we strive to meet the projected reduction of road traffic crashes in keeping with the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety.Perhaps,only stringent measures would deter these spate of infractions.
The planned $61 billion acquisition of VMware Inc. by Broadcom Inc. will be one of the most closely followed technology stories in 2023. Regulators have lined up to scrutinize the deal announced in May, analysts have predicted a more focused portfolio, and customers have been fretting over the prospect of higher prices.
It is the kind of industry-shifting acquisition that will have ripple effects across broad swaths of the tech world, including major players such as NetApp Inc., a reseller partner of VMware.
“Time will tell, but overall, I think it will be good for the ecosystem in the end,” said Phil Brotherton (pictured), vice president of solutions and alliances at NetApp. “There’s a lot you can do when you start combining what VMware can do with compute with some of the hardware assets of Broadcom. There’s a lot of upside for it, and there’s obviously a lot of concern about what it means for vendor consolidation and pricing.”
Brotherton spoke with theCUBE industry analyst Dave Vellante as part of the “NetApp’s View on Broadcom’s Acquisition of VMware” event, during an exclusive broadcast on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio. They discussed the acquisition and NetApp’s extensive partnership with VMware. (* Disclosure below.)
The combination of VMware with Broadcom is understandable from a platform standpoint. VMware, which was spun off from parent company Dell Technologies Inc. in 2021, provides a widely used virtualization platform and software for storage, networking and public cloud infrastructure. Broadcom is a major manufacturer of data center chips, supplying processors for connecting servers to storage devices.
VMware’s publicly stated position is that Broadcom will approach the deal as a “business-driven conversation” with an eye toward driving future value, versus taking a purely numbers-oriented view.
“Broadcom is really getting a sense of what they’ve bought,” said Brotherton, in response to a question on the acquisition’s impact for NetApp. “VMware is going to be in our infrastructure for at least as long as I’m in the computer business. Decades is an easy prediction, and we plan to work with VMware very closely along with our customers as they extend from on-premises to hybrid cloud operations. That’s where I think this will go.”
Before the deal can proceed to closure, it must gain the approval of regulators. The U.S. has been investigating Broadcom’s acquisition of VMware since July and has yet to issue a finding.
Regulators in the European Union and the United Kingdom have announced their own investigations in latest months. The EU has expressed concern that Broadcom’s chips could block hardware rivals from interoperating with VMware’s virtualization software.
It’s unclear whether regulators will be closely analyzing how the acquisition could impact VMware’s significant role in hypervisor architecture, through ESX and other offerings. This is one area of interest for NetApp’s customers.
“Half of our install base runs ESX servers, so the bulk of customers use VMware,” Brotherton said. “It’s mainly on-prem, and we’re just extending to the cloud now, really at scale. There’s a lot of interest in continuing to do that.”
NetApp and VMware have partnered closely to ease the process of cloud migration and reduce complexity for managing multicloud architectures. In August, the two companies unveiled certification and support for VMware Cloud and NetApp Cloud Services on the world’s three largest public cloud platforms.
The enhancements included support for NetApp’s ONTAP data management software in VMware Cloud Foundation with Tanzu. A focus on the data layer has been a key ingredient in NetApp’s partnership with VMware over the years.
“The data layer is a really important layer that provides a lot of efficiency, and we’ve extended our data layer to all the clouds,” Brotherton said. “VMware is a perfect fit for us, and they’ve been a great partner for 20 years, connecting those infrastructure data layers of compute, network and storage.”
NetApp’s collaboration with VMware and its Tanzu offering has extended to Astra, a fully managed, application-aware data management service for Kubernetes-based apps. NetApp Astra provides data protection for Tanzu to safeguard containers at the application level.
“We’ve put a lot of emphasis into Astra,” Brotherton said. “That’s both a cloud service and used on-prem in a lot of my customers. We have to keep moving with our customers to the type of data they want to store. You want to think through the journey.”
Here’s the complete video interview, part of SiliconANGLE’s and theCUBE’s coverage of “NetApp’s View on Broadcom’s Acquisition of VMware.”
(* Disclosure: TheCUBE is a paid media partner for the “NetApp’s View on Broadcom’s Acquisition of VMware” broadcast. Neither NetApp Inc., the sponsor for theCUBE’s event coverage, nor other sponsors have editorial control over content on theCUBE or SiliconANGLE.)
Los Angeles County public health officials reported 1,502 more cases of the coronavirus since Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases to 3,665,365 as of Thursday, Jan. 19.
Officials reported 31 more deaths linked to the coronavirus since Wednesday for a total of 35,079 deaths since tracking began.
There were 40 fewer patients since Wednesday, bringing the total number of people hospitalized with Coronavirus to 918.
According to the California Department of Public Health’s vaccines dashboard, 77% of Los Angeles County is fully vaccinated with 21,358,478 doses administered.
The average age of a first-time mother in the US climbed above 27 years – marking a record high – in 2021, according to a new CDC report. While decisions around having children largely depend on personal circumstances, researchers say the Covid-19 pandemic likely played a role in people putting off childbirth – in more ways than one.
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A winter weather system moving through the US today is creating dangerous travel conditions. More than 1,100 flights were canceled Monday, with a similar number of cancelations expected today. Widespread delays are also being reported. So far, the most affected airports are Dallas Love Field, Dallas-Fort Worth International, Austin Bergstrom International and Houston Bush International airports in Texas. The storm bringing the triple threat of ice, sleet and snow to the region has also prompted officials to close several roads and schools. About 38 million people from Texas and Oklahoma to Kentucky and West Virginia are under winter weather alerts as officials urge people to avoid any unnecessary journeys.
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President Joe Biden intends to end Covid-19 national and public health emergencies on May 11, the White House said Monday. The public health emergency has enabled the government to provide many Americans with Covid tests, treatments and vaccines at no charge, as well as offer enhanced social safety net benefits, to help the nation cope with the pandemic. Once the emergency ends, some Americans will face out-of-pocket costs for certain testing and treatment options, but many will still be available at no charge. This comes as Covid-19 has become the eighth most common cause of death among children, a new study published Monday showed.
As the nation grapples with latest incidents of gun violence and mass shootings, officials in Lakeland, Florida responded Monday to a scene where at least 10 people were wounded in a drive-by shooting. Eight of the victims have non-life-threatening injuries while two remain in critical condition, police said. Authorities believe the shooting was a targeted event, Lakeland Police Department Chief Sam Taylor said, and officials have urged the community to report any information that could help with their investigation. In his 34 years with the department, Taylor said he had never worked on a case where so many people had been shot at one time.
The Justice Department told Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio Monday it would not provide most of the information he requested about the special counsel investigation into President Joe Biden’s handling of classified material until the probe is complete. Jordan, who chairs the House Judiciary Committee, has demanded access to a host of documents related to the investigation. Among several reasons offered for its decision, the DOJ said it would uphold its longstanding practice of withholding information that could endanger or compromise ongoing investigations. In the Mar-a-Lago probe, meanwhile, two people who searched former President Donald Trump’s properties for classified documents also testified before a federal grand jury last week, according to sources familiar with the matter – but the extent of information they offered currently remains unclear.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew will appear at an upcoming hearing before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, a committee spokesperson confirmed to CNN. He is expected to testify on TikTok’s privacy and data security practices, its impact on young users and its “relationship to the Chinese Communist Party,” according to a hearing announcement on the committee’s website. “It is now time to continue the committee’s efforts to hold Big Tech accountable by bringing TikTok before the committee to provide complete and honest answers for people,” Republican Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington said in a statement. The high-profile hearing comes as mounting evidence shows screens aren’t great for kids. A new study published this week revealed that, even for infants, too much screen time can impact executive function development.
Meet the first mom to have two sons face off in the Super Bowl
Donna Kelce is already a winner. Her two sons – Jason and Travis – will both be at the Super Bowl with their respective teams, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Puppy Bowl XIX: How to watch the other big game
If the Super Bowl isn’t your thing, there’s another entertaining spectacle you can watch on February 12.
‘Bridgerton’ actress confirms her character won’t appear in Season 3
Phoebe Dynevor, one of the stars of the popular Netflix series, said she’ll instead enjoy its next season “as a viewer.”
Marie Kondo admits tidying up is no longer a top priority
The queen of clean, who previously strived for a perfectly organized home, said tidying has taken a back seat after having her third child.
Priscilla Presley contests the validity of Lisa Marie Presley’s will
Just days after Lisa Marie Presley was laid to rest, her mother, Priscilla Presley, is disputing some details in her daughter’s will.
Cindy Williams, the dynamic actress best known for playing the bubbly Shirley Feeney on beloved sitcom “Laverne & Shirley,” has died after a short illness, according to a statement from her family. She was 75.
Bobby Hull, hockey Hall of Famer and Stanley Cup champion, has died, the Chicago Blackhawks announced. He was 84. Over 1,063 NHL games, the 12-time All-Star finished with 610 goals and 560 assists.
That’s at least how many people were killed in northwestern Pakistan Monday after a bomb explosion ripped through a mosque at a police compound. At least 80 others are being treated for their injuries, health officials in the region said. An investigation is now underway to determine who was responsible for what was one of the deadliest attacks in the country in years.
This is just such a gross collapse of the system that we are supposed to trust.
– Antonio Romanucci, an attorney for Tyre Nichols’ family, sharing poignant remarks Monday on the fatal beating of 29-year-old Nichols by Memphis police officers. Prosecutors have said they’re looking at “everybody who had any kind of involvement” leading up to, during and following the deadly January encounter. City officials confirmed Monday that three Memphis Fire Department personnel have been fired over the incident, and a total of seven police officers have been placed on leave or fired.
Meet the man building human-sized nests
Watch this video to see how one man gathers and shapes branches to craft elaborate “nature temples” for humans across the US. (Click here to view.)
Jan. 31 (UPI) -- A new study shows there are seven long-term health symptoms that are directly related to long-COVID-19, despite dozens of reported symptoms, giving researchers a better understanding of how the virus that causes COVID-19 may mutate or evolve.
Researchers at the University of Missouri found only seven out of 47 reported symptoms are the direct result of long-COVID or post-COVID conditions.
Those symptoms, which can last up to a year, include fast-beating heart, hair loss, fatigue, chest pain, shortness of breath, joint pain and obesity.
"Despite an overwhelming number of long COVID symptoms previously reported by other studies, we only found a few symptoms specifically related to an infection from SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19," Chi-Ren Shyu, director of the MU Institute for Data Science and Informatics, said in a statement Tuesday.
Last year, a separate study found 15% of all people who tested positive for COVID-19 reported symptoms lasting longer than two months.
Adnan Qureshi, a professor of neurology at the MU School of Medicine, said researchers started studying those patients, dubbed COVID-19 "survivors," who were "not necessarily normal anymore."
"The survivors still have symptoms that are at times disabling and preventing them from going back to work or the activities of their daily life," Qureshi said.
"This is not because the COVID-19 infection is still active, but instead the infection has caused long-term consequences, for sequelae, in the form of a post-COVID syndrome that could persist for months or even years," he said.
The University of Missouri study analyzed 52,461 patients' electronic medical records at 122 healthcare facilities throughout the United States. All of the patients had been diagnosed with a SARS-CoV-2 infection before April 14, 2023.
Researchers studied the top 47 most commonly reported health symptoms from long-COVID and found only seven of the symptoms applied to a subgroup of infected adult patients.
Researchers compared the health symptoms, which are also shared by other viral respiratory infections, into three subgroups which included those with and without COVID-19 who have or have not experienced other common viral respiratory infections.
"Before we examined the data, I thought we would find an ample amount of the symptoms to be specifically associated with long COVID, but that wasn't the case," Shyu said.
"Now, researchers will be able to better understand how SARS-CoV-2 may mutate or evolve by creating new connections that we may not have known about before."
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SCOTT DAVES FROM BESSEMER CITY, NC: How much will T.J. Watt's salary cost us in 2023 when it comes to the salary cap? How does it compare to other top players on other teams?
ANSWER: T.J. Watt is due to count $29.37 million against the Steelers 2023 salary cap, but I can almost guarantee you that will be restructured this offseason in a way where Watt loses no money, and the team gets some cap relief. According to Spotrac.com, Watt's cap hit of $29.37 million is No. 19 among all players for the 2023 season. Here are the players, and their cap hits, ranked above him. Cleveland's Deshaun Watson $54.99 million; Dak Prescott $49.1 million; Patrick Mahomes $46.8 million; Josh Allen $39.77 million; Ryan Tannehill $36.6 million; Kirk Cousins $36.3 million; Jake Matthews $35.4 million; Laremy Tunsil $35.2 million; Matt Ryan $35.2 million; Tom Brady $35.1 million; Derek Carr $34.9 million; Leonard Williams $32.3 million; Aaron Rodgers $31.6 million; Tyreek Hill $31.5 million; Frank Clark $31.1 million; Joey Bosa $31 million; DeAndre Hopkins $30.8 million; and Jared Goff $30.7 million.
LARRY LAFFERTY FROM ATHENS, OH: Never a big player in free agency, the Steelers nonetheless have made some important/significant signings since the advent of modern free agency in 1993. Do you mind sharing your personal favorites?
ANSWER: Here is my top half-dozen:
The best UFA signing in franchise history, and it never even happens if Earl Holmes' agent hadn't said "no" one too many times. Farrior entered the league as the New York Jets' No. 1 pick (eighth overall) in 1997, and it was Coach Bill Parcells who made the choice and then installed him as an outside linebacker. But during his five seasons with the Jets, Farrior played for three different head coaches, and by the time 2001 ended he was something of an afterthought in New York. Meanwhile, the Steelers were in negotiations with Holmes, their first pick in the fourth round of the 1996 draft who had grown into a run-stuffing starting inside linebacker.
As the 2002 offseason progressed, Steelers President Dan Rooney went as far with Holmes as he was going to go on a new contract, and when the answer from the agent still was "no," Rooney instructed Kevin Colbert and Bill Cowher to move on to another player. That player turned out to be James Farrior. During his 10 seasons with the Steelers, Farrior was voted first-team All-Pro in 2004 as well as to the Pro Bowl in 2004 and 2008. He finished with 8 interceptions, 53 passes defensed, 12 forced fumbles, 13 fumble recoveries, and 30 sacks. In 2010, Coach Mike Tomlin said, "Our unquestioned leader is James Farrior. If you polled anybody, player or coach, equipment man or receptionist, they realize he sets the tone for this outfit."
Mike Webster's Hall of Fame career had ended after the 1988 season, and he had been replaced capably by another future Canton inductee by the name of Dermontti Dawson. But by the middle of the 2000 season, it became apparent that Dawson's body wasn't going to allow him to play anymore, and so the search was on to find a successor.
Jeff Hartings entered the NFL as a first-round draft pick of a Detroit Lions team that employed Kevin Colbert in its player personnel department at the time, and even though he was an unrestricted free agent, Hartings was an unrestricted free agent guard. He had not played any center either for the Lions or during his college career at Penn State. But the Steelers believed Hartings was capable of making the difficult transformation, and so they signed him to replace Dawson. Hartings would play six seasons for the Steelers, and during that time he would be voted first-team All-Pro at center, which means for that season he was the best center in the NFL.
The second UFA ever signed by the Steelers, Greene never would have been pursued by the Steelers if the San Diego Chargers hadn't signed Jerrol Williams to an offer sheet the Steelers declined to match. The reason they declined to match was because it was only a one-year contract and for guaranteed money, and at that time Dan Rooney didn't allow one-year contracts. As a starting outside linebacker for the Steelers in 1991 and 1992, Williams had 13.5 sacks over the two seasons. Greene posted 12.5 in 1993 alone, and he finished his three seasons in Pittsburgh with 35.5 sacks.
Talk about under the radar, Ray Seals was under the radar. First of all, he didn't play college football, and then he graduated from playing for the Syracuse Express of the Empire Football League to a spot on the defensive line for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a team that never bettered 6-10 in any of his four seasons there. But it didn't take Seals long to establish himself as a 3-4 rarity – a defensive end who was a dangerous pass rusher. Using a combination of nimble feet and quick hands, Seals posted 15.5 sacks in 1994-95 before tearing a rotator cuff in the 1996 preseason and landing on injured reserve. He would finish his career with the Carolina Panthers.
JOHN L. WILLIAMS
During Bill Cowher's first two seasons as the Steelers coach, the team's offense was heavily dependent on the run. In 1992, Neil O'Donnell and Bubby Brister combined to attempt 429 passes, while halfback Barry Foster had 390 carries himself. In 1993, even though Foster missed almost half the season with an ankle injury, the Steelers ran it 491 times. Looking for a way to diversify without becoming a high-wire act on offense, the Steelers decided on Williams, a fullback known for his receiving skills. Williams averaged 4.7 yards a carry and led the team with 51 catches in 1994. His role as a receiver diminished in 1995 with the emergence of Yancey Thigpen, Andre Hastings, Ernie Mills, and Kordell "Slash" Stewart, and Williams retired after Super Bowl XXX.
A kicker? Really? Yes indeed, because Armageddon had been forecast by the local media in 1995 when the Steelers refused to cater to the contract demands of veteran Gary Anderson, who would sign with the Philadelphia Eagles, and it was Johnson to the rescue. After Anderson led the team with 104 points in 1994, Johnson came on to set franchise records for points (141) and field goals made (34) the very next season. During his four seasons in Pittsburgh, Johnson converted 105-of-127 field goal attempts (.827).
BRIAN DORNSBACH FROM GRIMES, IA: When will the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year be announced?
ANSWER: The 2023 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year presented by Nationwide will be announced during NFL Honors, a prime-time awards special to air nationally on Feb. 9 (the Thursday before Super Bowl LVII) on NBC.
FRANK FOGGIA FROM SAULT STE.MARIE, ONTARIO, CANADA: Is there a max to the size of a team's coaching staff besides budget concerns?
ANSWER: There is no limit to the size of a team's coaching staff, and the salaries of coaches do not count against the salary cap.
TERRY VOWELS FROM EKRON, KY: I think Robin Cole was one of the most underrated linebackers of all the great ones the Steelers have had through the years. Can you tell me what year and in what round he was drafted and his career statistics?
ANSWER: When Andy Russell retired after the 1976 season, Robin Cole was the team's first-round pick in the 1977 NFL Draft, the 21st overall selection, from New Mexico. In 11 seasons with the Steelers, Cole played in 150 games, with 127 starts, and he finished his career with 5 interceptions, 14 fumble recoveries, and 26 sacks. Cole was a starter in Super Bowl XIV against the Los Angeles Rams, and he had a sack in that 31-19 victory.
DEREK LAKE FROM WEBSTER, FL: The Steelers are one of the best well-traveled teams for road games. I attended the preseason game in Jacksonville, and the crowd was 2-to-1 Steelers fans. That being said, why haven't the Steelers done a season of Hard Knocks, or at least had a movie made about them?
ANSWER: I have no doubt the makers of Hard Knocks would love to have the Steelers as the subject for one of their seasons, and while fans might view that as an honor, I can assure you Coach Mike Tomlin would not be interested in allowing cameras access to the inner workings of a training camp. Tomlin is a believer in keeping a lot of the interactions between players and coaches "in-house," and cutting players on camera – as has happened in previous seasons of Hard Knocks – is not something he would do willingly.
ROB WEST FROM HERMITAGE, TN: I saw that Master Teague was signed to a futures contract. I thought he looked promising during the last preseason before being waived/injured. Can you update us on his health and potential contribution to next year's Steelers team?
ANSWER: Since Master Teague signed a futures contract with the Steelers, he had to have passed a physical, which would indicate he is healthy enough to resume normal football activities once the offseason program gets underway in mid-April. As for his potential contribution to the 2023 Steelers, Teague is going to have to earn a spot on the roster, and it shouldn't be assumed that will be an easy task.
SCOTT GRANNAS FROM DUNCANSVILLE, PA: When can teams begin negotiating with their soon to be unrestricted free agent players? Is it any different for teams to begin negotiations with their existing players, as opposed to outside teams contacting pending unrestricted free agents?
ANSWER: It is different. Since the contracts of pending free agents don't expire officially until the start of the new league year, which in 2023 is March 15, and teams can negotiate with their own players at any time, there is no restriction on a team working out a new contract or a contract extension with one of its own players. As an example, the Baltimore Ravens did just that with linebacker Roquan Smith, who agreed to terms on a 5-year, $100 million deal with the team on Jan. 10.
COREY BATES FROM KEUKA LAKE, NY: What are your thoughts on Devin Bush? Do you think the Steelers will retain him?
ANSWER: I think Devin Bush will be looking for a change of scenery once he officially becomes an unrestricted free agent on March 15.
ROGER PACELLA FROM BERLIN, MD: As a soon to be 73-year-old life-long Steelers fan, I was fortunate to attend two AFC Championship Games: against the Raiders in 1975 and against the Oilers in 1979. I remember how Three Rivers Stadium literally shook from the cheers before kickoff. Now the NFL may be considering neutral sites for conference championship games. What are your feelings on that?
ANSWER: I think it's unfair to the fans of the team that earned the right to host a Conference Championship Game, and I also believe it's nothing but a cash-grab by the NFL. During a media session on Jan. 26, Steelers President Art Rooney II was asked if he was in favor of the idea of neutral site Conference Championship Games. He said, "No, I hate the idea. I wouldn't like that at all. My sense is that if you put that up (before NFL ownership) for a vote it wouldn't pass today, but who knows?"
DEREK LAKE FROM WEBSTER, FL: We know the Steelers build through the draft. We also know they had a draft of a lifetime in 1974, but everyone has an off day. What do you think was the Steelers worst draft mistake. Passing on Dan Marino, trading the pick to Dallas that turned out to be Emmitt Smith to move down in the first round, or picking Tim Worley, which maybe led to us not picking Smith? Or is there a bigger mistake that's comes to mind?
ANSWER: It's important to remember that the Steelers entered the NFL in 1933, which means they have participated in every draft in NFL history, since the inaugural draft was staged in 1936. Historically, the Steelers made a lot of mistakes during the draft, really up until Chuck Noll was hired in 1969 and the personnel department was manned by the likes of Bill Nunn and Art Rooney Jr. In 1936, the first-ever Steelers draft pick was a single-wing tailback named Bill Shakespeare from Notre Dame, and he never even wanted to play professional football. From 1937 through 1952, the Steelers passed on the following Hall of Fame players just in the first round: quarterback Sammy Baugh, center Clyde "Bulldog" Turner, end Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch, offensive tackle George Connor, defensive tackle Leo Nomellini, and halfbacks Hugh McElhenny and Frank Gifford. In 1965, Buddy Parker traded the Steelers' No. 1 pick to the Chicago Bears, and that No. 1 could've been used to select either Dick Butkus or Gale Sayers, but the Bears got them both. In 1956, the Steelers were awarded the NFL's "bonus pick," which meant they got to select a player before the regular draft began, and instead of going with Hall of Famers Lenny Moore or Forrest Gregg, they opted for Gary Glick. Your focus on just one era really doesn't do justice to the things that have happened over the course of the entirety of franchise history.
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