Who did the Steelers draft in 2004?
Who was drafted in the 12th and 2004 draft?
2004 NFL Draft Results: Round 1
|10||Houston Texans||Dunta Robinson|
|11||Pittsburgh Steelers||Ben Roethlisberger|
|12||New York Jets||Jonathan Vilma|
|13||Buffalo Bills||Lee Evans|
Did Big Ben make the Super Bowl as a rookie?
Roethlisberger earned the AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award in 2004 and his first Pro Bowl selection in 2007. In 2006, he became the youngest Super Bowl–winning quarterback in NFL history, leading the Steelers, in his second season, to a 21–10 victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL at the age of 23.
Who did the Steelers draft in 2005?
2005 Pittsburgh Steelers Draft
- Heath Miller, TE. Virginia. TE. Virginia.
- Bryant McFadden, DB. Florida State. DB. Florida State.
- Trai Essex, OG. Northwestern. OG. Northwestern.
- 131. Fred Gibson, WR. Georgia. WR.
- 166. Rian Wallace, LB. Temple. LB.
- 204. Chris Kemoeatu, OG. Utah. OG.
- 228. Shaun Nua, DE. Brigham Young.
- 244. Noah Herron, RB. Northwestern.
Who left in 2004 NFL Draft?
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Philip Rivers announced his retirement from the NFL on Wednesday, leaving Ben Roethlisberger as the last player standing from the legendary 2004 quarterback draft class. Rivers, 39, spent 16 seasons with the Chargers before joining Indianapolis for the 2020 season.
Has any rookie QB won a Super Bowl?
And as the long and storied history of the NFL reminds us, no rookie quarterback has ever won a Super Bowl. In fact, no rookie quarterback has ever even reached a Super Bowl, with the few intrepid youngsters who reached their conference championship games unable to take that final step.
Who did the Steelers draft in 2006?
2006 Pittsburgh Steelers draft