Plaxico Burress
American football player
Plaxico Burress
Plaxico Antonio Burress is an American football wide receiver who currently plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was drafted by the Steelers eighth overall in the 2000 NFL Draft. He played college football at Michigan State. Burress also played for the New York Giants, making the game winning catch in the 2008 Super Bowl victory. He played with the New York Jets in 2011.
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Revenge not on agenda as Pats face Giants
Yahoo News - over 1 year
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will be aiming to snap a three-game losing streak against their arch nemesis the New York Giants on Sunday as they attempt to extend their 100 percent start to the season. Brady and the Patriots have played like men possessed so far this year, looking ferociously determined to prove a point after taking on and defeating the National Football League over the "Deflategate" saga. On that occasion, the Patriots march towards immortality -- going the entire season unbeaten -- ended in the Super Bowl, when the Giants scored a famous 17-14 upset win in Arizona with a last-gasp Plaxico Burress touchdown.
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Plaxico Burress Indicted in New Jersey on Tax Charges
NYTimes - almost 2 years
Burress, a former N.F.L. receiver, was charged last week with willful failure to pay a state tax and issuing a bad check or electronic funds transfer.
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The Seattle Seahawks: Incontestable Dominance and Honorable Mentions
Huffington Post Sports - about 3 years
"We didn't change anything. We play our own style of football. And we put our guys in situations they are comfortable with." -- Pete Carroll, Coach of the Seattle Seahawks during a Super Bowl postgame press conference. It all started while I was at the gym. Two guys were conversing as one said, "All of their starters are healthy." Somehow, I intuitively knew he was talking about the Denver Broncos. This was just after the Broncos had won the AFC Championship, and of course after the Seattle Seahawks had won the NFC Championship. Since I was nearby at a machine and being a Seahawks fan, that's when I simply included, "And Seattle isn't?" The gentleman answered, "Well, Percy Harvin (Seattle wide-receiver) is out." And then I quietly responded, "We'll see." And I left it at that. Yes he did have a concussion during a playoff game against the New Orleans Saints. And it's good the NFL is more cognizant now about such an injury. But I also heard from the gentleman, that the San Francisco ...
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Manning warns teammates not to let chance slip by
Seattle Pi - about 3 years
[...] he knows both the elation of putting his fingerprints on the Lombardi Trophy and the anguish of watching it slip through his grasp, and he admonished his Denver Broncos teammates not to cut corners as they prepare to face the Seattle Seahawks on Feb. 2. Wes Welker caught 11 passes for 103 yards for New England in the Super Bowl following the 2007 season, but the Patriots' shot at perfection ended when Manning's brother, Eli, threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Plaxico Burress with 35 seconds left to give the Giants a 17-14 win. Broncos cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie nearly won a ring with the 2008 Arizona Cardinals, when he had five solo tackles and broke up two passes against Pittsburgh in the Super Bowl only to watch Ben Roethlisberger's 6-yard touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes with 35 seconds left give Pittsburgh a 27-23 victory. None of the Seattle Seahawks have ever played in a Super Bowl, the first team with zero previous Super Bowl experience since the Bills l ...
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Why the NFL Is Not Bulletproof and Legitmately Faces a Tipping Point
Huffington Post Sports - over 3 years
Incognito is the perfect keyword. Incognito, lay low-incognito -- under cover, to camouflage, to keep a secret. It couldn't be more apropos that the major player in this NFL drama is Incognito. And as more and more of the NFL's secrets are revealed, a tipping point begins to protrude from the oceanic depths of this men's only club -- even if ratings are up -- this league is not bulletproof, nor is it made of Teflon; on the contrary, the NFL is dysfunctional, archaic and borderline inhumane. The NFL is literally shooting itself in the foot (see Plaxico Burress). It's too much. The NFL is truly a league of its own, and as hard as these players and coaches work, as dedicated as they are, it's physically too much (see Houston's coach Gary Kubiak collapsing on the field with a stroke and Denver's John Fox having a semi-heart attack playing golf). The NFL is of course violent but there will be a day when we look back at this sport and say what we're we thinking. This goes beyon ...
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Turn And Face The Strange: What We've Learned About The New Philadelphia Eagles
Bleeding Green Nation - over 3 years
These may not be the Eagles you know, but they could become the Eagles you love. There was a lot to take from the Eagles opening night performance – most of it good, some of it bad, with the jury still out on some other things. Here’s some stuff we learned: Runs! Runs! Runs! (Or: can Chip Kelly manage the Phillies too?) As LeSean McCoy emerged as one of the top runners in the NFL, it was hard not to feel bad for the guy for being stuck in Andy Reid’s pass first, pass second, pass third, punt fourth offense. Reid calling the plays for a runner of McCoy’s caliber felt like a guy who never learned to drive owning a Mercedes Benz – going from Reid to Chip Kelly is like that Benz being sold to Michael Schumacher. McCoy carried the ball 31 times on Monday night; this in and of itself is not a huge surprise – the Eagles were expected to run early and often and lived up to the billing by going with the ground game over 60 percent of the time, the large lead they hel ...
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Steelers put WR Burress on IR
Fox News - over 3 years
The Pittsburgh Steelers placed Plaxico Burress on the injured reserve list Tuesday, one day after the veteran wide receiver turned 36.Burress injured his shoulder last week during practice and underwent surgery Monday to reportedly repair a torn rotator cuff
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Shoulder injury sidelines Pittsburgh's Plaxico Burress indefinitely
LATimes - over 3 years
The wide receiver, who was hurt while attempting to catch a pass in practice Thursday, will have surgery on his right shoulder Monday. Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Plaxico Burress will have surgery Monday to repair an injury in his right shoulder and is out indefinitely.
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Plaxico Burress tears rotator cuff - Sportsrageous
Google News - over 3 years Plaxico Burress tears rotator cuff Sportsrageous Plaxico Burress made a name for himself during his first stint in Pittsburgh when he was very productive for the Steelers. This offseason, he re-signed there, hoping to be productive once again, but he may not have that chance because of a torn rotator cuff. Plaxico Burress tears rotator cuff in Steelers' Source: Burress may miss seasonESPN Report: Plaxico Burress tears rotator cuff, career is in Bleacher Report all 40 news articles »
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"Grandpa" Plaxico Burress trying to show the kids, Steelers, he's still got it
Fox News - over 3 years
Plaxico Burress joked at the beginning of training camp he and New England quarterback Tom Brady were the "grandpas" of the NFL.
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Fresh Faces, Same Expectations For Steelers
Huffington Post Sports - over 3 years
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Mike Tomlin knows he can talk all he wants about progress and the overhauled roster and how much he likes what he's seen during the offseason. Yet the Pittsburgh Steelers coach understands it means little if it doesn't translate onto the field. "The reality is these types of processes are measured based on results," Tomlin said at the end of minicamp in June. And the results were typically un-Steelerlike last fall for one of the NFL's most consistent franchises. A late-season swoon dropped Pittsburgh to 8-8 and a spot outside the playoffs looking in. It marked a decidedly ungraceful exit for some of the stars that led the team to three Super Bowl appearances in six years. James Harrison, Casey Hampton, Mike Wallace, Max Starks, Rashard Mendenhall, Willie Colon and Keenan Lewis were either cut, not brought back or lured elsewhere in free agency. In their place are a bevy of rookies or reserves exp ...
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Steelers wide receiver Plaxico Burress is a luxury sock designer
USA Today - almost 4 years
The controversial wide receiver's new business.
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Plaxico Burress Launching Men’s Luxury Hosiery Line
NYTimes - almost 4 years
Steelers wide receiver Plaxico Burress, who spent nearly two years in prison after accidentally shooting himself in a New York nightclub, is launching a men’s luxury hosiery line.     
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Ravens Take Big Hits As NFL Free Agency Begins
Huffington Post Sports - almost 4 years
-- The Baltimore Ravens are paying the price for winning a Super Bowl. The NFL champions lost two key components of their defense, linebackers Paul Kruger and Dannell Ellerbe, as free agency began Tuesday. On Monday, they traded star receiver Anquan Boldin, a key to their title run, to San Francisco – the team the Ravens beat 34-31 to win the championship. Kruger went north to division rival Cleveland for a five-year, $40 million deal, while Ellerbe headed south to Miami for $35 million over five years. The 49ers didn't go untouched, either. After giving up a sixth-round draft pick for Boldin, they saw tight end Delanie Walker leave for Tennessee. San Francisco also confirmed the trade of backup quarterback Alex Smith to Kansas City, a deal that was known for weeks. The 49ers will receive the Chiefs' second-round pick, 34th overall, in this year's draft and a conditional pick in next year's draft. The 32-year-old Boldin expressed surprise that he was traded. ...
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Plaxico Burress to sign one-year deal with Steelers, report says - Washington Post (blog)
Google News - almost 4 years Plaxico Burress to sign one-year deal with Steelers, report says Washington Post (blog) CBS's Jason La Canfora reports that the team will sign Burress, 35, to a one-year deal at the veteran minimum. The Steelers brought him on board last November, after injuries to Jerricho Cotchery and Antonio Brown. Burress missed two seasons ... Larry Foote, Steelers agree on multiyear contractNFL News NFL free agency: Steelers sign Larry Foote to multi-year contractSB Nation Steelers sign Foote, close with BurressPittsburgh Post Gazette New York Post (blog) -Behind the Steel Curtain -FanSided all 27 news articles »
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Chicago Violence Takes Leading Role Amid National Gun Debate
Huffington Post - about 4 years
CHICAGO — They are counting the dead from gunfire again in Chicago, a city awash in weapons despite having one of the strictest gun-control ordinances in the nation. After a year in which Chicago's death toll surpassed 500, the bloodshed has continued in 2013 at a rate of more than one killing a day. It was the city's deadliest January in more than a decade. Now with this week's death of a 15-year-old drum majorette who had just returned from performing at President Barack Obama's inauguration, the mounting losses have put Obama's hometown at the center of the intensifying national debate over guns. The slayings are no longer dismissed as an only-in-Chicago story about violent street gangs. They are almost a Sandy Hook Elementary School attack unfolding in slow motion: an honor student gunned down at a high school basketball game, two men in their 40s killed outside a hamburger stand, a woman whose bullet-riddled body was found early Friday in a van on the worl ...
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Experts back NYC's link of gun laws, lower crime
San Francisco Chronicle - about 4 years
Experts back NYC's link of gun laws, lower crime Associated Press Copyright 2013 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Updated 11:09 am, Wednesday, January 23, 2013 The National Rifle Association has dismissed Bloomberg's anti-gun campaign over the years as a publicity stunt and said last week that tighter laws would have no effect on public safety and crime. While acknowledging policing isn't the only factor in reducing gun violence, they cite the all-time low number of slayings in a city where most people are killed with guns. Under Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, "hot spots policing" proliferated, in which officers flood high-crime areas tracked by a computer reporting system. The department formed a firearms suppression unit in 2006 that identifies traffickers and uses undercover officers to buy and arrest them. People caught violating the laws ...
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CNN Student News Transcript - December 13, 2012
CNN- Cafferty File - about 4 years
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Plaxico Burress
  • 2015
    Age 37
    On December 7, 2015, Burress entered into a plea agreement in a hearing at Mercer County Superior Court, admitting guilt in failure to pay $46,000 in taxes on his 2013 tax return (a year in which he earned $1,000,000 in income.) Burress faces up to 5 years probation at his February 5, 2016 sentencing hearing.
    More Details Hide Details He will have to pay $56,000 in penalties and restitution. Though he avoided prison time by pleading guilty, failure to pay the amount in full by the conclusion of his probation could result Burress being incarcerated. Plaxico Burress, named after his uncle, was born to Vicki Burress (now deceased) in Norfolk, Virginia, United States. He has two brothers, Ricardo and Carlos. Burress has been married to Tiffany Glenn since July 2005 and they have one son, Elijah and a daughter, Giovanna, born November 2009. Burress graduated from Green Run High School in Virginia Beach, Virginia in 1996 and spent a post-graduate year at Fork Union Military Academy in Fork Union, Virginia. He lives in Totowa, New Jersey. He co-wrote the book Giant: The Road to the Super Bowl (ISBN 978-0-06-169574-2), published July 1, 2008 by It Books, about his Super Bowl experience.
    On April 30, 2015, Burress was indicted by the State of New Jersey on charges that he failed to pay nearly $48,000 in income taxes.
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  • 2014
    Age 36
    Burress joined SportsNet, New York's SportsNite, making his debut as an NFL analyst on Sunday September 7, 2014.
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    Burress appeared on Celebrity Wife Swap on July 29, 2014.
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  • 2013
    Age 35
    Burress filed his 2013 State income tax return on Oct. 20, 2014, for which he submitted an electronic transfer.
    More Details Hide Details According to the State Division of Taxation, the transfer failed to go through. Burress was notified multiple times in an attempt to collect the tax debt, including via certified mail, but never responded. The indictment made him the first person in New Jersey to be charged under a new state law which treats bad electronic money transfers as a criminal offense, equivalent to writing bad checks.
  • 2012
    Age 34
    In 2012, he was ordered to pay Smith $159,000, but as late as May 2013, had not made any payments.
    More Details Hide Details In January 2010, Burress was the defendant in a civil lawsuit brought against him by a Lebanon County, Pennsylvania car dealer, who claimed that Burress was given a leased Chevrolet Avalanche in return for promises to appear at publicity events for the dealership. The dealer claimed that Burress never returned the car and never attended any publicity events; the damaged car was eventually returned after being impounded by the New York Police Department. Burress acknowledged that he was responsible for some of the damage to the car, but asked a jury to determine the amount. On January 15, 2009, the jury returned a verdict awarding only $1,700 to the dealer, who had asked for damages of up to $19,000. According to the Associated Press, Burress has been sued at least nine times since he joined the NFL in 2000.
  • 2011
    Age 33
    On June 6, 2011, Burress was released from a protective custody unit of the Oneida Correctional Facility in Rome, New York, having served 20 months.
    More Details Hide Details Burress had a civil lawsuit, filed on December 8, 2008, in Broward County, Florida, in which Alise Smith claimed that Burress's $140,000 Mercedes-Benz collided with the back of her car. The suit claimed that Burress was liable for causing permanent injuries to the woman. Burress's car insurance policy had been cancelled three days before the accident due to nonpayment of the premium.
  • 2010
    Age 32
    In January 2010, Burress applied for and was denied a work release from prison.
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  • 2009
    Age 31
    His sentencing was held on September 22, 2009.
    More Details Hide Details Burress hired a prison consultant to advise him on what to expect while in prison.
    On August 20, 2009, Burress accepted a plea deal that would put him in prison for two years with an additional two years of supervised release.
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    On Monday, August 3, 2009, prosecutors announced that Burress had been indicted by the grand jury on two counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree, and a single count of reckless endangerment in the second degree, both felonies.
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    Burress asked a Manhattan grand jury for sympathy during two hours of testimony on July 29, 2009.
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    On June 12, 2009 Burress's attorney Benjamin Brafman announced that he had been unable to reach a sentencing agreement.
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  • 2008
    Age 30
    On December 23, 2008, a search of Burress' New Jersey home by the Totowa, New Jersey police, the New York Police Department, and investigators from the Manhattan District Attorney turned up a 9 mm handgun, a rifle, ammunition and the clothing believed to have been worn by Burress on the night of his accidental shooting.
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    Burress was also scheduled to receive $1 million from his signing bonus on December 10, 2008, initially withheld by the team.
    More Details Hide Details The NFL Players Association filed a grievance, saying the team violated the collective bargaining agreement and challenging the suspension and fine received by Burress. A Special Master in arbitration subsequently ruled that the Giants must deliver the entire $1 million to Burress, as per the collective bargaining agreement. "To think that a player could carry a loaded gun into a nightclub, shoot himself and miss the rest of the season but get to keep his entire signing bonus illustrates one of the serious flaws in the current system," said Giants co-owner John Mara in a statement afterward.
    Later in the day, Burress reported to Giants Stadium as per team policy for injured but active players and was told he would be suspended without pay for the remaining four games of the 2008 regular season for conduct detrimental to the team.
    More Details Hide Details In addition, the Giants placed Burress on their reserve/non-football injury list, meaning he was ineligible to return for the playoffs.
    On December 2, 2008, Burress posted bail of $100,000.
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    On November 28, 2008, Burress suffered an accidental, self-inflicted gunshot wound to his right thigh at the nightclub LQ on Lexington Avenue in New York City when his Glock pistol in the pocket of his black-colored jeans began sliding down his leg; apparently in reaching for his gun, he inadvertently pressed the trigger, causing the gun to fire.
    More Details Hide Details The Manhattan District Attorney stated Burress was wearing jeans. The injury was not life-threatening and Burress was released from an area hospital the next afternoon. Two days later, Burress turned himself in to police to face charges of criminal possession of a handgun. It was later discovered that New York City police learned about the incident only after seeing it on television and were not called by New York-Presbyterian Hospital as required by law. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg called the hospital actions an "outrage" and stated that they are a "chargeable offense". Bloomberg also urged that Burress be prosecuted to the fullest extent, saying that any punishment short of the minimum 3½ years for unlawful carrying of a handgun would be "a mockery of the law." Burress had an expired concealed carry license from Florida, but no New York license.
    In August and September 2008, Totowa police responded to two domestic disturbance calls at the Burress residence.
    More Details Hide Details At both times temporary restraining orders were issued that were later dismissed by the New Jersey state court.
    On November 23, 2008 Burress started the game against the Arizona Cardinals in Arizona after being considered questionable with a hamstring injury.
    More Details Hide Details The first play of the game he had a 4-yard reception but it was called back on a penalty. Burress left the game and did not return in what would be his final appearance with the Giants. Burress was released by the Giants on April 3, 2009, when it was apparent his accidental shooting court case would take longer than expected to resolve. Burress agreed to a one-year contract worth approximately $3.017 million guaranteed with the New York Jets on July 31, 2011, after turning down a two-year deal from the Pittsburgh Steelers that was rumored to be valued at a little more than the Jets offer but without as much guaranteed money. In his first game back in New York at MetLife Stadium in a pre-season matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals, Burress caught a pass from Mark Sanchez on the first play of the Jets' first drive, and in the second quarter caught a touchdown pass. On October 23, 2011, in a game against the San Diego Chargers Burress caught three touchdown passes from Sanchez, tying a game career high.
    On September 24, 2008, the team announced that Burress would be suspended for the game on October 5 for a violation of team rules.
    More Details Hide Details This was not the first time that Burress had been temporarily suspended by an NFL team—in May 2004, he was suspended by the Pittsburgh Steelers for failing to show up for a Monday team practice. On October 24 he was issued four fines totaling $60,000 for the following reasons: Burress signed a five-year, $35 million contract extension prior to the season. However, it was an incentive laced deal, with $11.5 million in non-guaranteed base salaries in the contract, non-guaranteed roster bonuses of $3.5 million, non-guaranteed escalators of $5 million based on performance and $1.3 million in non-guaranteed workout bonuses among other things. According to various reports, the Giants would be able to cut or trade Burress after the season and get $23 million taken off their books. On November 2, in the second quarter of the Giants ninth regular-season game against the Dallas Cowboys, Burress caught his 500th career reception.
    During September 2008 Burress did not show up for work on a Monday and could not be reached by phone for two days.
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    Although he was slated to receive $3.25 million for 2008, Burress felt underpaid compared to other star receivers.
    More Details Hide Details After indicating that he might hold out training camp as well, he joined, but practiced very little, claiming his ankle was injured.
    Before their May mini-camp, Burress and his teammates were invited by former President George W. Bush to the White House on April 30, 2008 to honor their victory in Super Bowl XLII.
    More Details Hide Details Just before the start of the Giants mandatory May mini-camp, Burress had said that he would not participate in the camp because he was upset with his contract. He attended the camp to avoid paying a fine but refused to practice with the team.
  • 2007
    Age 29
    In 2007, Burress was the Giants' top receiver with 70 receptions for 1,025 yards, despite not practicing all season because of his ailing ankle.
    More Details Hide Details He also set a franchise playoff record in the NFC title game in Green Bay with 11 receptions for 154 yards as the Giants advanced to Super Bowl XLII. In Super Bowl XLII, Burress caught the game-winning touchdown pass that made the score 17–14 in the Giants' favor. He gained a measure of "Super Bowl legend" by predicting the Patriots lose by the score 23–17.
  • 2006
    Age 28
    In the 2006 season, Burress managed a career high ten touchdowns but fell short of the 1,000-yard mark, appearing in only 15 games and struggling with a groin injury for much of the year.
    More Details Hide Details The Giants lost six of their last eight games and fell in the NFC Wild Card playoffs to the NFC East champion Philadelphia Eagles 23–20. Burress had a touchdown catch on the opening drive and finished the game with five receptions for 89 yards and two touchdowns.
  • 2005
    Age 27
    On January 23, 2005, after a playoff defeat, Burress announced his intentions to leave the Steelers.
    More Details Hide Details On March 17, he signed a six-year, $25 million contract with the New York Giants. In his first season with the Giants, Burress caught 76 passes for 1,214 yards, helping the team earn an 11–5 record and first place in the NFC East as well as the NFC's fourth seed. However, they were shut out 23–0 by the Carolina Panthers in the opening round of the 2005–06 NFL playoffs.
  • 2002
    Age 24
    On November 10, 2002, Burress took advantage of an extra 15 minutes of play to set a Steelers franchise record with 253 receiving yards in a 34–34 tie against the Atlanta Falcons.
    More Details Hide Details He caught nine passes and scored two touchdowns in the game, and nearly won it but was stopped at the 1-yard line as time expired.
    Also in 2002, Burress played in his first career playoff game, accumulating six receptions for 100 yards and a touchdown.
    More Details Hide Details In three subsequent playoff games with the Steelers, Burress totaled only seven receptions, 123 yards, and one touchdown. Burress's 1,008-yard season in 2001, combined with Hines Ward's 1,003 receiving yards, gave the Steelers their first pair of 1,000-yard receivers. The two would combine to accomplish the same feat in 2002.
    Burress's best season with the Steelers came in 2002, when he set his career highs for receptions (78) and yards (1,325), to go along with seven touchdowns.
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  • 2000
    Age 22
    After being drafted eighth overall in the 2000 NFL Draft, Burress went on to play five years with the Pittsburgh Steelers, amassing 261 receptions for 4,164 yards, 22 touchdowns, and six fumbles over the span of 71 games.
    More Details Hide Details Burress was featured on the MTV show True Life, documenting his rookie season. He first broke the 1,000-yard mark in his second season, gaining 1,008 yards on 66 receptions.
  • 1998
    Age 20
    Burress was an All–Big Ten Conference first-team selection in 1998 by The Sports Network, and he earned second-team accolades from the league's media.
    More Details Hide Details He shared Spartan Outstanding Underclass Back Award honors with tailback Sedrick Irvin and wide receiver Gari Scott.
  • 1996
    Age 18
    In 1996, he caught 33 passes for 807 yards (24.5 avg.) and 12 touchdowns.
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  • 1992
    Age 14
    He also broke the single-game record of 12 receptions set by tight end Mitch Lyons in 1992.
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  • 1989
    Age 11
    Also, he started All Year at split end and set a school season-record with 65 receptions, topping the previous mark of 60 catches by Courtney Hawkins in 1989.
    More Details Hide Details He had more than 100 yards receiving in four games and was ranked third in the conference with an average of 84.4 yards per game and fifth in the conference with an average of 5.4 catches per game. He recorded six solo tackles and forced a fumble on special teams.
  • 1977
    Born on August 12, 1977.
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