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Burress No Answer to Steelers' Problems

Bill Kostroun/AP

Hines Ward is one of the all-time great Steelers, but I don't want to see him wearing No. 86 again. He can't play anymore.

James Farrior?

Same thing.

Jerome Bettis?

Joey Porter?

Please.

That's why it's hard to get excited about the Plaxico Burress signing Tuesday.

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