Bryan Hinkle

Bryan Hinkle (born June 4, 1959 in Long Beach, California) is a former professional American football player who played linebacker for twelve seasons for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He played college football for the University of Oregon. He currently lives in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania with his wife and children.

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  • 1986: Bryan Hinkle
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  • 2009: Ben Roethlisberger
  • 2010: Troy Polamalu
  • 2011: Antonio Brown

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    Fundamentally the male artist approximates more to the psychology of woman, who, biologically speaking, is a purely creative being and whose personality has been as mysterious and unfathomable to the man as the artist has been to the average person.
    —Beatrice Hinkle (1874–1953)

    Do you know I believe that [William Jennings] Bryan will force his nomination on the Democrats again. I believe he will either do this by advocating Prohibition, or else he will run on a Prohibition platform independent of the Democrats. But you will see that the year before the election he will organize a mammoth lecture tour and will make Prohibition the leading note of every address.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)