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JUST IN: Former Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward is reportedly set to join Florida Atlantic's coaching staff.

Sources: Former Super Bowl MVP Hines Ward expected to join FAU football coaching staff

Longtime Steelers great Hines Ward is joining the Florida Atlantic coaching staff, per @ESPNRittenberg . Ward spent the past two seasons as an offensive assistant with the Jets.

If Julian Edelman is a Hall of Famer, so is Hines Ward.

Those calling for Edelman to be inducted in the Hall of Fame better acknowledge that Hines Ward needs to go in first. Just look at the numbers! 📷 USA Today Sports

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Hines Ward belongs in the Hall of Fame well before Julian Edelman

While Hines Ward waits, Andy Reid's foggy face shield is heading to the H.O.F.

HEARTWARMING 💛🖤 Some of Alan Faneca's Steelers teammates, including Hines Ward, Willie Parker and Ben Roethlisberger, took the time to offer their congratulations on his selection to the Hall of Fame.

This is your annual reminder that the University of Georgia is the only school to send three different players to the NFL who have won the #SuperBowl  MVP award-- Jake Scott, Terrell Davis, and Hines Ward. #GoDawgs 

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Safety Troy Polamalu, guard Alan Faneca and wide receiver Hines Ward are among the 25 Modern Era semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2020. MORE:

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Most seasons with at least 10 touchdown catches in #SteelersHistory : 1️⃣ (4) 2️⃣ Hines Ward (3) 3️⃣ Lynn Swann (2)

Antonio Brown reached 10,000 receiving yards in the 116th regular season game of his career, tying Torry Holt for the 2nd-fewest games in NFL history to the milestone. He is also the second player in #SteelersHistory  with 10,000 (Hines Ward, 12,083).

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With his 30th career 100-yard receiving game today, broke a tie with Hines Ward for the most such games in . #SteelersHistory 

Antonio Brown has joined Hines Ward as the 2nd player in #SteelersHistory  with at least 9,000 receiving yards.

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First-time eligibles for HOF Class of 2017 include: S Brian Dawkins QB Donovan McNabb DE Jason Taylor RB LaDainian Tomlinson WR Hines Ward

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