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Feeling in the air: Steelers' Ward to play

The demands of Super Bowl week, such as signing autographs, started for Hines Ward soon after arriving in Tampa. The demands of Super Bowl week, such as signing autographs, started for Hines Ward soon after arriving in Tampa. (Gene Puskar/Associated Press)
By Mike Reiss
Globe Staff / January 27, 2009

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When Steelers players call it a night this week at their Super Bowl hotel, most will follow a similar routine. The lights will be turned off, they'll slip under the covers in their beds, and the alarm clock will be set to ensure their presence for morning meetings. (Full article: 707 words)

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