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Cowher, Tomlin among notable names taking part in Polamalu-hosted event

PITTSBURGH — Troy and Theodora Polamalu and the Neighborhood Resilience Project will be holding a fundraiser on May 21 known as “The Resilience Bowl,” bringing together celebrities such as Mike Tomlin, Bill Cowher, Billy Gardell and Kurt Angle, for a flag football game and other activities at Acrisure Stadium.

The Resilience Bowl proceeds will benefit the Neighborhood Resilience Project.

The event, from 5-8 p.m., is open to the public, with ticket prices of $10 for children and $20 for adults.

Among the celebrities confirmed to attend are:

  • Angle, former Olympic gold medalist in wrestling
  • Steve Byrne, comedian and actor
  • Ryan Clark, former Steelers player and current ESPN analyst
  • Cowher, former Steelers coach and current NFL Today analyst on CBS
  • Chip Esten, actor, musician, singer-songwriter, and comedian
  • Patrick Fabian, actor
  • Gardell, comedian and actor
  • Corey Graves, wrestling color commentator and retired professional wrestler
  • James Harrison, former Steelers player
  • Pat Monahan, lead singer for the band Train
  • Ike Taylor, former Steelers player
  • Tomlin, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach
  • Sal Vulcano, television actor

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