We would like to thank Bill Cowher for his tremendous contributions to the Steelers organization and for leading us to our fifth Super Bowl titleCowher retires as Steelers head coach Jan 05, 2007
After imposing an appropriate level of discipline and outlining the steps we feel will be necessary to be successful as a player and a person, we intend to allow Ben the opportunity to prove to us he is the teammate and citizen we all believe he is capable of beingRooney: Roethlisberger will be punished Apr 15, 2010
I have made it clear to Ben that his conduct in this incident did not live up to our standardsRooney: Roethlisberger will be punished Apr 15, 2010
I have made it clear to Ben that his conduct in this incident did not live up to our standardsDocuments released in Roethlisberger case Apr 16, 2010
I have not spoken with Rashard so it is hard to explain or even comprehend what he meant with his recent Twitter commentsMendenhall's bin Laden tweet puzzling May 03, 2011
Arthur Joseph "Art" Rooney II (born 1952) is the president and co-owner of the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers.
Rooney is the oldest of nine children of Dan and Patricia Rooney. The Rooney family has owned the Steelers since the team's founding by Art II's grandfather and namesake Art Rooney in 1933. Art II grew up around the team, serving as an unofficial ball boy from the age of nine.
Rooney attended the University of Pittsburgh from which he received a B.A in political science in 1978. He then attended law school at Duquesne University earning his (J.D.) in 1982. He also attended Exeter University in Exeter, England where he studied international business transactions and the law of the European economic community.