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Steelers yet to make a decision on Hines Ward

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A lot of people have talked up old #19's recent quote about his dream being coaching in Athens. Well, his NFL career ain't over yet. It'll be one of the interesting stories to follow this spring. Do the Steelers let him go? If they do, does he look elsewhere or retire with the only franchise he's known? And if he does retire, could Mark Richt possibly convince him to come back and maybe take on a grad assistant role for a year or two until a spot on staff opens up?

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