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35. Alan Faneca
Recently retired, Faneca had the best years of his lengthy career in Pittsburgh, where he became one of the league's best interior linemen and made seven consecutive Pro Bowl appearances from 2001-2007. Faneca was best known for his ability to pull, something the Steelers sorely miss today.
34. Bill Dudley
Although he played only parts of three seasons in Pittsburgh, Dudley made quite the impact as the team's leading scorer in 1945 and the NFL's rushing leader in 1942 and 1946. Also during 1946, he became the only player in NFL history to lead the league in four different statistical categories (including rushing and interceptions).
33. Dwight White
White finished his Pittsburgh career with 46 quarterback sacks (before they were an official stat) and two Pro Bowl selections to go with four Super Bowl championships. At defensive end, he was one of the anchors of the original Steel Curtain defense in the 1970s.
32. Dick Hoak
Not only was Hoak an impressive player (3,965 yards, 25 touchdowns), he was one of the longest-tenured assistant coaches in league history. He was the team's running backs coach from 1972 until 2007 and during that time, oversaw the careers of rushing greats from Franco Harris to Jerome Bettis.
31. Ernie Stautner
A defensive tackle from 1950 to 1963, Stautner is the only Steeler to have his number officially retired by the team. He made the 1950s All-Decade team for the NFL, nine Pro Bowls and was a 10-time All-Pro selection. He was selected to the Hall of Fame in 1969, the first time he was eligible.