Tuesday, February 19, 2013
But there's talk he might end up with the Steelers.
NBC's Pro Football Talk is reporting that former Woodland Hills Wolverine Steve Breaston has been cut by the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs. Breaston, who also played for the Arizona Cardinals, could end up with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the website says, noting that the Steelers will be looking for a receiver after Mike Wallace signs elsewhere. The site reports that Breaston was a favorite of Todd Haley, Steelers offensive coordinator, who coached him in both Arizona and Kansas City. Former Woodland Hills teammate Ryan Mundy plays for the Steelers. For full story, click here. ______________________ "Like" Patch on Facebook. | Follow us on Twitter . | Sign up for our daily email newsletter.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
A wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs, Breaston has pledged to provide iPads to the WHSD for every 100 yards he gains in 2012.
The NFL's Steve Breaston is best known for gaining yards on the football field as a wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs. But the 2002 Woodland Hills graduate, who was a star player for the Wolverines, is giving back to students in the school district where he grew up so they can gain in the classroom. Breaston, who also played for the University of Michigan Wolverines and the NFL's Arizona Cardinals, will donate one iPad for every 100 yards he gains in 2012. To find out more, click here.
Sunday, July 24, 2011
The Wolvarena in Turtle Creek saw around 200 young boys and girls enjoying the day running, jumping and generally having a great deal of fun.
Woodland Hills High School graduates Ryan Mundy and Steve Breaston went onto the NFL but came back to town to give back to the community they grew up in. The Wolvarena, the high school stadium in Turtle Creek, saw about 200 young boys and girls running, jumping and generally having a great deal of fun while learning some new moves and important life lessons from the pros, which included the Steelers' Charlie Batch and Denis Dixon and the Bengals' Chris Edmonds.