Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Now a free agent, the former Wolverine sponsored an essay contest and donated iPads for 10 students.
Steve Breaston, who went from the Wolvarena to play with the Arizona Cardinals and Kansas City Chiefs, visited his alma mater, Woodland Hills High School, on Tuesday to give back to the community. The students wrote essays telling Breaston why they needed an iPad. The entries were judged by Woodland Hills staff members. To see photos of the event on WTAE-TV, click here. ________________________ "Like" Patch on Facebook. | Follow us on Twitter. | Sign up for our daily email newsletter.
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.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Three students are leading a resurgence for the Woodland Hills High School track team after a few lagging years following standouts Steve Breaston, Ryan Mundy and Cambrya Jones.
The Woodland Hills track team was a force to be reckoned with in the early 2000s. In the years when Steve Breaston and Ryan Mundy, both of whom went on to NFL football careers, and Cambrya Jones, who excelled in track at Pitt and fell just hundredths of a second shy of making the 2012 U.S. Olympic team in the 200 meters, were running, Woodland Hills was burning up the track. "We also have multiple other athletes who have gone on to compete at the Division I and II levels, most with scholarships," Woodland Hills track coach Rick Yeager said. "The last few years the team has fallen off and lost some of its excitement and drive, but now Woody High Track is back on track and poised to make a comeback." Leading the resurgence for the track team…
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.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Ryan Mundy and Steve Breaston are teaming up this Saturday to give back to the Woodland Hills community.
Just a few years after graduating from Woodland Hills High School, Ryan Mundy and Steve Breaston were on opposing teams during Super Bowl XLIII, solidifying their spots in the big time. Mundy is a 2003 graduate who won a Super Bowl ring as a member of the practice team with the Pittsburgh Steelers, while Breaston, a 2002 graduate, had a chance to play the historical game against his former teammate and friend as a member of the Arizona Cardinals. This Saturday, they give back to the community where their football legacies began with the Breaston/Mundy and Friends Youth Clinic, which will bring in more than 200 students between the ages of 8 and 13 who will learn more about the game of football and what it takes to be a good student. …