Hoke Retires

Only 12 players have played for the Pittsburgh Steelers in each of their three Super Bowl appearances this century. Chris Hoke today became the first of that group to retire. Jim Wexell has in-depth interviews.
January 25, 2012

Chris Hoke retiring

Pittsburgh Steelers nose guard Chris Hoke has decided to retire after playing 11 seasons for the AFC North organization. Hoke finished the season on injured reserve with a neck injury. Hoke will discuss his decision with reporters Thursday morning.
January 24, 2012

End of Line for Hoke, A Time of Sadness

Chris Hoke is one of 12 who've played in the Steelers' three Super Bowls this century. But the end of the line is near for Hoke, and of course the rest of that era. Jim Wexell pays tribute to the man.
December 7, 2011

Supersub Hoke has stats on his side

Chris Hoke steps in for Casey Hampton and provides the Steelers with a startling safety net of numbers.
September 15, 2010

D-Line: Steelers' heart and soul

The league's No. 1 defense is driven by its linebackers, but they know it starts up front. Here's a look at the heart and soul of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
November 7, 2008

Notebook: Good luck charm in lineup

Chris Hoke is tough to beat as the starting nose tackle. Also, did Rashard Mendenhall really boast to Ray Rice in a text? He says he didn't. And what's Hines Ward thinking as tough-talking Bart Scott comes to town?
September 28, 2008