Ryan Shazier: I'm trying to come back, be an All-Pro

Ryan Shazier: I'm trying to come back, be an All-Pro

Ryan Shazier: I'm trying to come back, be an All-Pro

'I've gotta get back, bro, ' Shazier told teammate Roosevelt Nix on his podcast. Every day I'm like - right now, I'm reading a book and it's basically saying trust the process, bro. All my goals are like making me want to go to the Hall of Fame.

"I'm really trusting the process and I know the end goal, so I'm taking every step of the way", he added.

"People were thinking Ben was supporting me, too - he barely was even holding me", Shazier said on the podcast. I'm happy to be working with an athlete because I've never seen somebody work this hard.' They see progression nearly every day.

"They say like some progressions they see week-to-week, they see from me day-to-day".

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"I got to get back", the two-time Pro Bowler said.

Nix brought in Shazier for his third episode, and in the middle of discussing playing college ball in OH, their video game skills, first years in the National Football League and career goals, his teammate dropped a big declaration.

"The thing that's so amusing is like when I do the littlest things, peopled don't understand how much people appreciate this right now", Shazier told Nix.

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The Steelers linebacker suffered a severe spinal injury in December, but in an interview on teammate Roosevelt Nix's podcast, Shazier said he plans on playing football again. "But I feel like my stats are as good as those who made it". "You know what I'm saying?"

Shazier goes on to talk about how he felt as though despite his injury, his statistics - which he admits earlier in the podcast he's almost obsessed with racking up - were good enough for All-Pro honors.

Shazier finished with 89 tackles, three interceptions, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and 11 passes defensed in 12 games this past season.

In early February, Shazier announced he was discharged from hospital. On Feb. 6 he stood up, with some help, at a Pittsburgh Penguins game when he was shown on the arena's video screen, and he told Nix it was important for fans to see him standing.

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