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Steeler legend Hines Ward will be some kind of zombie on The Walking Dead.

Steeler legend Hines Ward will be some kind of zombie on The Walking Dead.

Hines Ward will make a cameo as a zombie on the Feb. 7 edition of The Walking Dead.



Source: Awful Announcing

Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver and Dancing With the Stars season 12 winner Hines Ward will be stretching some newfound acting skills as he makes a cameo appearance on a Feb. 11 episode of The Walking Dead as a zombie.

"It was an amazing experience," Ward said. "Just being in makeup preparing me for my role was cool. I actually scared myself when I looked in the mirror for the first time after."

The former Steeler already had ties to The Walking Dead prier to his cameo. IronE Singleton (T-Dog) was Ward's teammate with the Georgia Bulldogs in 1998. Also, Ward once died and rose up from his grave with a hunger for human flesh. One of those sentences is a lie.

Ward's previous acting experience was in the Dark Knight Rises, trying to escape Bane's wave of destruction as a member of the Gotham Rogues. Sadly,  zombies vs. Bane's minions would make a better Super Bowl than the San Francisco 49ers playing the Baltimore Ravens.

Ben Roethlisberger was going to play a zombie victim oh the The Walking Dead But as zombies only eat brains, the producers realized that they would starve trying to feast on Big Ben's empty noggin.





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