Jerome Bettis Opened A Bar Restaurant After Being Retired; Have A Look At His Former Career Stats

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Jerome Bettis Opened A Bar Restaurant After Being Retired; Have A Look At His Former Career Stats

People always tend to find new paths in life walking in which they find ultimate happiness. The same can be said about former NFL star Jerome Bettis who now has started his bar restaurant after retiring from NFL.

So let us take a look at his new restaurant and also take a look back at his decorated career.

A New Path In Life.

For a man whose first love was football, it might not have been easy to bid farewell to the game. But since he is done with his career as a footballer, he has found a new path in life and has started his bar-restaurant named Jerome Bettis' Grille 36 back on June 5, 2007. It is located at 393 N Shore Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15212 and the place is a treat for your tastebuds.

Caption: Jerome Bettis' Grille 36 is located at 393 N Shore Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15212.

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The Grill accepts all the main cards for payment, and it was also voted the best sports restaurant of Pittsburgh.The food they serve are delicious and also are reasonable in price. Moreover, the menu consists of great items like Spinach and Artichoke Dip & Firecracker Shrimp, and this is just a couple of items on a great list. What more can you ask?

Caption: The food Jerome Bettis' Grille 36 serves are a treat for your tastebuds.

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If you are anywhere in Pittsburgh and are looking for a great place for lunch or a dinner, well, you might just head to Jerome Bettis' Grille 36.

The bar also serves some of the best drinks which might just make things even better.

Caption: Jerome Bettis' Grille 36 serves drinks along with lunch and dinner.

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Jerome's Decorated Career and Stats.

Jerome Bettis or as the professional world of football calls him; THE BUS is a Pro Football Hall of Famer who got inducted in the privileged class back in 2015. He is best known for being one of the best halfbacks ever to grace the football pitch. He played for Los Angeles Rams/St. Louis Rams and Pittsburgh Steelers and the skills he displayed in the football pitch has placed him sixth on the list of NFL rushing yards leaders.

For a man who accomplished a lot, he is respected by many football lovers. But there comes a time when you have to hang your boots up, and so did his. He retired back in 2006 after the Pittsburgh Steelers won Super Bowl XL beating the Seattle Seahawks in his native Detroit, Michigan. The man, who stands over 5ft 11 inches tall in height and is 252lb in weight, was one of the very best in the footballing history and his career stats show just how great player he is in the game.

Caption: The dominant career stats of Jerome Bettis.

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Jerome has had a splendid career, which is evident in his overall career stats. He played a total of 192 games in his career with 3479 rush attempts for which he ran 13662 yards and has an average R/A of 3.9. He also made 91 touchdowns and gained 2052.6 fantasy points which shows how much he was loved by the fans of the great game. 

Caption: Jerome Bettis' Hall of Fame Induction Speech 2015.

Published on Aug 8, 2015.

He may be retired, but the football world still misses "The Bus." 

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