Before the afternoon session starts, here are a handful of pictures from the first day that Steelers training camp was open to the public ...
George Muentser of Jeannette was the first fan to arrive at camp. He said this was he 41st consecutive training camp opener he'd been to.
Yes, people actually paid good money for the throwback jersey. I saw at least three of them yesterday, including this one worn by David Burkley, of Cleveland. Check out his license plate.
Tattoo of a gentleman from Michigan. He has the AFC North in his sights.
Three generations of the Keating family of Mt. Lebanon made the trip up.
Sounds about right.
Essentially on a whim, Dick Luncer of Harrington, Del., got a Steelers tattoo three years ago at the age of 70. He now has three.
Probably not Goodell approved merchandise.
Ryan Clark gives a surprise lift to a young fan wearing his #25 jersey.
The Hausman family of Davenport, Iowa, was among the first people to arrive in Latrobe. Here, they've staked out a prime location t get autographs.
And now, Paid Up.
Don Galla of Hagerstown, Md., has been a fixture of Steelers training camps and home games for years.