Alejandro Villanueva Wears The Name Of War Hero Alwyn Cashe On His Helmet

Alejandro Villanueva Wears The Name Of War Hero Alwyn Cashe On His Helmet


Pittsburgh Steelers star Alejandro Villanueva wore a special name on his helmet Monday night against the Giants.

Chris Adamski pointed out that Villanueva, who is a former Army Ranger, was wearing the name Alwyn Cashe on his helmet. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Cashe died after suffering wounds in Iraq in 2005 after an explosion from an IED. He was awarded the Silver Star after his death for rescuing the lives of multiple soldiers during the explosion.

Steelers LT Alejandro Villanueva has the name Alwyn Cashe on the back of his helmet

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Cashe was posthumousky awarded the Silver Star for heroism after his death at 35 while on duty in Iraqhttps://t.co/a4Pbp3UERU had said ALL players’ helmets would have Antwon Rose Jr’s name pic.twitter.com/UMqbxVo6mj

— Chris Adamski (@C_AdamskiTrib) September 14, 2020

This is a 100% pure class move from Villanueva. It’s also worth noting that the Steelers had previously claimed all the players would wear the name of Antwon Rose Jr. Rose was a teenager shot by police in 2018, according to Adamski.

Villanueva covered up his name and replaced it with Cashe’s.

https://t.co/a4Pbp3UERU write-up of Steelers’ Antwon Rose

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