Yesterday we honored Green Bay Packer Atari Bigby. And today we honor the Steelers' lone immigrant player Chris Kemoeatu. The Tonga native has spent his entire career (2005 to present) playing offensive guard for the Steelers. Kemoeatu moved at the age of three to Hawaii and went on to be named 2000 Hawaii High School Defensive Player of the Year. He went on to become an All-American player at the University of Utah. He's been a starter for the Steelers for the last several years. By the way, his little brother Benji is now slouch on the gridiron. He's playing for the Washington Redskins.

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