The Pittsburgh Steelers have an open-door policy.
In order to prepare for Sunday’s wild-card game against Miami, the Steelers practiced this week with fans on and the doors open at the team’s indoor practice facility. The goal was to simulate the anticipated blustery game conditions at Heinz Field, where the temperatures are expected to be in the teens.
“Extreme measures have to be taken,” guard Ramon Foster said, according to TribLive.com. “Sunday is going to be a cold, cold game, so why baby guys?
“Open up the doors and turn on the fans. What better scenario?”
The Steelers have played six games in their 84-year history when the temperature dipped below 20...