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Design based on Steelers helmet honors synagogue dead

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A Steelers fan holds a sign honoring the victims of a deadly shooting spree at a synagogue at Heinz Field during Sunday’s game.

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PITTSBURGH -- This was the Steelers' saddest game, begun with a profoundly quiet moment of silence, ended with tears, wedged into a city that is only beginning to mourn.

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Pittsburgh Steelers fans sit behind a banner with a Star of David before the teams game against the Cleveland Browns (📸: Don Wright/AP)

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Mike Tomlin lives about 800 yards away from the synagogue and he struggled when he spoke briefly about it after the game, saying words could not express how the Steelers feel as members of the community.

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Conner finished with 146 yards and two touchdowns -- his third straight game with at least 100 rushing yards and two touchdowns -- and his presence has helped halt the hand-wringing over Bell's absence.

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Panthers 36, Ravens 21: Cam Newton torched the league’s No. 1-ranked defense, completing 21 of 29 passes for 219 yards and two touchdowns and running for 52 yards and another score for host Carolina (5-2).

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On social media, Pittsburgh sports teams and their players stood with those mourning in their city.

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A design based on the Pittsburgh Steelers helmet logo — inserting a Star of David — appeared on the internet and was displayed at Heinz Field for the teams game a day after a deadly mass shooting at a synagogue in the city.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers and their fans held a special moment of silence for the victims of Saturdays horrific shooting at a synagogue. Some brought a banner of the Star of David as a show of sympathy and support. One message read: Stronger than hate.

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#steelers coach Mike Tomlin lives within a half-mile of the Pittsburgh temple. The sister of two victims used to work for the team. Steelers created a logo that replaced one of the 3 diamonds with the Star of David. They have no idea how much that means.

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Pittsburgh Steelers Star of David Artist: “We were strong before this tragedy. You can’t break steel” -- thank you @thindes #SynogogueShooting #PittsburghStrong @cnn

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A Steelers fan holds a sign honoring the victims of a deadly shooting spree at a synagogue at Heinz Field during Sunday’s game.

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The Pittsburgh offense is versatile, capable still of a quick strike 43-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Brown but also using a power running drive by Conner late in the third quarter.

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“Before it was the logo of a globally popular football team, the three diamonds were the seal of a product which helped develop the foundation of many cities across the globe — steel.

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A symbol of solidarity and strength is making its way around the internet after the deadly attack at a Pittsburgh synagogue. The image is a revamped Pittsburgh Steelers logo, with the Star of David substituting for the teams yellow star-like design.

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Ben Roethlisberger spent Saturday night listening to the news and was struck by how reporters tried to describe Pittsburgh to a national audience, as a "big, small city."

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PITTSBURG — A uniquely Pittsburgh symbol of solidarity and strength is making its way around the internet in the aftermath of Saturday’s deadly attack at a Pittsburgh synagogue.

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