Daniel Bruno: So, lets start from when you were a kid. Soccer Jerseys Online . For me when I was young I always used to wear this Ricky Williams Dolphins jersey, but how about you? Was there a jersey you always wore that you loved?Terry Crews: Well no, mainly because I couldnt afford a jersey, which was crazy, we were pretty poor. But I remember having a Cleveland Browns poncho that kept the rain off of us. You know, ponchos were like 50 cents. My mother would let me wear that to school, but I didnt even like the Cleveland Browns , so that was tough (laughs). Wow, Cleveland? I was a Cowboys fan. But it was weird, my brother loved the Steelers and I loved the Cowboys, so we hated each other and it was like a battle every Sunday. But dude, I was like, "I got this dang Cleveland Browns poncho, but hey, at least its an NFL team."DB: Was there a favourite sports movie you had growing up?TC: Oh, Longest Yard. Definitely, Longest Yard. What was cool is that it would play on Saturday night on TV, I never got a chance to see it in a theatre, but the original with Burt Reynolds and the whole deal it was awesome. And then the fact that I ended up IN The Longest Yard remake was the dream of a lifetime.DB: Was that the only time you felt small on a movie set because there were a lot of massive men in that movie?TC: Yeah, I did, I did. And youre talking about the big personalities too. You had wrestlers, comedians, pro ball players, it was really a hodgepodge. And then the actors! When youre talking about Burt and Chris Rock and Adam, Chris Bosworth, Bill Romanowski! Thats all I gotta say, it was so much fun. It was like being in jail, except we got paid (laughs).DB: Do you have a favourite story from that set?TC: Oh ya, but there are so many to remember and really go into. But I remember myself and everyone having to calm Bill Romanowski down. Because we were like, "Dude, you know this is a movie right?" and he would respond with (does a hilarious Bill Romanowski impression) "Ya, I know its a movie, but we gotta keep going! We gotta make it look real!" And we were like "Yaaaaa, but you know, we gotta go to work tomorrow, as well" (Laughs). And he just kept saying, ah I dont understand this film stuff. And were just like okay man, calm it down, Bill, calm it down. And then wed tell him, "Man, go get a smoothie from the truck over there, theyre serving smoothies." And hed be like all mad "I dont wanna go get a smoothie, I wanna hit somebody!" It was hard (laughs).DB: Another really stacked cast you were on were the Expendables movies. Were there certain guys that you were really looking forward to meeting out of all those action stars?TC: Oh, wow. Well, first of all, when youve met Sly, youve met it all. Everything else is in descending order, I aint gonna lie. Sly is everything, he is what movies are all about. You are talking about a man, if the Bible was being written right now, it would be Stallone chapter 1, verse 1, there would be a whole book for him! (laughs) Hes that guy! You know, when youre talking about that kind of fame, thats scary, people dont get that famous anymore. Theres so many other stars and all that other stuff, but he is one of the most famous people, you can go to remote parts or whatever part of the world you want, Africa, New Zealand or whatever and they will know Sylvester Stallone. And when hes your boy, because he doesnt have time for fools either, hes at that age where he doesnt care anymore, you know what I mean? Everyone knows that age. And hes like, (puts on Stallone impression) "Eh, get outta here!" And you just see him bark at somebody and youre like holy cow, Im glad he likes me! And hes like "So, Terry what were you saying?" And your like "I love you Sly, youre the man!" Thats all you can say (laughs). Hes the best in the world. #150333186 / gettyimages.com DB: How big was the gym on that set and was it hard to get weights?TC: Oh no! Now, you gotta understand too, that nobody worked out together. Everyones workout was a secret, you know what I mean? Now youre talking male pride at its height on that set. Everyone would come and look like, "Yeah okay hes doing push-ups hmm, alright." (Laughs) And its kinda like no one wanted to give away exactly what their workout was, you might see them warming up, but you never saw anybody in the gym at the same time. I remember seeing Van Damme leave a couple times, waiting for Sly to be done, waiting for his turn. #103456853 / gettyimages.com DB: Youre currently on the show Brooklyn Nine-Nine, in my opinion one of the funniest shows on television right now…TC: Thank you, thank you.DB: Not including yourself, whos the best athlete on that cast because I hate to say it but it doesnt look like a very athletic group of people.TC: You know what, its kinda shocking, but Melissa Fumero is a dancer. She went to NYU, studied dance, the whole thing, so I would say shes actually more athletic than Andy (Samberg)(Laughs). Andy does a lot of pat falls, but I would give it up to Melissa in the athletic category. Like I said if anybody out of the whole cast other than me could run and jump and do their thing, I would give it to Melissa.DB: Youre here promoting the What Makes A Man conference this weekend. Why why is this such an important event for you?TC: I just feel we need to change what masculinity means in this century. You can tell by whats going on in the news and whats going on in Hollywood and in sports that this hyper-masculinity is a problem. What Im shocked by more is the silence in the community. Where you have outright abuse of women and guys are just kinda looking the other way. And I have to really correlate it with the Civil Rights era, when you see people being abused and you see fire hoses being put on people and you say nothing! Thats almost like you agree. You know what I mean? What can you say, the people that stood up with the people that were fighting for freedom, we need people to stand up now to help these people fight against abuse. And I think that until men stand up, because women have been talking and asking for help for years, for eons and for centuries, but until men stand up and say, "Enough is enough, we have to stop this because this is a problem." You know, I love football, but I love the women in my life much more than that. #81597167 / gettyimages.com DB: Can you go BarDown?TC: Wow, could I do that? No, I dont thi… To hit the bar!? You aim the puck at the bar!?DB: Yeah, ideally youd aim to hit the lower half of the bar.TC: Thats crazy, thats crazy. No, hell nah man thats years of skill and ability. You gotta start doing that when youre like 1 and a half and Im 46 now, so I think its a little late (laughs).---WMAM2014 was an event put on by the White Ribbon Campaign and took place this past weekend.White Ribbon is the worlds largest movement of men and boys working to end violence against women and girls, promote gender equity, healthy relationships and a new vision of masculinity. The organization works to examine the root causes of gender-based violence and create a cultural shift that helps bring us to a future without violence. 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Mitchell first announced on Twitter that he has signed with the Steelers and his agent Brian Hamilton confirmed the signing to The Associated Press. Financial terms were not released. The Steelers have not announced the addition of Mitchell. "First I have to thank God for this blessing and Mr. Rooney and the Steelers organization for such a great opportunity!" Mitchell wrote on Twitter. Mitchell started 14 games last season for the Carolina Panthers and had 66 tackles, four interceptions, 3.5 sacks and two forced fumbles for the leagues second-ranked defence. Mitchell came to Carolina after four seasons with the Oakland Raiders, mostly in a reserve role. The 6-foot, 210-pound Mitchell brought an attitude to the Carolina defence, regularly collecting personal fouls and league-imposed fines for late hits. By releasing Woodley with a post-June 1 designation, the Steelers free up about $8 million in salary cap space in 2014. The money saved will likely go toward signing the teams selections in the NFL draft in May. Woodley will, however, count $8.5 millionn against the teams cap number in 2015. Soccer Jerseys From China. Selected by the Steelers in the second round (46th overall) of the 2007 draft out of Michigan, Woodley signed a six-year, $61.5 million contract in 2011, but has struggled to remain healthy. He missed at least three games in each of the last three seasons as hamstring and other lower body issues kept him sidelined for long stretches. The turning point came in a 25-17 win over New England on Oct. 30, 2011. Woodley sacked Tom Brady twice in that game, but also left with a strained hamstring. He had nine sacks at the time of the injury, played in two games the rest of the way and could never seem to rediscover the productivity that made Woodley and James Harrison one of the most feared outside linebacker combinations in the league. Woodley, 29, failed to get a sack after Oct. 20 last year and ended the season on injured reserve. While Woodley sat with calf problems, Jason Worilds thrived. He led Pittsburgh with eight sacks and the Steelers made the fifth-year linebacker their transition player. Woodley started 81 of 94 games during the regular season as well as seven of eight post-season games in his seven years with Pittsburgh. He made the Pro Bowl and selected second-team All-Pro by The Associated Press in 2009. ' ' '