Chat with Jerome Bettis

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Jerome Bettis
Bettis was drafted 10 overall by the Rams in the 1993 draft.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Tuesday, now that the NFL is officially back, we'll be talking about the 2011 season with former running back Jerome Bettis.

Following a 13-year career in the NFL, Bettis retired after his Pittsburgh Steelers won Super Bowl XL in 2006, his only Super Bowl win. He left the game with 13,662 rushing yards, good for fifth all-time and his 91 rushing TDs is 10th all-time.

Bettis has teamed up with Dick's Sporting Goods for education on concussions through PACE, a program that will screen 1 million youth athletes for concussions. Through Sept. 12, Dick's will donate $1 to PACE for every pair of athletic shoes purchased at a Dick's location.

Send your questions now and join Bettis Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET!

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