Employment is shifting from blue-collar to professional jobs, although there have been some dislocations in recent years due to mergers and general corporate downsizing. Steep hills rise on all sides of town; some neighborhoods can be reached by a 19th-century incline tram from the central city.The neighborhoods have unique identities and the city’s planning department recognizes more than 90 in all. The downtown area is vibrant and active, with nightlife along the river and ample downtown shopping.Excellent residential neighborhoods and suburban towns extend in all directions.The Moon Township area (west above the river) is the fastest growing and one of the best family areas, while older suburbs like Mt Lebanon and Bethel Park (to the south) and Mc Candless and Allison Park (north) are all worth a look."The NFL is a relation-based business," Warmack said. The right guard spot already is filled by Brandon Brooks, and Warmack is one of four players competing for the starting left guard job, along with Allen Barbre, Isaac Seumalo and Stefen Wisniewski."When you've been with a guy for two years prior to coming to the NFL and had the success we had together, it was a no-brainer (signing with the Eagles). Seumalo, a 2016 third-round pick, will enter training camp as the front-runner for the job.These areas have generously spaced, high quality housing for the price.The area is well known for its sports, education, and cultural amenities.
"I didn't ask (Schwartz), when I first came here, what role I was going to play.
It was decided, however, that no one would be paid.
Today, 45 years later, all involved are still volunteers.
If Warmack doesn't win the starting left guard job, he might not even make the 53-man roster. Wisniewski, who can play both guard spots and center, signed a three-year, million deal, .5 million of which is guaranteed.
Barbre, who started 12 games last year, including nine at left guard, figures to stick as the backup swing guard-tackle if he doesn't win the starting job.