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'Hey, You Played With My Dad'

Peyton Manning spent 17 seasons as a quarterback in the NFL, with the Indianapolis Colts and the Denver Broncos. It’s reasonable to presume he heard it all when it came to trash talk from opponents during that period. However, he recently said on ESPN’s Monday night Manning Cast that a simple — and most likely friendly — joke made by Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman Cameron Heyward about his father, Craig “Ironhead” Heyward, before a playoff game got to him more than others.  

End with the Pittsburgh Steelers Craig “Ironhead” Heyward, a Pro Bowl NFL fullback, is Cameron’s father.

Pitt is fantastic. Craig Heyward has been nominated to the voting ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame induction class of 2021 for the second time!

RT if you believe “Ironhead” belongs in the @CFBHall…

• Finalist for the Heisman Trophy • All-American by consensus#H2Ppic.twitter.com/1PTGtdqDkX

June 16, 2020 — Pitt Football (@Pitt FB)

Craig “Ironhead” Heyward was one of the largest, baddest, and best-nicknamed running backs in NFL history.  

The 5-foot-11, 260-pound batter ram was a running back for the University of Pittsburgh Panthers and is from Passaic, New Jersey. He carried for 1,791 yards, scored 12 running touchdowns, caught 12 receptions for 207 yards, and added a touchdown via the air during his senior season.

This effort earned the big man a Consensus All-American selection as well as a spot on the Heiman Trophy Finalist list. Although Tim Brown of Notre Dame won the award in 1987 (Craig finished fifth), Ironhead’s performance inspired the Saints to choose him 24th overall in the 1988 NFL Draft.

Craig spent five seasons in New Orleans before joining the Chicago Bears for a year. He then traveled to Atlanta, where head coach June Jones opted to use him as a more conventional running back, like he had been in college.

With the Falcons, Cameron’s father (Craig’s future NFL-playing son was born in 1989) enjoyed his finest statistical seasons. He had 491 carries for 2,183 yards and 16 touchdowns in three seasons, which was over half of his career totals. During his one and only 1,000-yard running season in 1995, he even made the Pro Bowl.

Ironhead departed Atlanta in 1997 to play for the St. Louis Rams before ending his career with the Indianapolis Colts in 1998. It was at that final stop that he met Peyton Manning, a rookie quarterback.

Craig Heyward died of cancer at the age of 39 in 2006, five years before his son made his Steelers debut.

Cameron Heyward informed Peyton Manning that he played with his father and got in his mind before a playoff game.

(L-R) Defensive lineman Cameron Heyward of the Pittsburgh Steelers smiles as he looks on from the field after a preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Heinz Field on August 18, 2011; Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning on the sidelines in the fourth quarter against the San Francisco 49ers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Sunday October 19, 2014; Running back Craig Heyward of the Atlanta Falcons looks on from the sideline during a preseason game against the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Municipal Stadium on August 19, 1994.

(L-R) Defensive lineman Cameron Heyward of the Pittsburgh Steelers smiles as he looks on from the field after a preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Heinz Field on August 18, 2011; Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning on the sidelines in the fourth quarter against the San Francisco 49ers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Sunday October 19, 2014; Running back Craig Heyward of the Atlanta Falcons looks on from the sideline during a preseason game against the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Municipal Stadium on August 19, 1994. Cameron Heyward, Peyton Manning, and Craig Heyward (L-R) | George Gojkovich/Getty Images; Marc Piscotty/Icon Sportswire/Corbis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images; George Gojkovich/Getty Images

The Monday Night Football game between the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers was called by Peyton Manning in Week 17. Peyton told his brother Eli a tale about the late, great fullback at the Manning Cast.

After Craig Heyward’s son, experienced Steelers defensive lineman Cameron Heyward, sacked Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield, Peyton spoke about an encounter he had with the younger Heyward during his playing days.

Peyton informed Eli after expressing his displeasure with Cleveland’s play-calling that resulted with the sack:

Eli, hello there. Cam Heyward, how about you? I was with him at a playoff coin toss, and he says to me before the toss, ‘Hey, you played with my dad.’ ‘Wow,’ I thought. You mention feeling elderly. My debut year with the Colts, I had the opportunity to play alongside Craig ‘Ironhead’ Heyward. When you’re playing in an NFL game against someone’s kid, though, you’re elderly. That’s why, three games later, I called it quits.

Peyton Manning talks about facing Cameron Heyward and playing alongside his father, Craig Heyward.

Despite Cameron Heyward making Manning feel his age, the veteran still had a little left in the tank for the Steelers and the rest of the NFL after that exchange.

Manning and the Denver Broncos were still victorious in the contest.

In the Divisional Round of the 2015 NFL Playoffs, the Denver Broncos, led by a 39-year-old Peyton Manning at quarterback, met the Pittsburgh Steelers, led by a 26-year-old Cameron Heyward.

After a 12-4 season, Peyton and the Broncos entered the game with a first-round bye. Following a Wild Card Round upset of the Cincinnati Bengals, Cameron and the Steelers ended 10-6 that season.

The game began as a defensive struggle. The Broncos (a -7.5 favorite) were behind 13-9 halfway through the third quarter as both sides failed to generate scores. Peyton and the Broncos went on a 14-3 run after that to win the game 23-16.

Following their victory against Pittsburgh, the Broncos headed to New England and defeated the favored (-3.0) Patriots 20-18 to go to the Super Bowl at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.  

Peyton and the Broncos had an easier time with the Carolina Panthers than with their two AFC opponents there. The squad won 24-10, and the middle Manning brother was awarded his second Lombardi Trophy.

Peyton Manning resigned from the NFL three games after his altercation with Cameron Heyward, as he said on the Manning Cast.

Pro Football Reference and Sports Reference provided all stats.

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