I'm not from Pittsburgh; I was born and have lived my whole life in Ohio. However, having grown up closer to Pittsburgh than Cleveland, all my professional sports loyalties are with Pittsburgh teams. I would no longer support the Steelers if they were to move to another city. I love them because they are they are the PITTSBURGH STEELERS, and if they decided to no longer represent the good, hard-working people of Pittsburgh, I would no longer feel any desire to support them. Such a move would only add to my mounting disdain for the NFL, and I don't know that I would continue having any interest in the game. Honestly, if it weren't for fantasy football and my love for the PITTSBURGH Steelers, I don't think I would follow the NFL at all (just as I don't the NBA). If you took the Steelers out of the 'burgh, I'm sure I would be done with them and quite possibly the league. P.S.: Browns fans did not root for the Ravens after the team moved to Baltimore. Art Modell is still one of the most hated figures in Cleveland, and fans here (I live and work near Cleveland now) hate the Ravens, too. They just don't hate them with nearly as much passion as we do because their team is almost never in contention for anything.