Franco Harris died this week at the age of 72.
His catch, "The Immaculate Reception," happened 50 years ago Friday.
The catch came against the Oakland Raiders in the 1972 AFC divisional playoffs during his rookie season.
Pittsburgh Steelers were set to retire Harris' No. 32 this Sunday.
Coach Mike Tomlin talked about Harris' catch Tuesday when he addressed reporters.
"It's humbling to be in close proximity to it, to understand its impact on this organization," Ben Roethlisberger says.
In 2020, the play was celebrated as the greatest in the NFL's 100-year history.
It was the first playoff game the Steelers had ever won.