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Today we will continue on with our offseason look at Pittsburgh Steelers free agents. We will continue to knock these breakdowns out over the course of the next few weeks as we move closer towards the start of free agency in March. Our analysis has already covered three of the Steelers veteran unrestricted free agents and today we will have a look at veteran inside linebacker Larry Foote, who will turn 33 in June. Player: Larry Foote Position: Inside Linebacker Experience: 11 Years Free Agent Status: Unrestricted 2012 Salary Cap Hit: $3,600,000 2012 Season Breakdown: When James Read more [...]
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