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When the new CBA went into effect in 2011 it included a provision that stated teams had the ability to carryover unused cap space from one season to the next. Last season, for example, the Pittsburgh Steelers carried over just over $500K of unused cap space from the 2011 season to 2012.
John Clayton of ESPN.com reported on Tuesday that the Steelers ended the 2012 season with $758,000 in unused cap space so we can go ahead and assume that the team will take full advantage of the CBA provision and roll that amount over into 2013.
While there has been no official word yet from the league, the Read more [...]
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Matt Watt of the Miami Herald is reporting Thursday via Twitter that Pittsburgh Steelers running back Chris Rainey was arrested this morning on a simple battery charge according to the Gainesville Police Department.
Rainey, the Steelers fifth round draft pick from last April out of Florida, was arrested in September of 2010 and charged with aggravated stalking, a third-degree...
Even though the Pittsburgh Steelers are handcuffed by the salary cap, they have to find a way to re-sign Keenan Lewis, who had a breakout season as a starting cornerback in 2012.
Or do they?
Second-year cornerback Cortez Allen showed in the final two weeks of 2012 that he could push for a starting job in 2013.
Allen intercepted two passes and forced three fumbles. So in two games...
Pittsburgh Steeler rookie running back Chris Rainey has been arrested in Florida, accused of slapping his girlfriend.
Gainesville police officers charged Rainey Thursday morning with a single count of misdemeanor simple battery. He was taken to jail for booking.
Police say in a news release that Rainey was arguing with his girlfriend over his cellphone. His girlfriend got into...
It was reported earlier today that running back Chris Rainey was arrested down in Florida for simple battery.
Hours later the Pittsburgh Steelers announced that Rainey has been waived.
Rainey did a nice job of contributing as a rookie this season, but he’s an expendable player that has a troubled history. Smart move by the Steelers.
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Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach and current CBS NFL Today analyst Bill Cowher said in an interview with Newsday on Tuesday that he'll likely return to coaching sometime in the future. Despite that desire to return to coaching, Cowher hasn't been mentioned in any of this winter's coaching vacancies, and no teams have reached out to him about their openings.
Steelers rookie running back Chris Rainey was waived Thursday after he was arrested early Thursday morning in Gainesville, Fla. and charged with simple battery after allegedly slapping his girlfriend in the face. SOURCE: Pittsburgh Post-GazetteFantasy Spin:Rainey has been in trouble with the law several times over the last few years. He was accused of a felony stalking charge in...
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Chris Rainey has been arrested and
charged with one count of simple battery (dating violence).
Current CBS analyst and former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher wants to return to coaching in the NFL. The Super Bowl winning head coach has been linked to several coaching vacancies in recent years, but he chose to remain in broadcasting. Now, after six years away from the game, Cowher believes he’d like to return to the coaching ranks.
Speaking to Newsday, Cowher said...