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Pittsburgh Steelers inside linebacker Larry Foote will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason and on Wednesday he was on 93.7 The Fan to talk about his future. Foote, who perhaps had his best statistical season of his 11 year career in 2012, was asked if he expects to be with the Steelers in 2013. "It's so early right now," said Foote. "I'm hoping. It might be more hope right now than actually thinking I'm coming back, but I don't know. I'll have a good idea probably in the next couple of weeks or a month or so. But I know the Steelers got a lot of stuff to do to iron out stuff with Read more [...]
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  • The Pittsburgh Steelers needs to CUT him (ASAP)the next day after the Superbowl. He is too slow for that position and he miss too many tackles also. So I hope he is joking on wanting to come back ...be for real Larry.
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