Found February 26, 2013 on
The first offseason contract restructure for the Pittsburgh Steelers has been taken care of as Albert Breer of NFL.com reports linebacker Lawrence Timmons has had his 2013 cap hit lowered roughly $5 million.
Timmons was originally set to earn a $5.375 million base salary in 2013 and also had a roster bonus due him of $2.5 million. The roster bonus and more than $4 million of his base salary were combined together and turned into a signing bonus in order to create the cap savings. The max that the Steelers could have saved with this structure is $5.37 million and we will have to wait and see Read more [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
Another day and another $3.08 million has been trimmed off of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2013 salary cap as wide receiver Antonio Brown had his contract restructured on Wednesday. When you couple that savings with the $5,343,750 million created on Tuesday by the contract restructure of linebacker Lawrence Timmons, you will see that $8,423,750 million has been trimmed in the last two...
The Pittsburgh Steelers are not even through with their restructures this offseason and already there is concern about the damage that they are doing to 2014 and beyond by pushing forward more money. Fans go through this concern every year because most just don't understand the real numbers and what lies ahead. Thank God Omar Khan does.
Here is the 2014 big picture for you....
As expected, the Pittsburgh Steelers are continuing on with their contract restructures in an effort to get cap compliant by the March 12 deadline. On Tuesday it was reported that linebacker Lawrence Timmons restructured his contract and that move cleared $5,299,750 million in 2013 cap space.
Pro Football Talk reports Wednesday via Twitter that Antonio Brown has also restructured...
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com reports that a source has informed him that the Steelers and WR Antonio Brown have agreed restructure his contract in order to create some extra cap space.
According to a ”source with knowledge of the transaction,” Browns base salary of $4.5 million has been reduced to a minimum salary of $650,000. Pittsburgh will convert the remaining...
Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Pittsburgh Steelers
School: Miami of Ohio
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
2013 was supposed to be the year of Big Ben Roethlisberger joining the QB1 society and he was well on his way last year of justifying that claim. Through his first 8 games Roethlisberger tossed 16 touchdowns along with only 4 interceptions...
Ben Roethlisberger is set to make $19.5 million in 2013. The Pittsburgh Steelers are hoping to move some of that money another year or so into the future to provide immediate salary cap relief.
Meet Frank C. Agnone II, Supervising Producer for South Park. He's been a producer for as long as the show has been on-air, 16 glorious seasons. He has no Wikipedia page, which is staggering. And his IMDb page shows he's originially from San Diego.
And yes that is an authentic Primanti Brother's t-shirt as well as a framed Mean Joe Greene Steelers jersey. I'm...
Following in the foot-steps of Antonio Brown, Ben Roethlisberger and Lawrence Timmons, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley will reportedly also re-structure his contract this week or next. For those of you keeping score at home, the re-structuring of a players’ contract is not a pay cut. It’s actually a way to convert salary money into signing bonus money.