Found March 12, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
It's finally here. The 2013 league year begins at 4:00 p.m. EST today and the last two weeks have been very busy for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who restructured three contracts, issued four restricted tenders, signed cornerback William Gay and guard Ramon Foster to three year deals, and released linebacker James Harrison. That's quite a bit of work, but the work is not done. Until we get the final numbers in on the Foster contract, I will not go into great detail, but the Steelers are presumably just a couple a million under the $123 million salary cap with just hours to go before the start of the Read more [...]

Report: Steelers Sign Ramon Foster To Three-Year Contract

Surprise, surprise. According to X Adam Schefter of, the Pittsburgh Steelers have managed to retain unrestricted free agent guard Ramon Foster prior to the start of the free agency signing period. The financial details aren't known as of yet, but Schefter reports the deal is for three years. Foster has been the Steelers most consistent lineman the last two season and...

Harrison Being Released is Painful, But Correct

There’s nothing wrong with being upset about James Harrison being released. There’s nothing wrong with being upset about him not taking less money to stay with the Steelers either. The decision the Pittsburgh Steelers made this past weekend is not one that fans will simply say “ho-hum” to and go on with their day. Harrison made himself into a Steelers legend and one that...

Agent Says Former Steelers LB James Harrison Also Interested In Playing For The Ravens

Bill Parise, the agent for former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, has been a busy man ever since his client was released on Saturday. Parise has already let the Cleveland Browns know on Sunday that Harrison would love to play for them and now the Baltimore Sun reports that Parise says Harrison is interested in joining the Baltimore Ravens as well. "Baltimore...

James Harrison a Cleveland Brown? No thanks.

With two seasons left on his contract, the Pittsburgh Steelers released outside linebacker James Harrison. A part of two Super Bowl championship teams in Pittsburgh, with 5 Pro Bowls, 3 All-Pro teams and an AP Defensive Player of the Year award, Harrison leaves with quite a resume. And he can take the resume and the baggage that comes with him to some other team if I had anything...

Report: Former Steelers LB James Harrison Considered A Long Shot To Join The Saints

Bill Parise, the agent for former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, was busy on Sunday letting several teams around the league know that his client was interested in playing for them. One of those teams that Parise gave a heads-up to was the New Orleans Saints, who will be switching to a 3-4 defense in 2013 under the direction of their new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan...

The Cleveland Browns Should Sign James Harrison

James Harrison, who is the youngest of 14 children, was born and raised in Akron, Ohio, 40 miles south of Cleveland. He attended Kent State University and was undrafted out of college. He was signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers and was a part of the practice squad for two seasons. He also spent a year in NFL Europe. Harrison didn’t become a full-time starter until 2007 and the...

Longtime Steelers badass James Harrison is interested in becoming a Baltimore Raven

Hoping to help compensate for the losses of Ray Lewis and Paul Kruger, free agent linebacker James Harrison is reportedly interested in becoming a Baltimore Raven. Even at 34, the 6-foot, 242 pound Harrison, who the Pittsburgh Steelers signed as an undrafted talent out of Kent State in 2002, is an upgrade over Kruger and the unhinged badass would somewhat lessen the dramatic impact...

James Harrison has been talking with the Ravens

According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, James Harrison’s agent has informed him that his client has been talking with the Ravens. “I’ve talked to Ozzie, sure have, had a good talk about James,” Parise said. “It’s early and we’re not in negotiations, but we’re having some good conversations. Baltimore would be an outstanding place for James to play because...

The Terrible Podcast – Talking Foster, Colon, Lewis With Mark Kaboly & UNLV Punter Chase Lansford Interview Episode

Season 3, Episode 83 of The Terrible Podcast is up, and with co-host David Todd in New York covering the Big East tournament, I am joined by Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review as we discuss the re-signing of guard Ramon Foster on Monday and what it likely means for guard Willie Colon moving forward. Linebacker James Harrison was released on Saturday so we discuss the...
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