By Cian Fahey
After Alan Faneca left the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2008, the Steelers looked to the then 25-year-old Chris Kemoeatu to become his replacement. After a fine first year in the starting line-up, Kemoeatu received a five year deal worth $20 million.
Skip ahead to the 2012 off-season and Kemoeatu's status as a Steelers starter is gone while his position on the roster at all is under threat.
Because of a change-over in offensive philosophy, the Steelers have recently moved away from the running game in favor of their franchise quarterback and talented receivers, Kemoeatu's worst Read more [...]