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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was a guest Friday afternoon on SiriusXM NFL Radio and was asked to give his thoughts on whether or not he believes restricted free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders will be back next season after signing a one year, $2.5 million offer sheet with the New England Patriots.
Brown basically said that he doesn't think that Sanders will be back in 2013, and while the first part of his answer to the question was inaudible due to a bad cell phone connection, the second part wasn't.
"I don't think that they (the Steelers) really like guys that don't Read more [...]
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Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert was asked about the possibility of losing restricted free agent Emmanuel Sanders a few weeks at the owners meetings and was pretty straight forward with his response.
“We’ll wait to see what fits. If a player makes sense, if we think he’s a better player and we can make it fit financially, then we’ll investigate,” said...
Should the Pittsburgh Steelers wind up matching the one-year, $2.5 million offer sheet that restricted free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders with the New England Patriots, all the discussion will then shift to the possibility of working out a long-term extension with him before the 2013 season.
Personally, I don't see an extension in his future.
First off, Sanders,...
With Emmanuel Sanders potentially leaving the Pittsburgh Steelers for the New England Patriots as a restricted free agent the Steelers would be left very thin at receiver. Mike Wallace, the Steelers number one receiver in 2012, already left earlier in free agency to sign with the Miami Dolphins. Sanders served as the Steelers third receiver in 2012 which would means the team is...
According to reports the Pittsburgh Steelers are torn on whether or not to match the New England Patriots offer for Emmanuel Sanders. If they choose to match the deal they will bring back Sanders on a one year deal worth $2.5 million and he would be expected to move up on the depth chart as the Steelers number two receiver behind Antonio Brown. However, if they choose not to bring...
Th Pittsburgh Steelers have until the end of the day Sunday to match the offer sheet for Emmanuel Sanders. Sanders has signed a one year $2.5 million deal with the New England Patriots. If the Steelers choose not to match the offer they will receiver the Patriots third round pick. They will also save about $1.3 million against the cap. The Steelers could also choose to match the...
Maybe Bill Belichick has a conscience after all.
Perhaps he feels guilty about stealing the Steelers’ signals during the 2004 AFC Championship Game at Heinz Field.
How else can you explain the Patriots’ willingness to send the Steelers a third-round draft pick for Emmanuel Sanders?
Unless the devious Patriots laced Sanders’ drinking water with Randy Moss’ DNA during his visit...
Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent Emmanuel Sanders
signed an offer sheet with the New England Patriots worth $2.5 million for one
year yesterday, according to Albert Breer of NFL.com. Now, the Steelers will
have five days to either match that offer or allow Sanders to walk and accept
the Patriots’ third-round draft pick.
It isn’t clear what direction the Steelers...
The Patriots will likely be able to officially sign Emmanuel Sanders **knock on wood** when the Steelers announce that they will not make a counter to the offer sheet the WR signed with New England. Pittsburgh has little cap space left, so it is presumed that the restricted free agent will soon make his way to Foxboro.
NFL insider Adam Schefter tweeted yesterday some interesting...
Today the New England Patriots followed through with a free agent move that has been speculated on for weeks now. The team signed current Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders to a one-year offer sheet. The Steelers now have five days to match the offer from New England, or they can let him walk and receive the Patriots’ third round draft pick as compensation. Earlier...
The Patriots may have found their answer at wide receiver. Only time will tell.
Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders signed an offer sheet on Wednesday, agreeing to join the Patriots on a one-year deal. The deal is not yet set in stone, but either way it’s a win-win in New England.
Sanders is a restricted free agent this offseason, meaning the Steelers do retain some rights...
John Clayton of ESPN reported Friday on Twitter that the Pittsburgh Steelers are 50/50 as to whether or not to match the one-year, $2.5 million offer sheet that restricted free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders signed with the New England Patriots.
This is not surprising news as even the fanbase seems to be split with...
At this point, it appears that the Pittsburgh Steelers might not match the offer sheet Emmanuel Sanders signed with the New England Patriots. However, there is at least one reason for the Steelers to bring
Sanders back; quarterback Ben Roethlisberger wants them to, according to Jason
La Canfora of CBS Sports.
Big Ben has been lobbying hard to retain Sanders, calling coach Mike Tomlin...
Yesterday, Adam Schefter tweeted out a comment from an anonymous Steeler who believed Emmanuel Sanders could actually be more talented than Mike Wallace. The Patriots have an offer out to the restricted free agent receiver for $2.5 million, that's more cap space than the Steelers have but they could easily move some money around to match it.
The dilemma of course is, would...
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders is the only NFL restricted free agent over the past three years to sign an offer sheet with another team. The Steelers are now in a unique predicament: Match the deal Sanders signed with the New England Patriots or let him go and receive
The Pittsburgh Steelers find themselves in a unique predicament: Match the deal wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders signed with the New England Patriots or let him go and receive a third-round pick in April’s draft.
Matt Williamson of Scouts