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Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel admits that this could be his final season in Pittsburgh.
“It’s definitely possible,” Keisel said, per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “It’s not a secret that I’m one of the older guys on the team, the oldest guy on the defense. If it is that way, I want to do everything I can in my power to hopefully help lead this team to another championship.”
Keisel has been a great player for the Steelers. He’s been a blue-collar guy that brings his best effort every week, but at the age of 34, his time in the NFL is winding down.
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