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We already know to expect a flat salary cap in 2014, but opinions seem to be mixed about what it will be in 2015 when the new television deal money starts kicking in. Pittsburgh Steelers president Art Rooney II seems to think the next few years that the salary cap will not increase very much when he talked to the Pittsburgh media about the tough decisions the team has had to make recently that led to the release of linebacker James Harrison and guard Willie Colon.
"Every year you have to make decisions like that. You obviously have to look ahead to what the implications are going to be in years Read more [...]
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At the risk of being sacrilegious, let’s relate the biggest news story in the world this week to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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A new Pope was elected Wednesday and greeted by thousands of worshipers at the Vatican.
If Steelers fans knew that Chuck Noll, Bill Cowher and Mike Tomlin all would win at least one Super Bowl, perhaps...
Joey Porter's Florida home reportedly is in foreclosure. There is no word yet regarding how this pertains to his financial situation.
Plaxico Burress made it clear to Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin and general manager Kevin Colbert at the end of last season that he wanted to be playing for the Steelers in 2013.
“I told them Pittsburgh was the only place I wanted to be,”
Pittsburgh Steelers unrestricted free agent safety Ryan Mundy was in for a visit with the New York Giants on Thursday and it appears as if a deal is close to being struck.
According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today on Twitter, the Giants could have a deal finalized with Mundy sometime on Thursday.
Mundy has been with the Steelers ever since he was drafted in the sixth round of the...
Season 3, Episode 84 of The Terrible Podcast is up, and with co-host David Todd back in the saddle we recap everything that has gone on with the Pittsburgh Steelers over the course of the last week and that includes the first few days of free agency. We look at the release of Willie Colon and the re-signing of Ramon Foster specifically and how this may or may not play a role in the...
The Pittsburgh Steelers had recently released running back Beanie Wells in for a free agent visit on Friday and that visit appears to have not gone so well.
The 24 year old Wells, who was recently let go by the Arizona Cardinals, partly because of a right knee problem, reportedly has a "bad wheel" according to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Twitter.
The Pittsburgh Steelers missed out on free agent linebackers Lorenzo Alexander and Moise Fokou as both players signed contracts with other teams on Wednesday. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports now reports via Twitter Wednesday night that Dallas Cowboys free agent linebacker Victor Butler is scheduled to visit Pittsburgh on Thursday.
Butler, an outside linebacker, has played in 63...
Updating a previous story on free agent tight end Kellen Davis from earlier today, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com now reports via Twitter that the recently released Davis is scheduled to visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday. An earlier report said that the Steelers had interest.
Davis was released by the Chicago Bears on Wednesday along with former Steelers tight end Matt Spaeth...
The Patriots have been causing a lot of buzz around the league over the past few days. In addition to signing Donald Jones, they have Dwight Freeney, Adrian Wilson, John Abraham and now reportedly Emmanuel Sanders scheduled to visit today.
Steelers RFA WR Emmanuel Sanders visiting Patriots today. Pats could sign him to offer sheet that cap-strapped Steelers struggle to match....
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reported on Friday that former Chicago Bears tight end Matt Spaeth might land back with the Pittsburgh Steelers. ESPN is now reporting that Spaeth has indeed signed back with the team that drafted him in the third round of the 2007 draft.
Spaeth played his first four seasons in the league...