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It was reported on Thursday that Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison visited with the Cincinnati Bengals, and according to Harrison on Twitter, he had a good visit.
Don't they all?
Ian Rapaport of NFL.com reported on the Thursday evening edition of Total Access that the also Bengals liked what they heard from Harrison during his visit, but that there will be no immediate signing.
It is unlikely that Harrison will reach a deal with any team prior to the draft taking place, but the Bengals are in need of linebacker Read more [...]
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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...
Since being released by the Pittsburgh Steelers, James Harrison has had very limited, if any, employment opportunities in the NFL. The Steelers and Harrison tried to negotiate a lower salary for the 35-year-old linebacker, but the two sides couldn't agree on terms, and Harrison effectively decided to take his chances in free agency.
Now, James Harrison is being courted by...
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,...
Veteran free agent linebacker James Harrison has received little interest on the street. Harrison, soon to be 35, was released by the Pittsbugh Steelers early in the free agency period after a restructured deal between the two sides could not be worked out. Harrison’s agent made it known that the linebacker would be open to a return to the Steelers now, but head coach Mike Tomlin...
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
Apparently Ben Roethlisberger isn’t so keen on the idea of going into 2013 with either Plaxico Burress or Jerricho Cotchery as his No. 2 wide receiver — sh0cking.
That’s why the Steelers quarterback is “lobbying hard” for the Steelers to match the Patriots’ one-year, $2.5 million offer sheet given to Emmanuel Sanders, according to Jason La Canfora. The Steelers have the...
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 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...
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...
“With roughly 48 hours left to make a decision, the Pittsburgh Steelers are...