Found March 12, 2012 on SteelBlitz Steelers Blog:
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  With rollover money from the 2011 season the Steelers 2012 cap officially stands at just over $121 million dollars. The number likely isn’t as high as teams were hoping, but at least it’s not lower. The Steelers will now move to signing their own restricted free agents and should Continue
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