Max Starks has spent his entire nine-year career with the Steelers, mostly as a starter along a traditionally injury-ravaged offensive line.
After tearing his ACL during the team's playoff loss to the Broncos in January, many believed Starks' career could be over.
Six months later, however, he's back like he never left.
On Tuesday, the Steelers re-signed Starks to a one-year contract. Ecstatic over his return, the 30-year-old left tackle tweeted a picture of the signed, sealed, and delivered deal.
Jubilation aside, Starks, once he gets back into football shape, provides nice depth to a position where you can't have enough of it. Although second-round selection Mike Adams is currently penciled in on Ben Roethlisberger's blindside, Starks is a good fallback option in case the rookie falters.