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According to communications coordinator Burt Lauten, new Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Lance Moore just signed his contract on Tuesday. According to Brian McIntyre on Twitter, Moore's contract totals out at $3 million, but there is no breakdown yet of the structure. The Steelers were likely hoping to pay former wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery that same deal, but the veteran chose to sign with the Carolina Panthers instead. New Steelers WR Lance Moore Has Signed A Two-Year, $3 Million Contract is a post from: Steelers Depot
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