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With the start of the 2013 NFL Combine this week and the impending start of free agency in just three weeks, NFL rumors are flying around the league regarding possible roster changes. One such rumor surfaced from Indianapolis this afternoon regarding former Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Steve Breaston and the possibility of him joining the Pittsburgh Steelers next season. Breaston played under current Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley while he was the head coach in Kansas City and hails from the Pittsburgh region. Breaston was released by the Chiefs this week after logging just seven receptions last year while appearing in ten games for Kansas City. Breaston and Haley have a history together, dating back to their time with the Arizona Cardinals as well as the time in Kansas City. His best season came in 2008 after recording 1,006 receiving yards on 77 receptions. The Michigan product has struggled in Kansas City as the team’s quarterback play has suffered and h...

Report: Steelers Only Offered Mike Wallace $7 Million A Season Last Year

The free agency signing period is now less than three weeks away and that means Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace is very close to finding out which team, or teams, will be actively pursuing his future services. Peter King of Sports Illustrated said in his most recent Monday Morning Quarterback article that Wallace is facing an intriguing free-agency period because...

Report: Steelers To Meet With USC WR Robert Woods At Combine

The 2013 NFL combine continues on in Indianapolis and another player has been identified as one that the Pittsburgh Steelers will meet with for 15 minutes. Jim Wexell of Steel City Insider reports via Twitter that USC wide receiver Robert Woods has indicated that he has a meeting scheduled with the black and gold. Teams are allowed to meet with 60 players during the week. Woods...

The Terrible Podcast – Talking Team Leadership, NFL Combine, Mike Wallace, Steve Breaston & More Episode

Season 3, Episode 78 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk first about the continued fallout from the Pittsburgh Steelers anonymous player telling the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that linebacker LaMarr Woodley was out of shape last season and played awful. We discuss the most recent interviews that Ryan Clark, Larry Foote, Ike Taylor and Antonio Brown gave regarding...

Andy Reid says the Chiefs are willing to trade the first overall pick

During today’s press conference at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indy, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid stated that they’re willing to trade the first overall pick in April’s draft. “Listen, yeah, we’re going to evaluate everything,” Reid said, per “We’re just not going to give it away. So, we’d have to see what people throw our way. It’s a pretty...

Chiefs dump Steve Breaston, Kevin Boss

The Kansas City Chiefs announced that they’ve released wide receiver Steve Breaston and tight end Kevin Boss. Chiefs release Steve Breaston, Kevin Boss. — Reid Ferrin (@KCChiefs_Reid) February 19, 2013 The Chiefs were already $11 million under the salary cap.  They’ve freed up a total of $8.4 million. After suffering another concussion last season that ended up putting Boss...

Chiefs Cut Breaston and Boss

The Chiefs have cut ties with receiver Steve Breaston and tight end Kevin Boss.Fantasy Spin:Breaston had 1,006 yards on 77 receptions in 2008-09 but hasn't done anything to warrant fantasy attention in the last four seasons. Boss, meanwhile, played just two games last season.

Chiefs rumors: Kansas City open to trading No. 1 pick

While the Kansas City Chiefs aren’t looking to give the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft away, head coach Andy Reid told reporters, including Marc Sessler of, that the team is willing to field offers for the selection. "Listen, yeah, we're going to evaluate everything," Reid said. "We're just not going to give it away. So we'd have...

Video: Steelers Kevin Colbert 2013 NFL Combine Press Conference

Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert held his annual press conference at the NFL combine in Indianapolis on Thursday and you can now watch it via the video replay below which is courtesy of FOX Sports. Read more [...]

Report: Eagles may be willing to trade Nick Foles for a 3rd round pick

According to Evan Silva of, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen claims that he believes the Philadelphia Eagles might trade quarterback Nick Foles in exchange for a third round pick. “I do believe there is some substance to the desire to talk to the Eagles about Nick Foles,” said Mort. “I think it’d take probably a third-rounder to get Foles. So I wouldn’t close the...

Five Inspirational Stories Of Hope For Matt Cassel

Let's face it people, Matt Cassel is stealing money. That's why the Kansas City Chiefs are trying to talk Cassel into taking a pay cut for the 2013 season. Stevie Wonder and Jose Feliciano can both see that Cassel is not living up to his six-year $63 million contract. Stevie and Jose could probably do a better job of reading coverages and studying film too.But with all...

Hines Ward:Baller, Dancer…Triathelete?

Hines Ward may have hung up his cleats and dancing shoes but he still hasn’t quite found a way to shake that competitive itch. Instead of pulling a Favre and coming out of retirement as a grandpa, the former Steelers wide receiver is taking on a different kind of challenge. He’s becoming a triathlete! This morning, Ward talked about his grueling training regimen on HLN’s Morning...
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