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Onward we go with our player by player look at the Pittsburgh Steelers 2012 Free Agents as we get closer to the beginning of the 2012 free agency period. I have finished my analysis on all of the Steelers restricted free agents and we now move forward to the unrestricted free agents. We will kick off the unrestricted group by taking a look at wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery.
Player: Jerricho Cotchery
Position: Wide Receiver
Experience: 8 Years
Free Agent Status: Unrestricted
2011 Salary Cap Hit: $860,000.00
2011 Season Breakdown: Cotchery signed with the Steelers right as the Read more [...]
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Pittsburgh Steelers GM Kevin Colbert is continuing his media rounds this week and has granted several interviews as of late. On Thursday morning he talked to 105.9 The X and was asked again about the status of Hines Ward, Mike Wallace, Rashard Mendenhall and the hiring of Todd Haley. Below is the transcript of the interview and you can hear the full interview below.
Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger has an apparent influx of additional motivation heading into next season now that the New York Giants QB has tied him in Super Bowl victories with two.
The Pittsburgh Steelers could be in the market for a running back as the team prepares to head into the 2012 season without the services of RB Rashard Mendenhall. Addressing the media on Tuesday, Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert announced that the running back could very well miss the entire 2012 season while rehabbing an ACL knee injury.
According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Steelers might place the franchise tag on wide receiver Mike Wallace.
Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert indicated that getting Wallace signed to a long-term deal is their priority.
Wallace is clearly the Steelers most explosive play maker on offense and they need to make sure they’re able to keep him around for...
The Steelers have slightly less than a month from now to get below the NFL’s salary cap; March 13, at 4pm EST is the deadline. While they are in panic mode, the Steelers never are though, there is still significant work to be done. Normally you like to be in a position when free agency starts to be able to make moves to help your team. That’s not the case for the Steelers...
According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert stated that they don’t plan on relying on running back Rashard Mendenhall for the 2012 season after he tore his ACL this past season.
“I never feel good abut ACL for a year,” said Colbert
It’ll be interesting to see whether or not the Steelers decide to draft a running back or...
If the Steelers weren’t considering taking a Nose Tackle early in this years NFL draft, they may be now. Veteran Nose Tackle Casey Hampton had surgery on his left knee last month to repair a torn ACL he suffered in the wild card game in Denver. This is the 2nd surgery Hampton has had on that knee in his career. Bill Cowher originally drafted the big snack back in 2001 and he’s...
Cotchery says he was happy to leave Jets after 2010 season
Since the final, pain-staking moments of the Pittsburgh Steelers 29-23 loss to the Denver Broncos in the AFC Wild-Card Playoffs well over a month ago much of he talk has been about the Steelers offense. Rightfully so I might add, but where has the talk about the defense been in what can only be described as a failed season in 2011? It’s hard to find fault with a defense that ranked...
On March 2, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger officially will be on the wrong side of 30. He apparently plans to commemorate that event by staying on the right side of 300. Roethisberger recently told Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that the quarterback already has begun working out in advance of the 2012 season. “When…
Ben Roethlisberger is well aware of the old adage that "father time is undefeated," and the Steelers quarterback has adjusted his offseason workout regiment to reflect his upcoming 30th birthday next month.
With teams like the Steelers and the Texans facing the departure via restricted free agency of players like Mike Wallace and Arian Foster, respectively, in exchange for merely a first-round draft pick, the question becomes whether teams like the Steelers and the Texans would match an offer sheet signed with a new team by players…