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The Pittsburgh Steelers offseason continues on and we will continue today with our breakdown of the free agents as we inch closer towards the start of free agency. Next up on the list of unrestricted free agents is center/guard Doug Legursky.
Player: Doug Legursky
Experience: 4 Years
Free Agent Status: Unrestricted
2012 Salary Cap Hit: $1,260,000
2012 Season Breakdown: Legursky was a restricted free agent last offseason and easily retained with a right of first refusal tender of $1.26 million. The season got off to a rocky start for the Marshall product in the season Read more [...]
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Every year during NFL free agency teams fall for the hype of players and hurt themselves in the long run. A free agent that looks good on paper turns out to be a bust and doesn’t live up to the mega contract that they had signed. Mario Williams is one example from last year as he didn’t do anything to make a big difference for the Buffalo Bills. The Bills were still the same...
According to Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison and his agent have yet to be asked to restructure his contract or take a pay cut with less than four weeks to go until the new league starts.
“There is nothing going on," said Harrison's agent, Bill Parise, via the report by Robinson. "(If there's anything...
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert mentioned that contract extensions for a few players might be in the works as part of the process to getting the team salary cap compliant by March 12, the start of the new league year. We will now have a look at a few players that the organization may or may not be considering to extend.
Ben Roethlisberger - Roethlisberger is the...
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison announced tonight that he signed with a new team. No not an NFL team, a dodgeball team called the “Ball Busters.” Signed a one year deal earlier today and its not with the Steelers. I’ll be playing with a new team starting tonight! — James Harrison (@jharrison9292) February 14, 2013 Some Steelers fans overreacted and thought...
The world changed rapidly in 2007 and 2008.
Facebook and Twitter were becoming household words, the U.S. economy went into the dumper and the Pittsburgh Steelers had their first new coach in 15 years.
The Steelers also won their sixth Super Bowl during this time. Mike Tomlin won the Super Bowl in his second season as coach, faster than both Chuck Noll and Bill Cowher.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have made their choice, hiring Aliquippa native Richard Mann as their new receivers coach. The job has been open since Scottie Montgomery resigned last week to join the coaching staff at Duke University, reports Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
With the Pittsburgh Steelers way over the 2013 salary cap, there have been some rumors that they will likely release linebacker James Harrison.
Harrison’s agent Bill Parise told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that the Steelers haven’t confronted him about Harrison’s contract yet.
With the Steelers about $14 million over the projected $121 million salary cap, there has been...
By Christopher DiMarino
This article continues along with my pre combine look at key positions for the Steelers. For an explanation on how the rankings are calculated please reference the link below:
The Pittsburgh Steelers have two very interesting safeties right now...
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ playoff absence has given fans and pundits more time to dissect the 2013 NFL Draft, and what the Steelers should do with the No. 17 pick in the first round.
The month and a half of draft buildup culminates in this 2013 Steelers mock draft.
Then on Feb. 23, the draft season really begins with the NFL Scouting Combine.
Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia...
It’s not any secret that the Pittsburgh Steelers are going to be looking at the NFL draft for a running back. The question everyone will be asking is just how early in the draft do you grab one?
The days of the 25-carry a game running back are over in the NFL but you still have to be able to run the ball effectively and efficiently to be successful. There’s no sure-fire hit in...
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was a guest Friday on NFL Total Access and was asked who he thinks are the best cornerbacks in the league besides himself. His answer included a somewhat surprising name from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"Well if Darrelle Revis is playing then I would say it's him, but this year he didn't get a chance to play," started...
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2012 season came to a rather fitting end (for all intents and purposes) in Week 16, at home against their division rival, the Cincinnati Bengals. With both teams desperate for a win to keep their playoff hopes alive and locked up in a 10-10 slugfest with just 44 seconds left in regulation, Pittsburgh took over on their own 11. Up until that point, the teams...
Dave from @SteelersDepot was a stud guest on the podcast even if he did defend James Harrison’s hitting style. Dude is prolific, informed and generally about as knowledgeable as anyone I’ve talked NFL with in my life. I haven’t talked to him since the NFL season ended, so I tracked him down to talk about the Browns, the AFC North, the intricacies of NFL finance, and a whole...
If you didn’t have a reason to watch the Academy Awards before today, you do now. NFL.com is reporting that Gronk will work the red carpet as a correspondent at the Oscars next Sunday for the Rich Eisen podcast.
Gronkowski will be in Los Angeles a week from Sunday to serve as the Oscars red carpet correspondent for the “Rich Eisen Podcast.” This is a good thing.
Ok so Twitter finally rolled out downloadable Twitter archives for most everyone after testing it with smaller groups. And with that comes everyone going through their old, now-insignificant quips and attaching some sort of memory or weight to any given 15-20 words. I've done it. Man, I'm lucky to have seen multiple Steelers Super Bowls and a Pens Stanley Cup during my Twitter...