Found April 18, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
NFL News: The Pittsburgh Steelers resigned two of their own Thursday, running back Isaac Redman and defensive lineman Steve McLendon. Redman struggled in 2012 and is expected to compete for a backup role in their ground game while McLendon is expected to be leaned on more heavily. Fantasy Ramifications: Neither player deserves consideration, barring injury, this year in fantasy football drafts. Leave them on the waivers. The post Pittsburgh Steelers Resign Isaac Redman And Steve McLendon appeared first on Fantasy Sports Player Rankings - Baseball and Football -

Steelers Free Agent NT Steve McLendon Visited With The Packers On Wednesday

Restrictive free agents have until Friday to sign their tender offers, and in an interesting development, Howard Balzer reports Wednesday via Twitter that Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Steve McLendon has visited with the Green Bay Packers today. McLendon, who was originally signed as an undrafted free agent out of Troy in 2009, was given an right of first refusal tender in the...

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An agent friend has passed along the contract numbers of the three-year, $7.25 million contract signed Thursday by Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Steve McLendon and they are a little different from my original guess. McLendon's base salaries for all three years are as follows: 2013 $900,000, 2014 $2,425,000 2015 $2,250,000. The salary cap charges for McLendon in all three...

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Isaac Redman signs tender, will stay in Pittsburgh

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Steelers reach deal with nose tackle McLendon

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Steelers Sign NT Steve McLendon, Enter 2013 NFL Draft With Solidified D-Line

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Steelers RFA Steve McLendon visits with the Packers

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Packers Meet With Steelers RFA NT Steve McLendon

Aaron Wilson reports that Steelers restricted free agent NT Steve McLendon met with the Packers on Wednesday. McClendon received a low tender of $1.323 million from the Steelers this offseason, so they’ll have the right of first refusal if McClendon were to sign an offer sheet with the Packers. Veteran NT Casey Hampton is still a free agent, which means the Steelers may have...

Steelers identify four DL prospects worth drafting

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