Found March 17, 2012 on SteelerAddicts:
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The Steelers have interest in free agent running back Mike Tolbert but it's unclear how much for certain at this point. Nothing is set in stone for sure but it's a possibility nonetheless to explore amidst all the constant rehashing of old news that everyone seems enamored with these days. Talks broke down between Tolbert and the Chargers on Thursday night and he is now actively seeking employment elsewhere. According to Will DePaoli on twitter earlier this week: NFL source says #Chargers RB Mike Tolbert "would love to be a Steeler" and "he is everything Steelers are about" Rumors have it that he may be scheduled to visit with the Steelers soon and assuming the team likes what they see it will come down to how much they can afford to pay him.  Even with the pay cut/restructure that Casey Hampton worked out with the team they still have other priorities to consider such as trying to work out a long term deal with Mike Wallace. As of now they ar...
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