Steelers veteran wide receiver Plaxico Burress is done for the season after undergoing shoulder surgery, according to ESPN.
Burress, who began his 11-year career with the Steelers, was limited to only four games last season with the Steelers and might opt to retire.
Burress, 36, was a red-zone threat in his career, using his 6-5 frame to leap over defenders in the end zone. His signature moment came while playing for the Giants when he hauled in the eventual game-winning touchdown with 35 seconds left in New York's 17-14 win over the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII.
He has hauled in 64 touchdowns and racked up 8,499 yards in his career.