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Tackle Jonathan Scott, who was released by the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, has been signed by the Detroit Lions, the team that originally drafted him in the fifth round of the 2006 NFL draft, according to Mark Kaboly on Twitter.
Scott was released last week after Max Starks was signed back to the 53 man roster. The Steelers saved $2.2 million in releasing him to clear salary cap space.
Scott started his career in Detroit, but was released during the final cuts made prior to the 2008 season. He would go on to play with the Buffalo Bills in the 2008 and 2009 seasons under Sean Kugler, the Read more [...]
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The Steelers reportedly are suspending contract negotiations with wide receiver Mike Wallace who is looking for a long-term deal.
Not much to report just yet on the day that the Pittsburgh Steelers report to Latrobe for training camp. The real news will not start filtering in until later on in the day, closer to the 4:00 p.m. reporting deadline.
The only real thing to report thus far is that Omar Khan, the Steelers Business and Football Administration Coordinator, now has a promotion and a title change,...
It’s finally official now, all of wondering, waiting, and questioning the reasons why the Steelers 2012 first round pick David DeCastro hadn’t signed yet.Will he be in camp on time, is he thinking of holding out, was the money freed up from releasing Jonathan Scott finally what gave them the breathing room to get the deal done? The answers are Yes, No, and Yes.
According to multiple...
By Jeremy Hritz
Without question, the Pittsburgh Steelers are one of the most storied teams in the history of the NFL, with several legendary players and coaches. With current head coach Mike Tomlin entering his sixth season with the Steelers, it is impressive to consider the performances of the teams he has led. To gain a true understanding of the Steelers success under Tomlin...
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace has not reported to the Steelers mini-camp (Credit: REUTERS/Jason Cohn)
Despite a premature congratulations by a teammate yesterday, it looks like Mike Wallace and the Pittsburgh Steelers did not actually come to an agreement on an extension. Today, ESPN’s John Clayton is reporting that not only have talks between the two sides broken...
The Detroit Lions are in a conversation that seemed impossible just four years ago when they didnt win a game. You can actually make the argument now that they are Super Bowl contenders after going to the playoffs last season.
Here are 10 storylines to follow with training camp opening Friday and the season opener just over six weeks away:
1. There is a trend in the NFL in which...
Take Troy Polamalu, remove his pads and helmet, let him roam free to make vicious hits on a rugby pitch and you have 25-year-old Aussie stud Greg Inglis. The guy pretty much tried to kill his opponent, Dean Young, over the weekend in a match against St George Illawarra. Watch this hit. Watch it closely. Watch it a few times. Watch it in full speed. As you can imagine, Australia...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have rewarded coach Mike Tomlin with a
three-year contract extension after signing his new deal.
The Detroit Lions have cut cornerback Aaron Berry, two days after he was arrested for the second time this offseason.
General manager Martin Mayhew says the Lions terminated Berry's contract because of personal conduct which adversely affected the team. Lions president Tom Lewand says the team has stressed repeatedly that ''there will be appropriate consequences when...
The Detroit Lions took a leap toward respectability last season when they made a playoff appearance for the first time in more than a decade.
Instead of enjoying a feel-good offseason, the Lions had off-the-field setbacks that marred the mood.
And when they did get on the field for workouts, there was at least one flap when receiver Titus Young punched safety Louis Delmas when...
The Lions released troubled cornerback Aaron Berry on Monday following his latest arrest on three counts of simple assault. Berry was arrested Saturday morning in Harrisburg, Pa., and later charged in the incident. The arrest was the second of the offseason for Berry and seventh among Lions players. Officials disclosed a firearm was involved. Berry was remanded to enter a...
On Tuesday, Detroit discarded OT Johnny Culbreath, who was replaced with the addition of Jonathan Scott. On Monday, the Lions let go of projected starting cornerback Aaron Berry following his second arrest of the offseason.
And on Wednesday, the team picked up two replacements at cornerback—both ex-Jets—Justin Miller and Drew Coleman.
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