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The Pittsburgh Steelers have had former Chicago Bears tight end Kellen Davis in for a visit, but Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports Friday that an NFL source says the Bears former fifth-round draft pick is unlikely to be signed.
Biggs, however, is also reporting that another source is telling him that tight end Matt Spaeth, who was also recently released by the Bears, could wind up signing back with the Steelers, the team that drafted him in the third-round of the 2007 draft.
Spaeth played his first four seasons in the league with the Steelers where he registered 36 catches for 275 Read more [...]
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Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reported on Friday that former Chicago Bears tight end Matt Spaeth might land back with the Pittsburgh Steelers. ESPN is now reporting that Spaeth has indeed signed back with the team that drafted him in the third round of the 2007 draft.
Spaeth played his first four seasons in the league...
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The Pittsburgh Steelers had recently released running back Beanie Wells in for a free agent visit on Friday and that visit appears to have not gone so well.
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Updating a previous story on free agent tight end Kellen Davis from earlier today, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com now reports via Twitter that the recently released Davis is scheduled to visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday. An earlier report said that the Steelers had interest.
Davis was released by the Chicago Bears on Wednesday along with former Steelers tight end Matt Spaeth...