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Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Keenan Lewis will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason and he appears to be ready to test the market and shop his services. According to Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on Twitter, Lewis made it known that the Steelers "made a mistake" by not offering him a multi-year deal before the 2012 season. https://twitter.com/arobinson_Trib/status/286177536143159296 Lewis had a great 2012 season and finished second in the league in passes defensed with 23. He also registered 71 combined tackles and forced 1 fumble. The franchise tag on cornerbacks Read more [...]
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  • To a guy that finally got a starting job without any competition. He could not beat out Bryant McFadden then he could not beat out Willie Gay. This is the same guy that got burnt by a one handed Dez Byrant for a touchdown against Dallas. The same guy that could not cover AJ Green that put Cincinnati in position for the winning field goal. Just another guy that does not understand the Steeler way. Give this guy his unconditional release and wish him the best of luck.
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