The Pittsburgh Steelers announced Friday that linebacker James Farrior and defensive end Aaron Smith will be released before March 13.The 37-year-old Farrior is a two-time Pro Bowl Selection and has been a mainstay on the Steelers defense since 2002. He was due to make $2.8 million in 2012.Smith, 35, was limited to four games in 2011 due to a neck injury and is expected to announce his retirement."To (change teams) now would just taint the whole idea of being a Steeler," Smith said. "You're not playing for the money at this point. How much is enough?"Both players helped lead Pittsburgh to two Super Bowl titles.