Found February 28, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to restructure the contract of linebacker LaMarr Woodley again this offseason despite his poor production in 2012. Assuming that restructure happens, it will show that the organization has confidence that Woodley will rebound in 2013. General manager Kevin Colbert was asked about Woodley during his talk with the media last week at the NFL combine. "LaMarr Woodley has been a significant player on some very successful teams, and we’re happy that he’s part of our team," Colbert said. "If you talk to LaMarr he’d be the first to tell you that he was disappointed Read more [...]
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