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As Pittsburgh Steelers fans wait to see what transpires to the Steelers roster during the offseason, and who gets picked in the draft, there will be much speculation to what might occur. The Steelers find themselves in a salary cap dilemma not easily fixable. Mainly, five Steelers hold the lion’s share of the cap money. They are Ben Roethlisberger, James Harrison, Lawrence Timmons, Lamar Woodley, and Troy Polamalu. The possibility exists James Harrison may get waived... Read more
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The Pittsburgh Steelers continue on Tuesday with their yearly process of signing their own free agents as Bob Labriola reports on Twitter that fullback/tight end David Johnson has been re-signed to a one year contract. The deal is believed to be for the minimum.
Johnson, who was originally drafted by the Steelers in the seventh round of 2009 draft, tore up his knee last year in...
According to Rotoworld and Spotrac the Pittsburgh Steelers have released offensive lineman Willie Colon. Colon has played right tackle and left guard for the Steelers and is a very good run blocker. However, his last three seasons have ended on injured reserve and his cap number was too large for the Steelers to keep around.
The Steelers resigned Ramon Foster yesterday who will take...
We haven't heard much news regarding Pittsburgh Steelers free agent cornerback Keenan Lewis since the 2013 free agency signing period started on Tuesday, but on Wednesday Lewis posted on Twitter that he would be visiting the New Orleans Saints.
Lewis is from the New Orleans area and the Saints could definitely use some help in their secondary as they move to a 3-4 defense...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have been expected to make multiple cuts since the off-season started and Willie Colon has been expected to be one of those players. Even so, he is still on the roster currently, but he is expected to be released today. If the Steelers release Colon after June first they can save $5.5 million against the cap for the 2013 season.
The issue with a post-June...
According to Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer on Twitter, the Cleveland Browns haven't yet expressed interest in signing Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Keenan Lewis, who is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent in a matter of a few hours.
This disputes an earlier report from over the weekend that stated the Browns indeed had interest in the Steelers 2009 third-round draft...
Hoping to help compensate for the losses of Ray Lewis and Paul Kruger, free agent linebacker James Harrison is reportedly interested in becoming a Baltimore Raven. Even at 34, the 6-foot, 242 pound Harrison, who the Pittsburgh Steelers signed as an undrafted talent out of Kent State in 2002, is an upgrade over Kruger and the unhinged badass would somewhat lessen the dramatic impact...
Happy New Year to all. The 2013 NFL league year is here.
Pittsburgh Steelers free agent running back Rashard Mendenhall has visits scheduled with the Arizona Cardinals and the Denver Broncos, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN on Twitter.
The two teams are not surprising as both were reported to have interest in the Steelers former first round draft pick since the legal tampering...
A former Pittsburgh Steelers starting running back is expected to man that same position for the Arizona Cardinals.
Rashard Mendenhall has inked a one-year deal with the Cardinals. The news was reported Wednesday by his agent Mike McCarthy on Twitter (@MikeMcCartney7).
The signing came shortly after ex-Miami running back Reggie Bush signed a four-year contract with Detroit. The...
The most highly sought skill-position player in free agency has a new home.
Wide receiver Mike Wallace has agreed to contract terms with Miami, the NFL Network reported.
Although there is a weak class of free-agent wideouts in 2013, Wallace is considered a blue-chip player because of his speed, upside and age (26). Wallace has the most catches of 40-plus yards in the NFL since...
It is a one year deal for a team that desperately needed a consistent running back we will see if he can stay healthy.
And Cardinals reached an agreement in principle on a one-year deal with former Steelers RB Rashard Mendenhall.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 13, 2013