Found June 20, 2013 on Steel City Blitz:
In what is commonly known as the National Football League’s ‘dead period,’ the time between mini-camps and training camps is usually very dull and filled small stories from around the league. These stories can range from players hosting camps as Ben Roethlisberger did this week to Chad Johnson patting his attorney on the rear end. The other typical story that happens during this period of the summer is contract talks. We in Pittsburgh have seen this a lot in recent years from everyone to LaMarr Woodley to Ike Taylor to Hines Ward all having contract situations being front and center in the weeks prior to camp in Latrobe. This year appears to be no different as the Steelers are facing the decision of whether or not to extend the contract of safety Ryan Clark. This is not an easy decision in any way, shape or form. Clark has been incredibly durable in his 11 seasons in the NFL the last seven of which have been with the Steelers. While his counter-part in the defensive backfield Troy P...
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