Found March 01, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
Season 2, Episode 82 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd and I dedicate a special Thursday night edition of the podcast to Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward and defensive end Aaron Smith as we breakdown the recent news regarding their releases. We discuss what the salary cap is looking like after the recent moves and touch once again on the pending Mike Wallace situation as we get closer to deadline for the tenders and tags. With the blood of Ward still floating in the water we get into a very spirited debate about whether or not Ward is Hall of Fame worthy. We both present Read more [...]

Why The Buffalo Bills Want Hines Ward

Let me be the first to say it... Buffalo should take him. Hines Ward was supposed to retire in a Steelers uniform. Just two seasons ago, his contract was restructured to go through 2013, he had already logged 14 seasons with Pittsburgh, where he had been drafted to start his NFL career, and had been essential in winning two Super Bowls for the franchise. For the love of Lombardi...

Steelers believe Hines Ward can’t play anymore

According to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Steelers never asked Hines Ward to take a pay cut because the coaches simply believe he can’t play anymore.  Even if he’d play for free, they wouldn’t keep him around. Ward made it clear in a statement released by his agent that he believes he can still play in the NFL. “This isn’t how I wanted this chapter of...

Steelers announce they’ll part ways with Hines Ward

The Pittsburgh Steelers have announced today that they will be releasing Long-Time WR Hines Ward before the beginning of the next league year (March 13th). Steelers president Art Rooney II announced today “We had a conversation today with Hines Ward and informed him that we plan to release him of his contract prior to the start of the 2012 NFL calendar year.” Ward was drafted...

Steelers To Release Hines Ward: End Of An Era

I appears that Hines Ward's 14-year run with the Steelers is coming to an end soon. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports "The Steelers will release WR Hines Ward".  What made the Steelers come to the conclusion of releasing Ward? Hines Ward on a different team is almost harder to imagine than Peyton Manning on the Dolphins.  Ward was a hoss at receiver during his prime...

Steelers will release WR Hines Ward

Steelers will release WR Hines Ward A four-time Pro Bowl selection, who holds franchise records for receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns, Ward, 35, has spent all of his 14 NFL seasons with Pittsburgh. A four-time Pro Bowl selection, Ward will finish his Steelers career with 1,000 catches, 12,083 yards and 85 receiving touchdowns. A first-round pick out of Georgia...

Steelers will release WR Hines Ward (Yahoo! Sports)

PITTSBURGH (AP) The Steelers will release wide receiver Hines Ward.

Steelers will release WR Hines Ward

Hines Ward's constant, ear-to-ear smile tucked behind a black facemask has been a lasting image for Pittsburgh Steelers fans the past 14 seasons.

Steelers To Release Hines Ward

I gotta say I’m not surprised by this and in fact I have been more than prepared for it. Today the Steelers announced they will be cutting Hines Ward. It’s probably the right move because he has slowed down.  The Steelers have big cap problems and things like this need to be done to ensure [...]

Pittsburgh Steelers will release Hines Ward

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Steelers will release WR Hines Ward

The Steelers will a statement on the team's website. "Hines has been an integral part of our success since we drafted him in 1998 and we will forever be grateful for what he has helped us achieve."

Agent For James Farrior Hints That Steelers Will Likely Release His Client

On Wednesday it was announced that 14 year veteran wide receiver Hines Ward would not be back with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2012 and it seems that inside linebacker James Farrior is certainly headed for the same fate. Farrior's agent Ralph Cindrich tweeted Thursday morning, "Percentages are not w/ #Steelers keeping @JamesFarrior. He wanted to retire a PS but he is healthy...

NFL News: Steelers cut James Farrior, Aaron Smith and Chris Kemoeatu

The Pittsburgh Steelers that Browns fans have come to despise as a rival will undoubtedly look different next year. After parting company with long-time receiver Hines Ward earlier, now the Steelers have cut bait with 10-year linebacker James Farrior. It only makes sense for the Steelers to get younger and Farrior was due just over $2.8 million in 2012. In addition to Farrior and...

Pittsburgh Steelers will release veteran wide receiver Hines Ward

Brought to you by: Cincy Jungle The smile that made Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, Hines Ward (in)famous is surely subdued today. Michael David Smith of writes that the team has announced that they will release the 15-year veteran. This move really comes as no surprise, given the Steelers' salary cap quandary and the recent emergence of wide receivers...
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