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Season 3, Episode 82 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk about the upcoming free agent signing period and how good Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace must be feeling right now. We will tell you why.
Restructure or pay cut for linebacker James Harrison? We go over the numbers again and add Jason Worilds into this discussion as well. We also talk about the Willie Colon and Keenan Lewis situations as March 12 is in sight.
The Ben Roethlisberger kryptonite is out of Jacksonville now so that gets our attention and we also discuss the latest rankings Read more [...]
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In case you didn’t know this, free agency in the NFL starts on Tuesday and one if it’s most prized catches is currently a Pittsburgh Steeler named Mike Wallace. Tonight at midnight, teams can start contacting players who are free agents and can agree to terms of a deal even before the official signing day.
I fully expect Wallace to be in place with a new team before that date...
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison doesn't seem to be too worked up about his contract situation with just a handful of days to go before the start of the new league. Instead of worrying about that, Harrison is trying to become the next David Blaine.
Harrison posted a video Friday on Facebook of himself trying to perform a magic trick that consisted of him making...
Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reports on Thursday that talks between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Bill Parise, the agent for linebacker James Harrison, are currently at an impasse concerning his contract.
The Steelers are obviously wanting Harrison to take a cut in his $6.57 million salary this season, but it appears that is something the linebacker isn't interested...
With the start of 2013 league year now one week away, the Pittsburgh Steelers are continuing to try to trim additional salary cap dollars however they can.
Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports on Tuesday that Bill Parise, the agent for linebacker James Harrison, is continuing his talks with Steelers concerning his clients' future.
Parise reportedly met with...
It should come to no surprise to you that Mike Garafolo of USA Today is reporting on Friday that that Pittsburgh Steelers are "on the verge" of releasing outside linebacker James Harrison.
Garafolo reports that the two sides, which includes Harrison's agent Bill Parise, have been speaking regularly and talked again on Friday. According to a source of Garafolo&...
The Pittsburgh Steelers line-backer James Harrison in a Browns uniform, that is exactly what NFL.com did in a story they featured called “What The Future Looks Like” The last thing the Steelers would want to do is let Harrison go to a team they have to play 2 times every year. While we don’t have a crystal ball that tells us just how many years Harrison has left to play in...
According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Steelers and James Harrison’s agent Bill Parise have been discussing a way to restructure his contract to lower his 2013 cap number.
Harrison, who will be 35 in two months, is scheduled to make salaries of $6.57 million this season and $7.575 million in 2014 in the final two years of his contract.
Parise did not say...
The Pittsburgh Steelers are a veteran team facing salary cap
issues this offseason. In order to help ease their financial burden for 2013,
the team has worked at restructuring deals with several veteran players. Linebacker James Harrison is a candidate for a reworked deal, but he and the
Steelers have yet to reach an agreement.
Still, Harrison’s agent Bill Parise told reporters...
It is starting to appear as if the outright release of linebacker James Harrison by the Pittsburgh Steelers is pending. The Steelers are negotiating with Harrison’s agent while trying to sign Harrison to a new deal but the team has no intention of paying the controversial linebacker the nearly $14 million his current deal is valued at for the next two seasons.
Pittsburgh Steelers Mike Wallace is a done deal as a free agent and will be the most sought after wide receiver prospect available in 2013. Firstly because of his age at 26, and secondly because of his big play ability to blow the tops off defenses. That contract will be around 55 million plus for a 5 year minimum contract. It’s exactly the type of money Vincent Jackson commanded...
James Harrison has been the model of toughness and physicality for the Steelers since 2007 when he became a full-time starter.
The Steelers aren’t exempt from salary cap issues, and USA Today is reporting that if the Steelers can’t gain some flexibility with Harrison, they will most likely release the 35-year-old veteran.
The person, who spoke to USA TODAY Sports on condition...
Mike Wallace is the top free agent wide receiver on the market, and a few teams are expected to pursue him.
The Miami Dolphins have been mentioned as the team expected to make the strongest run at Wallace, but new reports say the Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee Titans will also go after the speedster.
According to NFL.com’s Jeff Darlington, who used to be a beat writer covering...
The Minnesota Vikings are reportedly one of the leading
suitors for former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, and his
addition could mean the team ultimately parts ways with dynamic playmaker Percy
There have been multiple documented issues between the
Vikings and Harvin. He’s had several blowups with coaches, and Jason Cole of
Yahoo! Sports reports the...
Mike Wallace has blazing speed that can char a secondary.
Nobody in the NFL caught more passes of 40-plus yards between 2007 and 2011 than Greg Jennings.
They are the two most attractive wide receivers in the upcoming class of unrestricted free agents.
But based upon the history of the position, it may prove a costly mistake to ink either to the big-money contracts both are expected...