Those 346 receptions and 38 touchdowns he had in New Orleans apparently don't impress Steelers wide receiver Lance Moore's new landlords.
“They've kind of treated me like an older child,” Moore said, laughing. “But as long as I keep my area clean, I'm pretty good.”
At least Bruce and Miranda Gradkowski aren't giving him a curfew. Moore has reunited with Gradkowski, his teammate and roommate at Toledo, by bunking at the backup quarterback's house until he finds his own place.
But if there's anybody in Pittsburgh that Moore already feels at home with, it's Ben Roethlisberger. They've meshed so well since the start of offseason practices, it's led to an expansion of Moore's perceived role.
Expected to be the slot receiver replacement for Jerricho Cotchery, Moore also is showing up in two-receiver sets as well as the expanded packages.
“Lance is a pro. He's a great professional,” Roethlisberger said. “He's going to be really good,...