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Had wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders not had his one-year, $2.5 million offer sheet given to him by the New England Patriots matched this past Sunday, the general consensus was that the Pittsburgh Steelers would have double-dipped at the wide receiver position in the upcoming draft. Now that the Sanders will at least be back for one more season, many still believe that two wide receivers will still be drafted, but I wouldn't be so sure that will be the course of action.
Keep in mind that you have a numbers game to deal with in regard to the 53 man roster. Sanders, Antonio Brown and Jerricho Cotchery Read more [...]
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There is simply no question that one of the hardest things for fans to do in this era of free agency in professional sports is move on and let go. Failing to understand the business side of pro football in this case is part of it as is basic loyalty to an individual player.
In the case of former, yes I said former, Pittsburgh Steelers’ linebacker James Harrison, the is still much...
By Christopher DiMarino
Now that I've covered which positions should be and shouldn't be in the conversation for the first round pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers, I want to expand the scope to the first few rounds. I am going to focus in on the WR, OLB and S positions for this analysis. Matching the offer sheet that Emmanuel Sanders received from the New England Patriots...
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Isaac Redman followed NT Steve McLendon Thursday, signing his tender to stay on with the team for 2013, reports ProFootballTalk.com.
Now that the Pittsburgh Steelers are past the period of having to worry about their restricted free agents, they are left with just $607,427.00 in salary cap space to work with as we inch closer to the 2013 NFL draft. That doesn't leave much room to sign additional players, even when you factor in displacement.
Over a week ago, there were reports suggesting former New York...
Pittsburgh Steelers fans already had a head start on planning their agendas for the rest of 2013. We knew the Steelers were going to London Sept. 29 and therefore would have their bye the following week.
Now the dates for the Steelers’ other 15 games are out.
Here’s a look:
2013 PITTSBURGH STEELERS SCHEDULE
The 2013 NFL draft will take place one week from tomorrow and it will include several former NFL players announcing the second and third draft picks for their former teams.
Bob Labriola reports Wednesday on Twitter that former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Merril Hoge has been chosen to perform that duty for the black and gold on day two of the draft.
Hoge, who now does analyst...
Former Steeler James Harrison has reportedly hooked on with a division rival.
According to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, the linebacker agreed to a two-year deal with the Bengals on Friday.
Harrison, who has been a free agent since Pittsburgh released him on March 9, had been in talks with Cincinnati for the better part of two weeks. Prospects of his signing looked bleak earlier this...
As of Friday, former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison has yet to be signed by team, but just because contract talks with the Cincinnati Bengals fell apart earlier this week, it doesn't mean that the former Defensive Player of the Year wont eventually wind up wearing stripes.
According to Geoff Hobson of the bengals.com on Friday, Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis...
James Harrison has finally found a new home.
The former NFL Defensive Player of the Year agreed to a deal with the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday. It is a two-year deal, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Harrison tweeted out the news to his followers.
Whodey!!!!!!!!!!! Hello Cincinnati!!!!
-- James Harrison (@jharrison9292) April 19, 2013 Harrison was released by the Steelers...
According to Aaron Wilson of Scout.com, the Pittsburgh Steelers have signed Steve McClendon to a three-year contract extension.McClendon recently visited the Packers. The Steelers were clearly worried that they would lose him, since he was a restricted free agent. Need NFL Tickets?
With NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reporting all negotiations have “broken off,” free agent linebacker James Harrison must accept less money to become a member of the Cincinnati Bengals. The 34-year-old Harrison, a borderline loon who the Steelers signed as an undrafted talent out of Kent State in 2002, was clipped by Pittsburgh in March. Although a pube away from finalizing a pact...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Cincinnati Bengals have signed free agent linebacker James Harrison to a two-year contract.The Bengals and James Harrison have a deal, I’m told— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 19, 2013And so, @jharrison9292 has a two-year deal with the #Bengals. Wonder how he’ll feel about facing the #Steelers twice in 2013…— Ian Rapoport...
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