Found July 19, 2012 on SteelerAddicts:
Simultaneously, and not coincidentally, the first thought going through the minds of the Steeler Nation after Max Starks was signed to a new one year deal was how much longer will veteran tackle Jonathan Scott be around? We got our answer on Thursday afternoon as the team announced that they’ve parted ways with Scott. There was no way they’d have room to carry both and Starks was clearly the better choice. As we talked about previously, this move paves the way for the team to give rookie Mike Adams additional time if necessary to be ready to step in at LT. Also this gives more clarity into the tackle situation in general as now Sean Kugler can keep Marcus Gilbert on the right side if he wants, letting Adams grow into his role on the left. Starks has experience on both sides of the line. For me personally, and I hate to sound negative but I’m no going to miss Scott getting beat on the left side that’s for sure. From the Pittsburgh Post Gazette: The Steelers have released...

Steelers Release T Jonathan Scott

The Pittsburgh Steelers have released tackle Jonathan Scott today in a move that has long been anticipated. Scott spent the past two seasons with the Steelers and started 14 of 28 regular-season games and three of four postseason contests. The Steelers will save $2.2 million in salary cap space by releasing Scott and that money will most definitely be needed if the Steelers are...

Steelers part ways with Jonathan Scott

The Pittsburgh Steelers have released veteran offensive tackle Jonathan Scott. Scott, 29, was scheduled to collect $2.2 million this season, so that freed up money might be heading over to Mike Wallace's table to get his attention. With the re-signing of Max Starks and their draft pick Mike Adams on board, the writing was on the wall for Scott. The fifth-round pick by...

Steelers Release Jonathan Scott, More Money Open for Wallace

In a move that was basically inevitable the Steelers released Jonathan Scott.  Scott was awful last season and was projected to make 2.2 million dollars this year.  The Steelers have only kept him on the roster this long because they had no other option.  Once Max Starks resigned with the team that gave the Steelers the ability to let Scott go. This move also gives more optimism...

Steelers release OT Scott

Offensive tackle Jonathan Scott was released by the Steelers, who re-signed veteran Max Starks earlier this week. Scott started 14 of the 28 regular-season games he appeared in for Pittsburgh over the past two seasons. He was originally a fifth-round pick by Detroit in 2006. With rookie Mike Adams expected to compete with Starks on the left side and second-year man Marcus Gilbert...

2012 Steelers 53 Man Roster Prediction – Pre Training Camp Edition

  The 2012 offseason period is now behind us and the Pittsburgh Steelers report to training camp in four days from today. With all of our training camp roister battle looks now completed it's time for me to take a shot at my second 53 man roster prediction. Surprisingly, I did not have to change up too many things from my post draft prediction of the 53 man roster, as...

Thursday Interview With David Todd On 970 ESPN Radio

David Todd, my co-host on The Terrible Podcast, has been sitting in for Joe Bendel the last few weeks on 970 ESPN Radio and he had me on Thursday afternoon to talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers as they get ready to start training camp next week. In the interview we discuss the decision made on Tuesday to bring back Max Starks, the situation with the currently unsigned David DeCastro...

Max Starks in, Mike Adams out? Questions for the Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers resigned eight year veteran Max Starks this week to an undisclosed contract. Max was let go from the team after the 2010 season but called back last year after the Steelers offensive line lost multiple players to injuries in Week 4. Max started every game for the rest of the season before [...]

Starks, Steelers agree to one-year deal

The Pittsburgh Steelers' young offensive line now has a veteran to lead it. The Steelers re-signed tackle Max Starks to a one-year deal on Tuesday, hoping his surgically repaired knee is healed and his leadership can help one of the NFL's youngest lines provide better protection for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Terms were not disclosed, but Starks gives the Steelers...

Starks Return From His ACL Injury Makes Hampton Week 1 Return Fathomable

The return of tackle Max Starks to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Tuesday following his knee checking out well with the team doctors is certainly encouraging news in regard to nose tackle Casey Hampton. While Starks, who had surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee just 6 months ago, might very well still start training camp on the Active PUP list, it seems likely he will be ready...

Will Another Camp Body Tackle Be Added With The Roster Now Back At 89?

If you have been a long time reader of this site, you know that the signing of Max Starks and subsequent release of Jonathan Scott are in no way a surprise to me. It wasn't a matter of if it was going to happen, just a matter of when, in my opinion. Now that both of those moves are out of the way, the roster is back at 89 players. Starks has let it be known that he will most...

Mike Adams still first in line to start at Left Tackle

With the return of Max Starks to the Steelers many are questioning who will be the starting Left Tackle.  It still looks though as if there will not be a question to who the starter is.  Starks basically answered that question for us in an interview with WDVE.  Starks plans to start the preseason on the PUP List.  He still wants to start and plans to compete but by the time...
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