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Titans add DL Al Woods

The Tennessee Titans on Wednesday made their second acquisition of free agency, signing defensive lineman Al Woods. Woods formerly played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jim Wyatt indicates it's a two-year deal for $5 million. Woods was originally drafted out of LSU in the fourth round by New Orleans in 2010. He did not make the Saints out of training camp. The Buccaneers signed...
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March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Steelers NT Al Woods To Meet With Cardinals, Packers

(Courtesy of Steelers nose tackle Al Woods will meet with the Cardinals and Packers on Thursday. He is also meeting with the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday. Woods, 26, played college football at LSU, has spent the last three seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Here’s a name RT @jwyattsports: #Steelers DL Al Woods sked to visit #Packers on Thursday and #Cardinals...
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March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

How Much Will It Cost The Steelers To Keep Al Woods In Pittsburgh?

In less than a month, Pittsburgh Steelers backup defensive lineman Al Woods will be an unrestricted free agent and while you don't hear much talk about him, you would have to think the organization would like to keep him around a few more years. The Steelers have a lot of time invested in Woods, who joined the team in November of 2011 after being claimed off waivers from the...
Via Steelers Depot
February 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Steelers See Al Woods As A Prototype Nose Tackle Moving Forward

Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman Al Woods has quietly logged 76 snaps on defense so far this season with most of them coming at the nose tackle position in relief of starter Steve McLendon in the base defense. This past week, defensive line coach John Mitchell was asked by David Todd of ESPN 970 to talk about the progress Woods has made since arriving in Pittsburgh a few years...
Via Steelers Depot
November 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Steelers DE Al Woods Is Going In The Right Direction

Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Al Woods is an example of a draft pick that may have been give up on too quick by the team that drafted him. While it was only one preseason game, the LSU product was the defensive star Saturday night in the preseason opener against the New York Giants. Woods was [...] Steelers DE Al Woods Is Going In The Right Direction is a post from: Steelers...
Via Steelers Depot
August 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Report: Steelers DE Al Woods Continues To Get Second Team Reps At Nose Tackle

I passed along the news to you last week that defensive end Al Woods was getting work at nose tackle during the Pittsburgh Steelers first OTA session of the 2013 season, and it appears that is continuing to be the case this week as well, according to Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on Twitter. I speculated that Woods was getting an opportunity to show his position flexibility...
Via Steelers Depot
May 28, 2013  |  Discuss

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