GREG WARREN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Steelers re-sign long snapper Warren to 1-year deal

PITTSBURGH (AP) The Pittsburgh Steelers are bringing back long snapper Greg Warren for a 13th season. The Steelers signed Warren to a one-year contract on Thursday. The 35-year-old has played in 181 regular-season games and 15 playoff games for the Steelers since making the team in 2005. He is one of three holdovers from the 2005 team that won the club's fifth Super Bowl, along...
Via Associated Press
February 02, 2017  |  Discuss

Steelers sign long snapper Greg Warren to a 1-year deal

PITTSBURGH (AP) Greg Warren is sticking with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The club announced Friday it has signed the veteran long snapper to a one-year contract that will bring Warren back for a 12th season in 2016. Warren is one of four Steelers remaining from the team that won the franchise's fifth Super Bowl title after the 2005 season. Warren hasn't missed a game in six straight...
Via Associated Press
February 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Steelers Sign Greg Warren To One Year Contract

The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed long snapper Greg Warren to a one year contract, the team announced today. We have re-signed LS Greg Warren to a one-year contract. MORE: https://t.co/bufqmXKy3k pic.twitter.com/HiYFteg6j1 — Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) February 12, 2016 Warren, 34, has been the team’s long snapper since 2005. He tore... The post Steelers Sign Greg Warren...
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February 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Steelers Re-sign LS Greg Warren

The Pittsburgh Steelers have re-signed one of their soon-to-be unrestricted free agents as long snapper Greg Warren has agreed to another one-year contract with the team.   Warren has been the Steelers long snapper for the last 10 seasons after originally being signed as an undrafted free agent out of North Carolina in 2005.   […] Steelers Re-sign LS Greg Warren is a post from...
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February 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Steelers LS Greg Warren May Have Suffered A ‘Significant’ Leg Injury

Pittsburgh Steelers long snapper Greg Warren left Wednesday’s scrimmage against the Buffalo Bills early and after practice head coach Mike Tomlin told the media that the veteran might have suffered a significant leg injury, according to Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Warren is no stranger to injuries as the Steelers long snapper has torn […] Steelers LS Greg...
Via Steelers Depot
August 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Steelers LS Greg Warren Makes 10th Trip To Latrobe For Training Camp

On most days, Pittsburgh Steelers long snapper Greg Warren can probably walk the streets of Pittsburgh without anyone recognizing him. While many players are recognizable because they play well, Warren is unrecognizable because of his solid play. That’s because long snappers are usually never talked about unless something goes wrong with one of their snaps. […] Steelers LS Greg...
Via Steelers Depot
July 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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