Former Steelers LB James Farrior Makes Top 20 List Of Best Free Agent Signings In NFL History

Jim Reineking of NFL.com posted a photo essay on Wednesday of his top 20 free-agent signings in NFL history. I was a little hesitant to even flip through it for fear that he would not include Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Farrior in his list. Surprisingly, he did. Reineking ranked Farrior 14th overall, which is more than fair, in my opinion. Farrior remains the best free...
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March 06, 2013  |  Discuss

James Farrior may announce retirement soon

Getty Images It appears as though long time Pittsburgh Steeler James Farrior will announce his retirement shortly, according to his agent, Ralph Cindrich. Farrior was cut by the Steelers earlier this year after a decade of being their defensive captain, and while he hasn’t fully decided yet to retire, he has been in talks with the Steelers regarding a possible news conference....
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May 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Farrior and Steelers talking retirement

Steelers former captain and leader of the defense James Farrior is talking to the Steelers about retirement.  His agent Ralph Cindrich told The Fan about the talks according to Mark Kaboly.  Farrior was released earlier in the offseason. I am so glad to hear this.  Farrior will now join Ward and Smith as guys who retired as Steelers.  All of these guys were Steelers greats....
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May 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Farrior, Steelers talking retirement

James Farrior is a free agent, but like some of his other ex-teammates, he may be choosing the retirement route for the future.

Via Steelers Depot
May 25, 2012  |  Discuss

SteelBlitz Answers: Farrior Question

Dave asks: Where did (former Steelers inside linebacker) James Farrior go? Did he retire? No, Farrior has not yet retired from the NFL. He is likely waiting to see if any teams show interest in signing him after the NFL Draft. Teams use the draft as a way to fill holes on their roster, but if a team Continue
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April 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Where Will The Buck Eventually Stop With The Steelers At Linebacker?

The Pittsburgh Steelers cut ties with veteran linebacker James Farrior early in March and the move really wasn't a surprise. In releasing Farrior the Steelers lost their defensive captain and signal caller and their 14 year mainstay at the BUCK linebacker position. The primary job of the BUCK linebacker in the Dick LeBeau 3-4 defense is to take on lead blockers and read and...
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March 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Steelers' cuts continue with James Farrior

James Farrior will be following Hines Ward and Aaron Smith out the door according to the Steelers' team website. The site said the cuts would be before the start of the NFL year, March 13th. Farrior, who had been with the Steelers since 2002, played in all but 6 games since arriving in Pittsburgh. Farrior was never the premier linebacker that the Steelers are notorious for churning...
Via This Given Sunday
March 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Steelers To Release James Farrior

The Pittsburgh Steelers have informed veteran linebacker James Farrior that he will be released. Farrior played in a 154 regular season games for the Steelers since arriving as an unrestricted free agent in 2002. During his time as a Steeler he racked up 1,078 regular season tackles to go along with 30 sacks. Farrior was also the defensive captain for several seasons. Farrior was...
Via Steelers Depot
March 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Why the Steelers would be “ok” without James Farrior

This has been quite an offseason so far for the Steelers, and it’s just getting started. Between the Wallace debates, Todd Haley & Ben Roethlisberger, the Rooney’s, the salary cap, now Hines Ward being released there is plethora of questions the Steeler Nation is debating around the water cooler. I should preface the title though by saying I’m one of the biggest James Farrior...
Via SteelerAddicts
March 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Steelers might dump James Farrior next

According to Scott Brown of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the agent of linebacker James Farrior believes his client could be the next player to get cut, just a day after veteran wide receiver Hines Ward was shown the door. “It’s not a done deal, but the percentages just aren’t there,” said Ralph Cindrich, who represents Farrior, per the Tribun-Review. Farrior is going into...
Via Pro Football Zone
March 01, 2012  |  Discuss

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