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Steelers 2017 Free Agents DE Ricardo Mathews – Unrestricted

Player: Ricardo Mathews Position: Defensive End Experience: 7 Free Agent Status: Unrestricted 2016 Salary Cap Hit: $600,000 2016 Season Breakdown: It’s somewhat fitting that we are covering Ricardo Mathews’ free agency status right after tight end David Johnson. Both of them are coming off of two seasons with the Chargers....
Via Steelers Depot
14 hours ago

Ricardo Mathews Leaves Browns Game With Ankle Injury

The Pittsburgh Steelers have suffered their first injury of the day with DE Ricardo Mathews leaving the game in the first quarter. It may be a reoccurring injury for him after dealing with an ankle injury for several weeks now. The CBS broadcast indicated he was favoring an ankle as...
Via Steelers Depot
January 01, 2017

Ricardo Mathews Injury Complicates D-Line Depth For Opener

Last week, Pittsburgh Steelers starting defensive end Cameron Heyward suffered a high ankle sprain, and though he has promised to be ready to go for the team’s regular season opener, I voiced my doubts about that and braced for the possibility that the team would have to make do without...
Via Steelers Depot
September 02, 2016

Steelers sign former Chargers defensive end Mathews

PITTSBURGH (AP) Defensive end Ricardo Mathews has agreed to a one-year deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers that will give the team needed depth next season. Financial terms were not disclosed Thursday. The 28-year-old Mathews had one sack and 14 tackles in 16 games with San Diego in 2015. He has four sacks in 80 career games with Indianapolis and San Diego. The Steelers needed...
Via Associated Press
March 31, 2016  |  Discuss

Steelers add defensive line depth with Ricardo Mathews

The Steelers need to do most of the work on their secondary, but they’ve added some depth to their defensive line. The team announced they had signed defensive end Ricardo Mathews to a one-year contract. Mathews started seven games for the Chargers last year, but is a depth addition for the Steelers. He was originally a…
Via Pro Football Talk
March 31, 2016

NFL Notes: Chargers, Falcons, Jaguars, Jets, Saints, & Vikings

Chargers Chargers agreed to terms with C Trevor Robinson on a two-year deal. Chargers agreed to terms with DE Ricardo Mathews on a one-year deal. Falcons Rand Getlin reports that Redskins free agent WR Leonard Hankerson is visiting the Falcons tonight, but no deal is imminent. Jaguars Adam Caplan reports that the Jaguars coaches and players are ...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
March 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Chargers cut Grice, add Mathews

SAN DIEGO (AP) Running back Marion Grice, a sixth-round pick from Arizona State, was released by the San Diego Chargers on Monday in favor of defensive lineman Ricardo Mathews. Chargers general manager Tom Telesco is familiar with Mathews. Telesco was in the Colts' front office when Mathews was a seventh-round pick in 2010. Over four years in Indianapolis, Mathews played in 52...
Via Associated Press
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Chargers pick DT Ricardo Mathews over Marion Grice, Kevin Vickerson

When the final cuts were made on Saturday afternoon, the Chargers had five running backs on the roster. Most assumed the final spot would come down to a battle between rookie backs Marion Grice and Branden Oliver, and they were correct. Initially, Tom Telesco and the Chargers kept both backs as waiving either could have resulted in their departure from San Diego. However, when a...
Via cover32 - Chargers
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Chargers Sign DT Ricardo Mathews

  The San Diego Chargers announced the signing of DT Ricardo Mathews on Monday. San Diego reportedly had some interest in signing veteran DT Kevin Vickerson, but it appears as though they preferred to go with Mathews. Mathews, 27, spent the previous four years with the Indianapolis Colts, appearing in all 32 games in the 2012-2013 seasons, but only making six starts. He later signed...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Texans DT Mathews hero of practice after fielding punt

HOUSTON - It's not often a 6-3, 300 pound defensive tackle gets to play the hero in a game, much less a practice, but Tuesday, Ricardo Mathews did just that after successfully fielding a punt at the end of the morning session. Mathews, who said he has never fielding a punt before, borrowed receiver DeAndre Hopkins' gloves to help him get a better grip in the humid morning air. He...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
August 05, 2014  |  Discuss

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