When Will Steelers Fill Void at Wide Receiver?

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Time is ticking down until some of the top names in football hit the open market and are free to sign with any NFL team they wish. As we have stressed here on Steelers N Stuff, the Pittsburgh Steelers do not usually make a big splash in free agency. The Steelers are known for drafting well and finding most of their talent straight out of college. Continue reading When Will Steelers Fill Void at Wide Receiver?

Question of The Day: Who Will The Steelers Sign in Free Agency?

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Just two days lie between now and the start of Free Agency. With no idea what the Pittsburgh Steelers plan to do, one thing is becoming obvious. The Steelers have slowly started creating cap space. Once the decision is made on strong safety Troy Polamalu, even more space will be made.

Which leaves the question: Who will the Steelers sign in free agency? Continue reading Question of The Day: Who Will The Steelers Sign in Free Agency?

Mike Wallace Says Steelers Have To Go Down

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When the Pittsburgh Steelers line up on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, they will be welcoming an old face back into Heinz Field. Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace will be taking his first steps back into Pittsburgh after leaving the Steelers last March in free agency. Wallace signed a contract with the Dolphins worth $60 million. Continue reading Mike Wallace Says Steelers Have To Go Down

Steelers Sign David Snow With Extra Roster Spot

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The Pittsburgh Steelers took to free agency yet again this season for the offensive line. The Steelers, however, did not have to release a player due to Rashad Butler’s departure from the team on Monday. This gave the Steelers space to sign guard/center, David Snow. Continue reading Steelers Sign David Snow With Extra Roster Spot

Don’t Expect A Contract For Sanders Before Season Begins

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Back in April, you will remember the drama between Emmanuel Sanders and his offer sheet with the New England Patriots. Sanders signed a $2.5 million offer with the Patriots, but the Steelers chose to match that contract and keep Sanders through the 2013 season. Sanders will be taking Mike Wallace’s starting spot on the depth chart. This will be Sanders’ first season as a starter, but will that be enough for the contract him and his agent have talked about? Continue reading Don’t Expect A Contract For Sanders Before Season Begins