The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Post June 1 Plans & More Episode

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Season 4, Episode 108 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I get right at talking about what the rest of the Pittsburgh Steelers offseason plans might look like now that June 1 has come and gone. With the release of linebacker LaMarr Woodey now official, the Steelers will look at extending the contracts of a few players prior to the start of the 2014 season so we break down the candidates.

Some of the money could go towards bringing back a few veterans, so David and I once again explore the possibility of Brett Keisel and James Harrison being signed back.

Former Steelers linebacker Mike Vrabel, who is now the linebackers coach for the Houston Texans, had a few interesting quotes recently about how tough it is for college defensive ends to make the transition to the outside linebacker position so we explore what he had to say in relation to the current roster.

The situation with Dri Archer has been clarified since our last show, so David and I bring you up to speed on that as it relates to him missing practice last week to take part in the NFLPA Rookie Premier event out in Los Angeles.

We close out this episode with a look at a few things that David might explore this week during the Steelers second round of OTA practices that will get underway on Tuesday.

As usual, a few more talking points are mixed in and discussed during the show that are not mentioned in this recap.

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  • Jason Brant

    Barring injury, Harrison and Keisel are not coming back. I get why people want them back because of depth and nostalgia, but it’s not happening.

    Time to move on.

  • Jollyrob68

    Move on. Also, Pay Cortez Allen or lose him. I laugh because you guys always want to low ball players and think they’re going to stay.

  • John C

    Agreed…..the team is making a youth movement so it makes no sense to bring these guys back….unless like you said, barring injury.

  • http://batman-news.com MC

    Who is going to take over if Worilds walks next year? We didn’t draft a guy who looks like he can sniff the starting spot, so if Worilds has a great year and we wanna keep him, we will have to pay him more than what we would if we locked him up right now right?
    If he goes elsewhere after this year ill be extremely worried about our OLB situation and I don’t want another rookie being drafted next year having to start, look at how Jarvis Jones went in his rookie year and he came from a similiar 3-4 defense…

  • Matthew Suloman

    Pouncey is supremely overrated.. Not even in Mack’s class.

  • israelp

    Maybe in past years there was no conflict between the OTAs and the rookie seminar, but this year the delayed draft gave everyone less room to work around the calendar.