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New Steelers WR Lance Moore Has Signed A Two-Year, $3 Million Contract

According to communications coordinator Burt Lauten, new Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Lance Moore just signed his contract on Tuesday. According to Brian McIntyre on Twitter, Moore’s contract totals out at $3 million. Moore received a $645,000 signing bonus and base salaries of $855,000 and $1.5 million. His 2014 cap charge…


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Steelers Expected To Sign An Experienced Running Back By End Of Week

Addressing reporters Tuesday morning at the AFC coaches’ breakfast at the annual NFL owners’ meeting, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said he expects an experienced running back will be signed soon, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. As of right now, the only two visible candidates are free agents Maurice…



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Steelers TE Michael Palmer Contract Update

I have an update on the one-year contract signed last week by Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Michael Palmer. According to NFLPA records, Palmer did indeed sign for the veteran minimum, but he didn’t receive a signing bonus. His contract, however, is still a qualifying contract and he will only count…




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Steelers Mike Tomlin Calls HBO Hard Knocks “A Joke”

It’s very possible that the Pittsburgh Steelers could be chosen this year to be the subject matter for the HBO training camp documentary, “Hard Knocks”, and if that ultimately happens, head coach Mike Tomlin will not be happy camper. During a recent sit down interview with Bob Pompeani of KDKA-TV,…



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New Steelers LB Arthur Moats Signed A One-Year Qualifying Contract

If you like the versatility that former Buffalo Bills linebacker Arthur Moats brings to the Pittsburgh Steelers, you’ll like his contract even more. Moats, who was originally drafted in the sixth-round of the 2010 NFL Draft out of James Madison, signed a one-year qualifying contract worth $795,000 with the Steelers….





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Steelers GM Kevin Colbert Says QB Ben Roethlisberger Hasn’t Asked For A “Tall” Wide Receiver

Since the 2013 season ended, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has reported that sources have told him that the Pittsburgh Steelers “intend” on drafting a “tall” wide receiver for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. While that very well might end up being the case, Roethlisberger apparently hasn’t asked the team to…