Steelers Sign Free Agent WR Justin Hunter
March 15, 2017
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Steelers Sign Free Agent WR Justin Hunter

The Steelers have added free agent receiver Justin Hunter The Steelers added depth at wide receiver when they agreed to terms on a one-year contract with free agent Justin Hunter, who played for the Buffalo Bills last season. Hunter, who visited the Steelers at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex on Monday, played in 12 games for...

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One More Pick: Should Pittsburgh Dip into Free Agency?
March 01, 2017
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One More Pick: Should Pittsburgh Dip into Free Agency?

After winning the AFC North in 2016 with an improved record over 2015 (going 11-5 all season compared to 10-6 in the previous campaign) and reaching the playoffs for the third campaign in a row, capitulating to eventual Super Bowl winners New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game, it might seem a little unfair to...

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Armchair GM – 2017 Steelers Mock Draft 2.0 – Pre-Combine Addition
February 28, 2017
Armchair GM

Armchair GM – 2017 Steelers Mock Draft 2.0 – Pre-Combine Addition

In this version of my Mock we totally reshuffle the cards and think to the future while dealing with some immediate needs. We are coming up on the yearly college talent show known as the Combine. The NFL Combine will be taking place from Feb. 28th to March 6th, on the NFL Network, so set your DVRs and get ready to watch Rich...

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Le’Veon Bell Gets Franchise Tag from Steelers
February 27, 2017
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Le’Veon Bell Gets Franchise Tag from Steelers

The Steelers weren’t expected to let running back Le’Veon Bell hit the open market when the new league year gets underway next month so it comes as no surprise that he’s the latest player to receive a franchise tag. The Steelers have placed a franchise tag on Bell and, per multiple reports, it is the exclusive variety....

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Business is Booming as Antonio Brown Becomes NFL’s Highest Paid Receiver
February 27, 2017
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Business is Booming as Antonio Brown Becomes NFL’s Highest Paid Receiver

The Steelers got their wish: The team and wide receiver Antonio Brown agreed to a new contract that will make Brown the highest-paid receiver in the league. Brown’s contract is for five years and $72.7 million, which includes a $19 million signing bonus. That puts Brown’s average annual value at a little more than...

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