NFL Free Agency
This is one of Pittsburgh Steelers’ General Manager Kevin Colbert’s favorite times of the year.
The Steelers have already been more active in free agency this offseason than we’ve seen them be in recent years and that continued today as they signed free agent wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey to a one-year contract.
The Steelers are in desperate need of help at Cornerback, but the signing of former Houston Texan Brice McCain most likely won’t be the answer.
With the Steelers still looking at help for linebacker, the team announced Monday that they’ve agreed to a one-year deal with former Buffalo Bills linebacker Arthur Moats.
The Steelers South Side facility has been a revolving door for potential NFL free agents the team is interested in this offseason and Head Coach Mike Tomlin has weighed in on the position he wants to see the team focus on.
With the loss of wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery, the Steelers receiving corp got thin, but today the team announced the signing of former New Orleans Saints wide receiver Lance Moore to a two-year deal to help fill that void.
With free agent running back Maurice Jones-Drew leaving his Steelers visit without a contract, the Steelers have turned their attention to another potential candidate: to back-up starter Le’Veon Bell.
It came down to the Steelers or Carolina Panthers for wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery. Today, we found out that one of Ben Roethlisberger’s favorite endzone targets chose the Panthers.
While the Steelers offense finished the season on a strong note this past year, there will be some pieces that need to be replaced as free agency has struck that side of the ball for them as well.
The Steelers biggest losses this offseason have come along the defensive line, but today the team took measures to try and shore up that position.
The Steelers officially released Linebacker LaMarr Woodley on Tuesday, and today he signed a two-year deal with the Oakland Raiders.
After just one year with the Cincinnati Benglas, former Steeler great James Harrison finds himself looking for work once again.
Former Steelers Defensive Lineman Ziggy Hood (Jaguars) and Al Woods (Titans) have signed with other teams already this offseason, leaving the team little depth at the position with only Cam Heyward and Steve McClendon still under contract.
The Steelers agreed to a five-year, $25 million dollar deal with safety Mike Mitchell, who played last season with the Carolina Panthers.
93-7 The Fan Steelers insider and Post-Gazette reporter Ed Bouchette joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday to give his take on the Patriots signing Emmanuel Sanders to an offer sheet.