Former Steeler and free agent linebacker Jason Worilds shocked much of the football world when he announced he was retiring at the age of 27-years-old.
It was reported that free agent running back DeAngelo Williams would be visiting with the Steelers on Friday about possibly signing a deal, and now Williams has tweeted that he hopes to have a new home when that happens.
While the Steelers have been quiet on the free agent front, head coach Mike Tomlin and his assistants have been busy scouting players they’re interested in for this years draft.
Let’s take a look at the teams that are sitting pretty and the ones that aren’t as we eagerly await the return of football.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have been quiet like usual when it comes to the opening of the free agent market, having only retained some of their own players.
You had to be skeptical. I know I was. It’s OK to admit if you were too.
With injuries in the secondary last year, the Steelers received decent production from cornerback Brice McCain as he tied for the team lead in interceptions with three.
After seeing the lack of depth they had behind Le’Veon Bell last year, the Steelers are in the market for a free agent running back.
Free agent linebacker Jason Worilds has announced that he is leaving football.
All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis is returning to the New York Jets, according to his agents.
Having spent the first seven years of his career with the Steelers, outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley has now found his second home in as many years.
Former Two Time Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Lineman Chris Hoke joined The Cook and Poni Show on Tuesday to talk about a tough decision the Steelers had to make with releasing Brett Keisel and could have to make with releasing Troy Polamalu and not resigning James Harrison.
With the official free agency period beginning this afternoon, here are the most important questions we hope to have answered.
In an attempt to keep three of their own players, the Pittsburgh Steelers have tendered offers to restricted free agent fullback Will Johnson and cornerbacks Antwon Blake and Robert Golden.
While other teams are out agreeing to terms with other teams free agents, the Steelers are busy locking up some of their own guys.