Steelers Sign Free Agent LB Jon Bostic

The Steelers have finally made a move in free agency. Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Pittsburgh signed linebacker Jon Bostic to a two-year contract. The worth of the contract has yet to be announced. Steelers signing LB Jon Bostic to a two-year deal, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 18, 2018 Bostic, who spent 2017 with the Colts, was a productive player for Indianapolis with 97 total … Continue reading Steelers Sign Free Agent LB Jon Bostic

Steelers Release Robert Golden

The overhaul of the secondary continues. The Steelers officially announced the releases of Mike Mitchell and William Gay Wednesday afternoon, shortly after the NFL’s new year began. Another release they officially announced came as a bit of a surprise. The Steelers officially announced the release of Robert Golden, who had served not just as a backup at either safety position, but primarily as special teams … Continue reading Steelers Release Robert Golden

Steelers Restructure Villanueva; Clear More Cap Space

The Steelers continue their cap-clearing agenda by restructuring another contract. This time, the Steelers have restructured Alejandro Villanueva‘s contract, clearing $3.53 million in cap space for 2018. NFL Free Agency begins on Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 PM EST. The Steelers probably won’t be big players in free agency, but could make a couple smaller moves to add depth, especially on the defensive side of the ball. … Continue reading Steelers Restructure Villanueva; Clear More Cap Space

Steelers Apply Second-Round Tender to Boswell; Gay To Be Released

The Steelers have reportedly made two moves on Monday. Per Adam Caplan, the Steelers have applied their second-round tender to Chris Boswell, who is a restricted free agent (RFA). The tender is for one year and is worth $2.9 million. Boswell is still able to be signed by another NFL team, just like any other RFA, but since the tender is applied, that team would … Continue reading Steelers Apply Second-Round Tender to Boswell; Gay To Be Released

REPORT: Steelers Plan to Release Mike Mitchell

Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported Friday afternoon on Twitter that the Steelers plan to release safety Mike Mitchell per team sources. It is also reported that the Steelers could try to bring back Mitchell for a cheaper salary. Mitchell’s tweet from earlier today seems to have been put in perspective with today’s report. It is what it is. — Mike Mitchell (@iammikemitchell) March … Continue reading REPORT: Steelers Plan to Release Mike Mitchell

Antonio Brown Helps Create Cap Space By Restructuring Contract

While the Steelers continue to try to hammer out a contract extension with Le’Veon Bell, another one of his teammates is helping create breathing room. Antonio Brown posted several videos on his Instagram story feed that he has restructured his contract. The move alleviates $9.72 million in cap space for the Pittsburgh Steelers. David Decastro and Stephon Tuitt also restructured their contracts earlier in the … Continue reading Antonio Brown Helps Create Cap Space By Restructuring Contract

Report: Steelers Plan on Applying Franchise Tag to Bell

Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported Monday morning on Twitter that the Steelers plan on applying their 2018 franchise tag to Le’Veon Bell. The tag is worth $14.54 million. The Steelers and Bell are currently negotiating a contract extension. There has been some optimism that a deal would get done before the March 6th deadline for team to use their franchise tag. However, talks … Continue reading Report: Steelers Plan on Applying Franchise Tag to Bell

Steelers Draft Coverage: Team Needs in the Draft

The Steelers have a few holes in their roster to fill. As a team that is known to build well through the draft, the Steelers could add the pieces they need this April in the NFL Draft. With the draft rapidly approaching, and the Combine wrapping up on Monday, it’s time to take a closer look at what direction the Steelers will go when they travel … Continue reading Steelers Draft Coverage: Team Needs in the Draft

Week 8 Recap: Steelers 20, Lions 15

The Steelers played for the second time at Ford Field in Detroit since their victory in Super Bowl XL in 2006, and it was a game with plenty of excitement. As the Steelers looked to continue their winning ways, Detroit was fresh off of a bye week, trying to recover after losing two straight. Here are the good, the bad, and the ugly from Sunday … Continue reading Week 8 Recap: Steelers 20, Lions 15

COLUMN: A Letter To Martavis Bryant

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver-slash-enigma Martavis Bryant was told by coach Mike Tomlin on Wednesday that he will not be playing Sunday in Detroit. Bryant’s multiple remarks on social media and to the media have made it perfectly clear that Bryant isn’t happy with his current role in Pittsburgh.  Now that the news reporting is out of the way, here’s the commentary I want to give on … Continue reading COLUMN: A Letter To Martavis Bryant