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Steelers Free Agency Tracker

Latest Headlines:¬†— Linebacker Myles Jack has officially been released, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports. Jack was scheduled to earn $8 million in 2023 on a contract that carried an $11.25 million cap hit. Pittsburgh will now save $8 million against the cap with the release of Jack —

Pittsburgh Steelers logoKey Signings

DL Larry Ogunjobi | 3 Years – $28.75 Million

CB Patrick Peterson | 2 Years – $14 Million

G Nate Herbig | 2 Years – $8 Million

ILB Cole Holcomb | 3 Year Contract, Terms not disclosed

LB Elandon Roberts | 2 Year Contract, Terms not disclosed

S Damontae Kazee | 2 Year Contract, Terms not disclosed


Minkah Fitzpatrick wins Steelers MVP

Minkah Fitzpatrick is the Pittsburgh Steelers 2022 Most Valuable Player as voted on by his teammates. Fitzpatrick tied for the NFL lead in interceptions with six, is the first Steelers safety to win the award since Troy Polamalu in 2010.
Dolphins – Jets on Sunday Afternoon will bode a QB matchup of Skyler Thompson vs Joe Flacco. Pittsburgh will have a rooting interest on Sunday towards Flacco.
– The League on Thursday announced a number of playoff scenarios with Bills – Bengals officially being cancelled and won’t be played. The news on Damar Hamlin continues to be positive as the Pittsburgh native is showing remarkable progress

РThe Penguins  (19-13-6, 44 pts) fell behind 3-0 in the first period and their woes continued Thursday night with a 5-2 loss against the Vegas Golden Knights. Pittsburgh is winless in their last six games. Pressure mounting on GM Ron Hextall
Sidney Crosby scored his 20th goal of the season in the loss and prior to puck drop was named to his 9th All-Star Game as the Penguins lone representative.
– No. 809 for Alex Ovechkin who scored his 29th goal of the season in Washington’s 6-2 win over the Blue Jackets Thursday night.


Steelers Acquire CB William Jackson III

— Jackson, 30, is owed $9.25 million in base salary for the 2023 season as the Steelers make the acquisition with an eye on bolstering cornerback position for rest of this season and next —


Steelers anticipate 4-6 week timetable for TJ Watt

When the Pittsburgh Steelers left Cincinnati, they feared the team had lost T.J. Watt for the season. 48 hours later and some change, the team and Watt have received the best possible outcome as Watt has a left pectoral muscle tear and not a tendon tear as initially feared.

Head Coach Mike Tomlin ruled Watt out for week 2 vs the Patriots but wouldn’t rule Watt out beyond that. However, all parties involved are bracing for a 4-6 week recovery period.

“We’re probably in a lot better place than we were after the game,” head coach Mike Tomlin said at Tuesday’s Press Conference “. I can definitively say that T.J. won’t play this week [against the Patriots], but I won’t make any commitments beyond that. We’re encouraged, and we’ll just continue to look at the situation and gain opinions and do what’s appropriate.”