NFL: Linebackers Morgan, Graham on Steelers free agency radar

View image | gettyimages.com LATEST STEELERS BUZZ The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to have over $20 million in cap space when free agency begins and NFL agents that spoke with Steelers officials at the combine believe they will be more aggressive in free agency than past years. An agent of an outside linebacker set to

NFL: Steelers intend to let Jason Worilds hit the open market

The Pittsburgh Steelers want Jason Worilds back but not at the $8-$9 million per season Worilds believes he’s worth on a 5-6 year deal. Based on preliminary talks in the past couple days between the Steelers and Worilds representative Scott Smith, it remains clear that neither side see’s eye to eye on what Worilds value

Superior quarterback edge on paper the Steelers have again tonight hasn’t meant much of late

The AFC Playoff Picture as the season nears the mid-way point: 1. Denver Broncos (5-1) 2. Indianapolis Colts (5-2) 3. New England Patriots (5-2) 4. Baltimore Ravens (5-2) 5. San Diego Chargers (5-2) 6. Cincinnati Bengals (3-2-1) _________________________________________________________ 7. Buffalo Bills (4-3) 8. Houston Texans (3-3) 9. Kansas City Chiefs (3-3) 10. Miami Dolphins (3-3)

Latest Buzz: Ray Rice released; Penn State is now bowl eligible

A new video released by TMZ of Ray Rice knocking his fiancee out, has thankfully led to the Ravens finally terminating Rice’s contract today. Social media is quite powerful, good and bad at times, but this was a situation where the power of social media was enough to finally see Ray Rice get what he

NFL: Steelers, Cortez Allen agree to 4 year, $26 million contract

The Pittsburgh Steelers and cornerback Cortez Allen have reached an agreement on a four year deal worth $26 million. The deal was negotiated by agent Scott Smith of XAM Sports. The two sides beat Sunday’s deadline as the Steelers team policy is to not discuss contract extensions during the season. Allen is now under contract

Andy Dalton signs 6 years, $115 million contract extension

Per Adam Schefter of ESPN: From me and Adam Caplan: Cincinnati and Bengals QB Andy Dalton reached agreement on a 6-year, $115 million contract, per two sources. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 4, 2014 Dalton, 26, is 0-3 as the stater in the playoffs for Cincinnati.