His salary last year was a reasonably modest $3.5 million. He's still a good player and has always been a leader in KC. PFF ranks him among the top pass blocking guards in the game the last few years, aswell as last year. He is certainly slowing down now, but he performed well last year, and would be a quality addition to the Steelers line at what could be their biggest hole, right guard. I like Ramon Foster's progression, and upside, but for a shorter term contract, he'd be a great player and a true professional to learn from.