What does that mean for the Steelers?
They're bargain-hunting, to be sure, but the value of a bigger (6-foot-4) and strong receiver can't be overestimated, particularly within an offense that lacks a big and experienced receiver outside their current tight ends.
And Finley probably isn't fairly called a tight end anyway. Think of him as a supersized slot receiver who can catch balls in traffic and in the best place of all, the end zone.
Finley has an insurance policy that would pay him $10 million if he doesn't play in the first four games of the season, but all signs point to him wanting to play for another few years. The fact he hasn't yet signed with the Steelers only indicates he's waiting on a better offer, but the Steelers have clearly thrown their hat in Finley's ring.