A flurry of activity as economic movement tore through the league like the Mississippi River through the heartland of the U.S. Teams on both sides of that river shelled out cash for players of all positions, except those punters and kickers...and probably a few others.
The Steelers, of course, did not lead the way in this charge. After signing Mike Mitchell to a 5-year, $25 million deal Tuesday, they inked C/G Cody Wallace to a three year contract, and locked up Greg Warren to compete for a long-snapping job in 2014.
Not exactly power moves, but good ones. Unfortunately, it's possible the Steelers will lose a few players - all of whom at least not surprising. Al Woods was, then wasn't, signed with the Titans (he'll be taking a look at a few other jobs first, apparently). Emmanuel Sanders is lining up several jobs in warm cities without good quarterbacks (an amazing parallel exists between free agency, wide receivers, bad quarterbacks and the state of Florida, but I digress). He even brought Ziggy Hood to one of them.
All of these stories are on BTSC somewhere, in what we think has become the most posts on the site in one calendar day. Please pat yourselves on the back, as I cannot do it with my hands plunged in a vat of ice.
It is also the day more visitors came to this site than any other day in history, so thank you for being a part of that, and we hope to break that record again tomorrow. For now, chat about the day, I want to read something other than a Twitter feed for a while.