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2014 Steelers Free Agency

2014 Free Agency: Steelers offer Finley a contract

Analyzing what the Steelers' reported interest in free agent tight end Jermichael Finley means to the team, it's clear they want to add a big and fast receiving option.

Steelers to host ex-Colts WR Darrius Heyward-Bey

The speedy former-7th overall pick will visit Pittsburgh on Wednesday after a down year

Steelers sign ex-Texans CB Brice McCain

No word on the financials or accompanying move, but Pittsburgh has added depth at CB.

Ryan Clark signs with Redskins

Clark will head back to where he made his first NFL start.

Ryan Clark visits Seahawks, still unsigned

The ex-Steelers safety is still without a job, but interest still appears to be there.

Texans ink Chris Clemons to two-year deal

He was initially linked as an option for the Steelers, but that became moot when Pittsburgh signed FS Mike Mitchell to a five-year deal.

Twitter reacts to LeGarrette Blount signing

It's a solid addition to a burgeoning Steelers offense. Fans are excited, and even players threw their vote behind the signing.

Blount endeared himself to Steelers fans last year

He may have established himself as a Steelers fan favorite in Week 16 of the 2013 season. After scoring one of two touchdowns against the Ravens, he mocked former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis by doing his celebration dance.

Contract details for Blount

Adam Schefter reports that Legarrette Blount's new deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers is worth $3.85 million over two years, with $950,000 guaranteed.

BLOUNT FORCE: Steelers sign another big back

The Winnebago comes to the city of The Bus to back up Le'Veon Bell...and perhaps make an impact of his own.

Blount signs two-year deal with Steelers

The Steelers have found their back-up running back.

Eagles cut DeSean Jackson

Despite reports indicating he'd stay in Philadelphia, the Eagles parted ways with Jackson, putting him on the free agency market. Allegations of gang activity have begun to emerge as well.

Blount in Pittsburgh, Steelers weighing options

The running back is reportedly in Pittsburgh Friday, having arrived and met with team officials Thursday.

UPDATED: MJD signs with Raiders

MJD visited with the Steelers earlier in free agency, but no deal ever materialized, and it's likely both he and the Steelers viewed any contract as a back-up plan in case he didn't get an offer he liked.

MJD visiting OAK

It's a sleepover too, the free agent running back is expected to stay through to Friday.

Steelers at around $1 million under salary cap

Any move to sign a free agent running back, which reportedly will happen by the end of this week, will likely bring with it another roster move as yet undetermined.

Steelers interested in MJD for less than $3.5m

Understatement of the Year: The Steelers are interested in Maurice-Jones-Drew for less than his $3.5 million asking price.

Alex Carrington reportedly signs with Rams

Accroding to Ian Rapoport, defensive end Alex Carrington has signed a deal with the St. Louis Rams. Carrington was previously linked with the Steelers, meeting with the team 10 days ago.

Lance Moore signs 2-year, $3 million contract

His $645,000 bonus is the only guaranteed money of the deal.

MJD willing to wait in free agency

The 2011 rushing champion feels he's worth $3 million a season and is willing to wait to sign with a team who's willing to pay that price.

Deal with veteran running back expected soon

Alan Robinson of the Pittsbirgh Tribune-Review tweeted today that he believes the Steelers are likely to have a deal with an experienced running back by the end of the week.

Meet Arthur Moats, the newest Steelers linebacker

Don't Cross the Moats, his back reads. Moats is crossing the Three Rivers to join a team that needs his character and versatility.

MJD still on the Steelers' minds

The free agent running back will meet again with the Steelers, according to a New York Daily News report.

Moats described as 'back-up outside linebacker'

Along with being a "core" special teams player, Steelers.com is describing the newest Steelers free agent signing as a "back-up outside linebacker" who "also can play inside linebacker."

Details on Arthur Moats' 1-year deal

Moats will receive $730,000 in salary with a signing bonus of $65,000.

Steelers sign Arthur Moats to 1-year contract

The Steelers have confirmed ex-Bills linebacker Arthur Moats signed a 1-year contract with the team.

Pryor requesting trade from Raiders

The Jeannette, Pa., product sees the writing on the wall with Matt Schaub (another Pittsburgh product) coming to town, and is requesting the Raiders trade him.

Conference championship teams built via draft

The 2010 Steelers are among 20 total teams in the last five seasons to qualify for their conference championship game. Those teams are mostly comprised of organic talent, according to a report published Monday.

New players in new positions changing Steelers D

The Steelers are changing their defense by changing players, and having those players change positions. Moats would join two other free agent signings who will play something of different positions in Pittsburgh.

Blount would be catnip for Steelers fans

While a possible signing of running back LeGarrette Blount could be a great move to add depth to the Steelers running back position, it might hinder the development of second year back Le'veon Bell--especially if fans fall for Blount's style.

Chiefs sign ex-Browns DB Chris Owens

The Steelers flirted with Owens briefly, but that's as far as it went.

Tomlin doesn't see adding a vet RB as a necessity

A confidence-inspiring message to his second-year running back, the Steelers will likely add a veteran running back to bolster what should be a heavy workload for Le'Veon Bell.

Ravens pick up Zuttah, look to implement zone run

The AFC North is becoming Zone Running North as Baltimore acquires athletic but inconsistent center from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Steelers pursuit of Moats smart if not a year late

Moats wasn't on the market last season, but if he was, or a player like him was, the Steelers could have avoided what happened by forcing a rookie into the lineup well ahead of when he should have been playing.

Steelers to visit with LB Arthur Moats Monday

Tribune-Review reporter Alan Robinson tweeted the news Monday, coming off a report the Steelers pushed back a visit with LeGarrette Blount until Friday.

Jermichael Finley 'months away' from clearance

The Steelers were more than likely just doing their due diligence on the injured receiving tight end, and they'll continue to do so until he's medically cleared to continue his career.