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2013 Steelers Free Agency

News about the Steelers pending and signed restricted and unrestricted free agents in 2013.

Colts talks with Ahmad Bradshaw continue

The Steelers had a brief flirtation with Ahmad Bradshaw, but the two sides parted ways. That seems to be a recurring theme with the former Giants running back.

Legursky to Bills, Steelers Northeast forming

Former Steelers C/G Doug Legursky joins a slew of former Steelers in Buffalo, including three other offensive linemen.

Steelers sign RB Stephens-Howling

The Steelers are picking up the speedy running back.

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Not Ahmad Bradshaw? Surprised?

Steelers still interested in Ahmad Bradshaw

If the Steelers can find a way to afford a deal for Bradshaw, how does that affect their draft plans?

Steelers sign McLendon for 3 years

The Steelers made it a priority to keep the restricted free agent, just a day after McLendon met with the Green Bay Packers.

Steelers sign Stevenson Sylvester

Looking to bolster depth, the team adds the veteran inside linebacker they elected not to sign in restricted free agency.

Will Allen signs with Cowboys

After bailing Pittsburgh out as they went without Polamalu for most of 2012, the former Steelers and Buccaneers safety starts a new chapter in his career.

Lloyd released, Sanders to replace?

Patriots release of Brandon Lloyd makes their need for another receiver all the more urgent.

Steelers sign TE Matt Spaeth

Yet another former Steelers player comes back.

Sanders has an offer from Patriots

Multiple sources have indicated that Steelers restricted free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders has received an offer from the New England Patriots.

Colon signs with NY Jets

Mere days after Colon was released on a June 1st designation, the Jets scooped him up continuing their appreciation of under-appreciated left guards.

Would Steelers match a Patriots offer to Sanders?

If the Patriots are willing to part with a 3rd round pick, Pittsburgh's tenuous cap situation could make it difficult to match.

Patriots Have Traveled this Road Before

The Patriots have looked to RFA's before when they found themselves in need of a wide receiver.

Sanders meeting with Patriots

Sanders was given an original round tender in restricted free agency. The Patriots lost WR Wes Welker already, and are thin at the position.

What Lewis and Gay say about secondary

A player who looked like the future of the franchise last season, will be playing for someone else this year. Is it because his original team couldn't afford him, he didn't want to be there or the team just didn't need him?

Steelers Free Agency Day 3 recap

The Steelers are still down a few starters, but they are looking to continue negotiations with a few players, and could have some new roster additions by the end of today.

Free agency salary cap aftermath

It's been a long three days, and the Steelers have been more active than in years-past, although to mixed reviews from its fan-base. Here's a look at the updated numbers as they stand.

Rooney: Releases aren't part of the job you enjoy

The Steelers are in the midst of reconstructive surgery. President Art Rooney II says it's not easy, but it's something they must do every year.

Saints sign Keenan Lewis

Lewis' contract is for 5 years, $26 million with $10.5 million guaranteed, and he reportedly did give the Saints a hometown discount.

Details of new Wallace contract

The disgruntled receiver had a plan heading into free-agency, and he was going to cash in on his electrifying speed; but after examining his new contract, did he actually get a good deal?

UPDATE: Giants sign Ryan Mundy

Steelers safety Ryan Mundy will be joining the NY Giants.

TE Kellen Davis in Pittsburgh to talk contract

The former Bears tight end was linked with the Steelers last season before re-signing with Chicago. He'll reportedly be in Pittsburgh today to discuss a contract.

Steelers Free Agency Day 2 recap

The signings were there, rumors still flying, even if they aren't the high-level variety.

Free agent OLB Victor Butler set to visit Steelers

A teammate of cornerback Keenan Lewis's at Oregon State, Butler was a fourth round pick in 2009, and has performed fairly well in his time with Dallas.

Steelers re-sign Greg Warren

The Steelers moved to address a vital empty spot on the roster by re-signing the player who has done it well enough to remain virtually invisible his entire career.

Keenan Lewis talking with the Saints

The Steelers free agent cornerback is in his hometown of New Orleans talking to the Saints about a contract.

Harrison's agent still talking to Ravens

Several Ravens cashed in on their recent Super Bowl championship through free-agency contracts with new teams. A former Pittsburgh player may be trying to cash in on Baltimore's fortuitous misfortune.

Mendenhall signs with Cardinals

The Arianzona Stealers are at it again, this time acquiring another former Pittsburgh player who was desperately seeking a new beginning, after his first attempt didn't meet expectations.

Willie Colon released

Colon has been released as a post-June 1 designation.

Steelers Sign Bruce Gradkowski

Bruce Gradkowski has a three-year deal to return home

Where the Steelers are in terms of the salary cap

With the first official day of the new league year officially in the books, here is a quick snapshot of the team's current cap situation entering day two.

Steelers Active in First Day of Free Agency

The Steelers were uncharacteristically active in reports on the first day of Free Agency. They signed a few of their own, but were linked to many more new faces.

Where in the world is Rashard Mendenhall?

Multiple reports, sometimes from the same publication, link Mendenhall to multiple places, but that's free agency news. Denver and Arizona are said to be in hot pursuit of the former Steelers first round pick.

Steelers set to release Willie Colon

A report indicates Steelers offensive guard Willie Colon will be released today as a post-June 1 designation, meaning the Steelers will save $5.5 million against the salary cap in 2013.

Foster: 'I need to be consistent in all facets'

The Steelers inked the veteran guard to a three-year deal in wake of free agency, one of several moves the team would end up making in one of the most active transaction days in team history.