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  • Overall FO has done a good job!

    Anyone that has followed the Steelers knows we dont spend alot in free agency, but they usually do a good job at finding second tier talent and then coaching them up.We have a solid center this year and that should make the o-line better.We have alot of options with our first round draft pick.

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    Originally posted by bigsmooth51 View Post
    Anyone that has followed the Steelers knows we dont spend alot in free agency, but they usually do a good job at finding second tier talent and then coaching them up.We have a solid center this year and that should make the o-line better.We have alot of options with our first round draft pick.
    yeah i agree we potentially filled two holes in signing a possible kr/pr, and a potential starting center..

    i read that mahan may be cut after june 1st... which would be a good idea imo

    thanks to steel man for the fresh sig

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      Originally posted by mikehop05 View Post
      yeah i agree we potentially filled two holes in signing a possible kr/pr, and a potential starting center..

      i read that mahan may be cut after june 1st... which would be a good idea imo
      I don't know where you read that but he'd be an additional 225k against the cap or more (I forget).. He'll be a backup until next year where it'd actually be cheaper to cut.

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      • #4
        I actually read that somewhere aswell, but pretty sure they just said it was an option they could consider.

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          Originally posted by Mr. Stiller View Post
          I don't know where you read that but he'd be an additional 225k against the cap or more (I forget).. He'll be a backup until next year where it'd actually be cheaper to cut.
          Pittsburgh could designate Mahan as a June 1 cut, which would split up the bonus money charges. His $2.175 million salary would be a credit to the cap and his bonus of $2.4 million would be split between 2008 and 2009. The net result would be a $975,000 savings to the cap.

          from nfl.com

          thanks to steel man for the fresh sig

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