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2011 NFL Offseason: Pittsburgh Steelers

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2011 NFL Season Preview:

Veteran Additions:
TE John Gilmore.
Early Draft Picks:
DE/DT Cameron Heyward, OT Marcus Gilbert, CB Curtis Brown, CB Cortez Allen, DE/OLB Chris Carter.
Offseason Losses:
WR/KR Antwaan Randle El, TE Matt Spaeth, OT Max Starks, OT Flozell Adams, DE/DT Nick Eason.

2011 Pittsburgh Steelers Offense:
Ben Roethlisberger is going to get killed one of these days. Not literally killed, obviously, but his offensive line has done a great disservice to the longevity of his career. Roethlisberger has taken 274 sacks in his 7-year Steelers tenure thus far, which is really saying something because he's escaped many more sacks with his great pocket elusiveness.

Roethlisberger was sacked 41 times in 2010, and the offensive line as a whole surrendered 52, tied for second in the NFL behind only Chicago (60). Unfortunately, that number probably won't improve this season.

Left tackle Max Starks, who missed half the year with a neck injury, showed up training camp close to 400 pounds and was subsequently cut. Jonathan Scott, guilty of 11 penalties and six sacks in 2010, will start in Starks' place again. On the other side, right tackle Willie Colon was retained for a 5-year, $29 million contract. Colon is one of the top players at his position when healthy, but that's not the case because he's coming off a torn Achilles. Colon could struggle at the beginning of the year, though an Achilles isn't as big a deal for linemen, so he could be close to 100 percent come playoff time.

The interior of Pittsburgh's front isn't any better. Pro Bowl center Maurkice Pouncey is great, but the two guards are a huge liability. Ramon Foster surrendered seven sacks in 2010, which is a ridiculous amount for someone at his position. Chris Kemoeatu, meanwhile, has been on the active/PUP list because of arthritis and bone fragments in his knee. Look for tight end Heath Miller to help frequently.

Roethlisberger's long-term health is a huge concern, but he'll continue to thrive in the present. Big Ben will use his trademark pocket awareness to once again elude would-be sacks and find his receivers downfield. With Hines Ward aging and turning into a reality TV star like Chad Ochocinco, Mike Wallace is Big Ben's clear-cut No. 1 wideout. Wallace generated 1,257 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns on just 60 receptions in his second NFL season, maintaining a ridiculous 21.0 yards-per-catch average. Wallace's ridiculous speed makes him extremely difficult to cover, as opposing defenses discovered last year.

With Ward losing interest in football, a new No. 2 target could be Emmanuel Sanders, who made some noise at the end of the 2010 campaign when he caught seven balls for 78 yards against the Jets. Sanders is coming off foot surgery, unfortunately, and may take a while to pass Ward.

If Roethlisberger didn't have a strong rushing attack to lean on, he'd be in even more trouble. Rashard Mendenhall is very ignorant in some aspects of life, but he's a hell of a running back. He rushed for 1,274 yards and 13 touchdowns last year. His YPC was down from 4.6 in 2009 to 3.9 in 2010, but Colon's return should help raise that average.



2011 Pittsburgh Steelers Defense:
Though the Steelers can't stop defenses from sacking Ben Roethlisberger, their defense can at least generate a great pass rush of its own. Pittsburgh finished second in sacks last year with 56, falling one short of Green Bay's 57.

It'll be interesting to see if the Steelers can come close to matching that figure in 2011. It'll be a challenge because rush linebacker James Harrison is a 33-year-old coming off two back surgeries. Back problems tend to linger, and Harrison is getting up there in age. A severe decline is possible, so his running mate LaMarr Woodley will have to pick up the slack. Woodley notched 10 sacks last season, earning himself a well-deserved 6-year, $61.5 million contract.

If Harrison struggles across from Woodley, defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau may not hesitate to use second-year Jason Worilds more often. Pittsburgh's coaching staff is very high on Worilds, who possesses tremendous upside.

The interior of Pittsburgh's linebacking corps faces a similar situation to the Woodley-Harrison dynamic. One player is young and at the top of his game; Lawrence Timmons is an elite inside linebacker. The other is an aging veteran coming off a great year but could be due for a big decline. James Farrior had a Pro Bowl-caliber campaign, but turns 37 in January.

The rest of the Steelers' front seven is loaded. The starting ends are reliable veterans Aaron Smith and Brett Kiesel, but Pittsburgh has a pair of first-rounders, Ziggy Hood and Cameron Heyward, waiting in the wings. Nose tackle Casey Hampton is not the player he once was, but he can still stuff the run somewhat effectively for two downs.

It seems like the Steelers have needed cornerback help for years, and that's the case yet again despite the fact that they re-signed Ike Taylor to a 4-year deal. Taylor is talented but inconsistent, though he's much better than Bryant McFadden, who allowed six touchdowns and a completion percentage of 67.5 in 2010. It'd be great if one of the young corners could step up, but Curtis Brown and Cortez Allen are two rookies handicapped by a brief offseason, while Keenan Lewis has been a huge disappointment in his two-year pro career.

Pittsburgh's pass defense rests on Troy Polamalu's shoulders, or rather his Achilles. Polamalu was having a great 2010 campaign until he suffered an injury there, and then went on to struggle mightily in the playoffs. Polamalu reportedly hasn't been 100 percent at training camp, which isn't a surprise. If Polamalu plays poorly, it'll also affect free safety Ryan Clark, who was abysmal in the AFC Championship and the Super Bowl.



2011 Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule and Intangibles:
Excluding New England, no one in the AFC has a better road record than Pittsburgh since 1996; the Steelers are 66-54 as visitors in that time frame. They're not bad at home either (87-36-1).

The Steelers' special teams were brutal in 2009, allowing four special-teams scores. The team gave up only one in 2010, while Antonio Brown took a kickoff return to the house. They were really bad on punt returns though.

Pittsburgh canned Jeff "Jersey Shore" Reed, replacing him with Shaun Suisham, who hit 14-of-15 attempts, including 8-of-9 from 40-49. He didn't try a 50-yarder, but maybe that's a good thing because he's 3-of-8 from that distance in his career.

Daniel Sepulveda has three ACL tears in his professional career, but the Steelers re-signed him, so they must think his knees can hold up. Sepulveda is a good punter when healthy.

The Steelers have a really easy schedule for a first-place team. Cupcake foes include Seattle, Tennessee, Jacksonville, Arizona, Kansas City, San Francisco, and of course, Cincinnati twice.



2011 Pittsburgh Steelers Positional Rankings (1-5 stars):

Quarterbacks
Offensive Line
Secondary
Running Backs
Defensive Line
Special Teams
Receivers
Linebackers
Coaching


2011 Pittsburgh Steelers Analysis: The Steelers have the talent, depth and easy schedule to make another trip to the Super Bowl. It's only a question of motivation. Super Bowl losers have fared extremely poorly the following year during the past decade. Even the Colts, who won a Lombardi before, barely beat out a mediocre Jaguars team for the AFC South title in 2010.

Pittsburgh will almost certainly make the playoffs, but making it all the way to Indianapolis will be more challenging than it was last year, especially if Troy Polamalu isn't healthy.

Projection: 12-4 (1st in AFC North)


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BamaSteel 04-29-2012 09:45 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.158 (total posts: 1)
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Spence is a lot better pick than most realize. We needed speed in the middle and someone that could stay with tight ends and running backs in short pass routes. He is a ball hawk and will also provide needed speed on the edges in run support. We have enough larger linebackers to pass rush. Is he prototypical 3-4 size? No but the game is changing and we need more speed on the field. Spence is both a need and value pick.
Curtis 04-29-2012 09:27 pm xxx.xxx.xxx0.73 (total posts: 1)
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2 offensive linemen in the first 2 rounds?

Big Ben plays his worst football when he sits in the pocket. When Cleveland last beat the steelers they did so by forcing Ben to stay in the pocket...doing so, they forced 9 sacks that day.

So Pittsburgh picks up 2 OLine "Starters", (good luck with mike adams) and this makes the team better?

I agree that DeCastro is amazing, but I dont think it helps Pittsburgh. Ben is always going to roll out, get hit and hurt because the oline protects the pocket.

Steelers are on their way to the bottom of the AFC North. Enjoy their last winning season for the next 6 years.

Go Browns!
Jerry 04-29-2012 09:25 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.153 (total posts: 1)
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Good analysis, but Terrence Frederick is a corner, not a defensive lineman.
CB Fetishist 04-29-2012 05:02 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.216 (total posts: 16)
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The Steelers had no need to even consider going CB early.

Ike Taylor is still entrenched as the #1 CB, this is Keenen Lewis's make or break year as a #2 CB, Curtis Brown will push Lewis and showed great potential last year, and Cortez Allen is another guy with good upside. Any CB the Steelers could take would be buried at #5 on the depth chart.

Safety depth was a bigger need than CB for the Steelers.
Frank "Grimey" Grimes 04-29-2012 05:00 pm xxx.xxx.xxx59.5 (total posts: 3)
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Steelers didn't draft CB until late for 2 reasons.

1. They really like Curtis Brown and Cortez Allen who they drafted last year. Ryan Clark has said they will have breakout years this year.

2. This draft stunk for DBs. After the few guys at the top, there weren't too many great prospects.
MJB 04-29-2012 01:48 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.223 (total posts: 2)
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@steelrain43, It didn't surprise me that they took a CB so late at all. I still think the Steeler's D will be pretty decent against the pass, especially with the pressure we send. Ike's obviously experienced and solid. Keenan Lewis has shown massive upside. Its now up to Cortez Allen, Curtis Brown and Terrence Frederick to step up into the nickel packages and make some plays. I'd love to see more INTs this year to go along with our otherwise good D.
steelrain43 04-29-2012 12:08 pm xxx.xxx.xxx0.64 (total posts: 2)
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to MJB--I hear ya bro, I was also one hoping for a CB early, steelers IMO do need at least one top one, doing that would make the defense even better..kinda like we have a #2 very good CB playing at #1 spot, and a 3rd in our 2nd..LOL!...got plenty of young bodies at CB, we will see, hopefully one turns in on like ike did when he was a nickle to get a promotion, and we will have an upgrade at CB already there??...(wishful thinking?)...but i was not suprised by the steelers taking CB so late, every visit they had on their list, all projected 4th or later-so I knew that steelers was targeting taking a Cb on the last day unless something crazy happened...all their second day picks I mean every one was one that visited their complex if any of you did seach that out before the draft--and steelers do that every year BTW, if ya wanna know their 4-7 picks, search out and print who visited them, then use this site and look and write WHERE they are projected to go to see a draft strategy based on position, now some are smoke screens, mostly at top 1-2, but those later guys--are picked by those visits...I named 2 names for 5- and the 4 7th picks, and hit every time...just by reading off names and projections that I used ON THIS SITE HERE...nice huh?
steelrain43 04-29-2012 11:59 am xxx.xxx.xxx0.64 (total posts: 2)
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well, sean spence according to the LB coach for the steelers will be tried at the inside backer position, not outside..dude is short, but steelers do often draft OLB and convert them,farrior and timmons are 2 examples, both was projected ROLB, farrior even played that at jets..and for those saying that worlids,carter,or sylvester to take over for FARRIOR???..that would be timmonds bros, the lead guy is already in plce for farrior, no question about that..also--as of right now, for the spot at ILB that timmons vactated by moving to farrior spot-it will bne a co mpetition between sylvester and this guy, butler (steelers LB coach) is not too high on playing carter or this guy right now, so it is sylesters job to lose...and worlids is going to be the top backup outside behind both harrison and woodley...
DP 04-29-2012 02:00 am xxx.xxx.xxx4.10 (total posts: 4)
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Terrence Frederick is a CB...
MJB 04-29-2012 01:09 am xxx.xxx.xxxnown (total posts: 2)
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I'm quite concerned that the Steelers didn't pick a CB until the 7th. Unless some of their young CBs shine, they could struggle against spread offenses.

Nevertheless, an overall solid draft for the Steelers. They filled most of their needs with very good value picks. Steelers will be in the playoff bubble for the next couple of years at least, especially now that Roethlisberger shouldn't get smacked around as much.


Frank "Grimey" Grimes 04-29-2012 12:25 am xxx.xxx.xxx59.5 (total posts: 3)
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The only thing to understand about the Spence pick is that the Steelers needed a LB who could cover.

Steelers have plenty of LBs who are big and can stuff the run. Spence will be key to matching up with teams like the Packers, Pats, Saints, and other spread teams.

With Spence covering short zones, it means they don;t have to make Polamalu come up and do it. He can stay deep and try to cherry pick like Ed Reed.
Fletcher Dix 04-28-2012 09:44 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.104 (total posts: 1)
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I Didn't Know Terrence Frederick Put on 100 Pounds
Brewskybrah 04-28-2012 09:30 pm xxx.xxx.xxx2.24 (total posts: 4)
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I actually like the Sean Spence pick. He has a different skill set than the other LBs on the Steelers' roster. So, they take a shot on a guy who is a bit undersized. He'll be a good special teamer for sure. If he can't adapt to the inside in a 3-4, Sylvester, Carter, or Worilds could still fill in for the departed Farrior.
Blocks of Text 04-28-2012 08:14 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.216 (total posts: 16)
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Time for my Final Draft Grades

A+
David DeCastro is a plug and play starter who'll give the Steelers their Steve Hutchinson for the next 10 years.

A
Mike Adams was an interesting grade for me. Initially I had him as a B because, while I trust Colbert, I didn't trust that Adams had really turned over a new leaf. However after reading about how he came to the Steelers and only the Steelers to talk about his problems and managed to talk them into putting him back on their draft board I warmed up to the idea. If he is clean the Steelers got a first round talent LT late in the 2nd round.

C
Sean Spence was just an odd pick. I never saw him as a 3-4 player. My trust in Colbert is the only thing keeping this from being a D.

A
Alameda Ta'amu is a great value in the 4th round. I don't love him as a prospect, but he's one of the few NT's in this draft and fills a big need. You can't deny his talent, but he needs to work on his consistency.

B
Chris Rainey gets a B because while he's a good value I don't think he's a great prospect. He should beat out Mewelde Moore as the 3rd down back though, and he'll take some of the pressure off Antonio Brown as a return man.

D+
Tony Clemons reminds me of Limas Sweed... For giving me horrific flash backs he gets a D+, the only thing saving it from being an F is that it was a 7th round pick and, for his faults, Sweed had talent.

D
David Paulson is very slow, he'll struggle to get separation in the pros and I doubt he beats out any of the Steelers TEs. Practice squad fodder.

B
Terrence Fredrick is another slow player, but his skills as a ballhawk and zone CB make up for it. He's a great fit for the Steelers D and he'll make the roster as an extra CB.

F
Kelvin Beachum is a weakling. He cuddled D-lineman aside in college and i'm supposed to believe that won't continue in the pros? The best thing Beach Bum can do is get himself cut ASAP and stop wasting a roster spot.

A
As for the overall grade...DeCastro, Adams, and Ta'amu were great picks. I believe the Steelers now have two future starters on the O-line and their starting NT of the future. Rainey should be a solid 3rd down back for the next few years and Frederick will hopefully provide DB depth. I won't knock them for the other 7th round picks, but i'm still puzzled by the Sean Spence pick. I just can't see him in a 3-4, hopefully i'm proven wrong though. Any draft in which you come away with multiple starters and at least two role players is a quality draft, I give the 2012 Steelers draft an A.
stuknuts 04-28-2012 08:08 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.222 (total posts: 1)
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Solid draft by a team that I Double hate no strike that, I loathe them.

But hey, they did well--Solid A





2011 NFL Draft Grades:

No one should be surprised that the Steelers just had a brilliant draft. There's a reason why they contend for the Super Bowl every year.

Two areas Pittsburgh needed to address were the offensive line and defensive backfield. Kevin Colbert found upgrades for both fairly early with solid value selections. Meanwhile, Cameron Heyward and Ziggy Hood figure to be a formidable duo on the defensive front for years to come.

While many teams spent Draft Weekend trading up like crazy, and using countless selections on dime-a-dozen running backs and blocking tight ends, the Steelers just patiently waited each round and plucked one of the top talents off the board.

Overall 2011 NFL Draft Grade given on 5/1/11: A+



2011 NFL Draft Individual Grades:

31. Cameron Heyward, DE/DT, Ohio State
This is a typical Steelers pick. They're bolstering their defense with one of the top players available. He doesn't fill an immediate need, but will definitely be starting for the team in a year or two. (Pick Grade: B)

63. Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida
The Steelers almost had to make this pick. They need to protect Ben Roethlisberger. Marcus Gilbert fits their blocking scheme, and he's arguably one of the top tackles available. (Pick Grade: B)

95. Curtis Brown, CB, Texas
I had Curtis Brown to the Steelers in the second round of my mock re-draft, so I love this pick. Brown provides tremendous value and fills a huge need for them. He's also a great fit for Mike Tomlin's defensive scheme. That's why the Steelers were very interested in Brown this offseason. (Pick Grade: A)

128. Cortez Allen, CB, The Citadel
Another solid cornerback selection for the Steelers. Cortez Allen fits the range at the bottom of the Round 4, and he figures to improve the secondary sometime in the near future. (Pick Grade: B)

162. Chris Carter, DE/OLB, Fresno State
Kevin Colbert continues to dominate the 2011 NFL Draft. Chris Carter could have gone as high as the bottom of the second round, so this is a major steal. Carter won't contribute right away, but he could step in once James Harrison moves on. (Pick Grade: A)

196. Keith Williams, G, Nebraska
Another quality pick. The Steelers have to keep adding solid offensive linemen to the roster, and Keith Williams fits the range. (Pick Grade: B)

232. Baron Batch, RB, Texas Tech
The Steelers were expected to find a change-of-pace back behind Rashard Mendenhall. Baron Batch qualifies, but there were better prospects available. (Pick Grade: C)





Season Summary:
I was really high on the Steelers prior to this season - until Ben Roethlisberger's sexual assault charge. I bumped Pittsburgh out of Super Bowl (and playoff) consideration because I didn't know how Roethlisberger would respond. Well, give Big Ben credit. Despite the distraction and subsequent suspension, he led his team to its third Super Bowl appearance in six years.




Offseason Moves:
  • Steelers sign WR Jerricho Cotchery
  • Steelers re-sign DE/OLB LaMarr Woodley
  • Steelers sign TE John Gilmore
  • Steelers re-sign NT Chris Hoke
  • Steelers re-sign RB Mewelde Moore
  • Steelers re-sign CB William Gay
  • Steelers re-sign P Daniel Sepulveda
  • Steelers cut OT Flozell Adams
  • Steelers re-sign OT Willie Colon
  • Cardinals sign DE/DT Nick Eason
  • Steelers re-sign OT Jonathan Scott
  • Bears sign TE Matt Spaeth
  • Steelers cut WR/PR Antwaan Randle El
  • Steelers cut OT Max Starks
  • Steelers sign K Shaun Suisham
  • Steelers re-sign CB Ike Taylor
  • Steelers sign TE Weslye Saunders
  • Steelers tender QB Dennis Dixon
  • Steelers tender OT Tony Hills
  • Steelers franchise DE/OLB LaMarr Woodley


    Offseason Needs:
    1. Right Guard: Pittsburgh needs to protect Ben Roethlisberger. If he keeps getting hit like this, he won't last much longer. Mike Pouncey could be the pick at the bottom of the first round in the 2011 NFL Draft. He'd look great next to his brother, Maurkice. Drafted Keith Williams

    2. Offensive Tackle: Max Starks has been cut. Willie Colon is a free agent. The Steelers might spend their first-round pick this April on someone like Gabe Carimi or Derek Sherrod. Re-signed Willie Colon; drafted Marcus Gilbert

    3. Cornerback: I think Steeler fans have seen enough of Bryant McFadden. The team's second-round selection could be used to address this position. Re-signed Ike Taylor; drafted Curis Brown and Cortez Allen

    4. Nose Tackle: Casey Hampton turns 34 in September. A successor could be found in Rounds 3-5.

    5. Inside Linebacker: James Farrior just had a great year, but he turned 36 in January. He won't last much longer, so a Round 3-5 selection could be used as a future replacement.

    6. Punter: Free agent Daniel Sepulveda just had his third knee surgery. Re-signed Daniel Sepulveda








    2011 NFL Free Agent Signings:
    1. Jerricho Cotchery, WR, Jets. Age: 29.
      Signed with Steelers (1 year)

      Jerricho Cotchery is a very good slot receiver when healthy. The problem is that he's coming off back surgery. He's reportedly healthy, but back injuries tend to linger and re-surface. Cotchery is a risk.

    2. Weslye Saunders, TE, South Carolina. Age: 22. -- Signed with Steelers
    3. John Gilmore, TE, Buccaneers. Age: 31. -- Signed with Steelers



    Pittsburgh Steelers Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: No cap.
    1. LaMarr Woodley, DE/OLB, Steelers. Age: 26.
      Re-signed with Steelers (6 years, $61.5 million)

      One of the top pass-rushers in the NFL, LaMarr Woodley has 35 sacks in the past three years.

    2. Willie Colon, OT, Steelers. Age: 28.
      Re-signed with Steelers (5 years, $29 million)

      Willie Colon missed the entire 2010 season with a torn Achilles, but his recovery apparently has gone pretty well. Colon is an outstanding, Pro Bowl-caliber right tackle, so Ben Roethlisberger would love to have him back.

    3. Ike Taylor, CB, Steelers. Age: 31.
      Re-signed with Steelers (4 years)

      Ike Taylor had a poor 2009 season, but did a great job bouncing back this year. Taylor surrendered only one touchdown in 2010.

    4. Max Starks, OT, Steelers. Age: 29.
      Max Starks is a starting-quality left tackle. Well, he was before he ballooned up to 400 pounds. Starks lost his job because he wasn't able to work out after suffering a neck injury.

    5. Daniel Sepulveda, P, Steelers. Age: 27.
      Re-signed with Steelers

      Daniel Sepulveda averaged 45.5 yards per punt, but tore his right ACL for the third time in December.

    6. Flozell Adams, OT, Steelers. Age: 36.
    7. William Gay, CB, Steelers. Age: 26. -- Re-signed with Steelers (1 year)
    8. Jonathan Scott, OT, Steelers. Age: 28. -- Re-signed with Steelers
    9. Nick Eason, DE/DT, Steelers. Age: 31. -- Signed with Cardinals (2 years)
    10. Chris Hoke, NT, Steelers. Age: 35. -- Re-signed with Steelers
    11. Matt Spaeth, TE, Steelers. Age: 26. -- Signed with Bears
    12. Ryan Mundy, S, Steelers. Age: 26.
    13. Dennis Dixon (RFA), QB, Steelers. Age: 26. -- Tendered by Steelers
    14. Trai Essex, G, Steelers. Age: 28.
    15. Doug Legursky, G, Steelers. Age: 25.
    16. Mewelde Moore, RB, Steelers. Age: 29. -- Re-signed with Steelers
    17. Anthony Madison, CB, Steelers. Age: 29.
    18. Tony Hills (RFA), OT, Steelers. Age: 26. -- Tendered by Steelers
    19. Antwaan Randle El, WR/KR, Steelers. Age: 32.
    20. Keyaron Fox, ILB, Steelers. Age: 29.
    21. Jeremy Kapinos (RFA), P, Steelers. Age: 27.


    2011 NFL Free Agent Rankings

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    Divisional Rival History:
    Baltimore Ravens: Joe Flacco is 0-6 against Ben Roethlisberger.
    Cincinnati Bengals: The road team has inexplicably claimed eight of the past 11 meetings. Go figure.
    Cleveland Browns: Pittsburgh has won 20 of 21 against Cleveland.



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