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An in-depth look at the Steelers salary cap after the 2018 NFL Draft

An in-depth look at the Steelers salary cap after the 2018 NFL Draft

The Pittsburgh Steelers have 7 players to sign now, so we update the team’s salary cap. Now that the Pittsburgh Steelers have completed their NFL draft and released safety J.J. Wilcox, fans can get a more clear look at the updated salary cap. Since the league year started in early March, Steelers fans have been very concerned about the cap, the team having to make major cuts or not being able to get players from the free agency market. Hopefully over the past couple of months, General Manager Kevin Colbert has alleviated some of these fears. A lot of fans have an idea of where the...
Still Curtain May 1, 2018

Pittsburgh Steelers: 3 players who can be cut following the NFL Draft

The 2018 NFL Draft is behind us, and the Pittsburgh Steelers bulked in a lot of position. Meaning someone is going to lose their roster spot by August. J.J. Wilcox has already felt the rather of rookies heading to Pittsburgh. The veteran safety barely lasted 24 hours after the draft. But the Steelers decision to […] Pittsburgh Steelers: 3 players who can be cut following the NFL Draft - Still Curtain - Still Curtain - A Pittsburgh Steelers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
DK Pittsburgh Sports Apr 30, 2018

Steelers release Wilcox, save $3.125 million on cap

The Steelers released veteran safety J.J. Wilcox on Monday, saving $3.125 million in salary cap space. The post Steelers release Wilcox, save $3.125 million on cap appeared first on DKPittsburghSports.com.
Fox Sports Apr 30, 2018

Steelers cut veteran safety J.J. Wilcox

PITTSBURGH (AP) The Pittsburgh Steelers released veteran safety J.J. Wilcox on Monday just days after selecting a pair of safeties in the NFL draft.
After drafting two safeties, Steelers waste little time releasing J.J Wilcox

After drafting two safeties, Steelers waste little time releasing J.J Wilcox

As predicted, the Steelers have released safety J.J. Wilcox. Although abrupt, the feeling among Pittsburgh Steelers fans when they saw the following news had to be the same, “Took long enough!” Steelers release safety JJ Wilcox— Ray Fittipaldo (@rayfitt1) April 30, 2018 Yes, after the team drafted Terrell Edmunds from Virginia Tech in the first round, and Marcus Allen from Penn State in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft, the writing was on the wall for veteran safety J.J. Wilcox. The team just didn’t need him, or his inflated salary, any longer. The move will save the...

Steelers release safety J.J. Wilcox

The Steelers released safety J.J. Wilcox, one day after they selected two safeties in the draft.
Still Curtain Apr 30, 2018

Pittsburgh Steelers: Don’t expect Terrell Edmunds to move positions

It’s not common you see a first-round draft pick change positions. It’s more uncommon when the team that drafted them is the Pittsburgh Steelers. Terrell Edmunds is coming to a team that now has five safeties worthy of playing time. Morgan Burnett and Sean Davis are the likely starters of the crew, with J.J. Wilcox […] Pittsburgh Steelers: Don’t expect Terrell Edmunds to move positions - Still Curtain - Still Curtain - A Pittsburgh Steelers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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