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    Steelers sign CB Devin Smith, LB Dan Molls to reserve/future contracts

    According to the official NFL transactions list, the Pittsburgh Steelers signed two more free agent players to reserve/futures contracts on Monday, cornerback Devin Smith and linebacker Dan Molls

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    Molls is very interesting. I like what I am reading. Put some weight on him, have him hit the weights and you never know.
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    Steelers sign Miguel Maysonet to reserve/future deal

    Posted by Mike Wilkening on January 7, 2014



    The Steelers are giving Miguel Maysonet a look.

    The 24-year-old tailback was among four players the club signed to reserve/future contracts on Tuesday.

    Maysonet had stints with the Eagles, Browns, Chargers, Colts, Jets and Redskins in 2013. The former Stony Brook star signed with Philadelphia as an undrafted free agent last April.

    The Steelers also signed linebacker Dan Molis (Toledo), wide receiver Lanear Sampson (Baylor) and cornerback Devin Smith (Wisconsin) to deals.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...vefuture-deal/

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    If I'm not mistaken linebacker Dan Molls lead all colleges in tackles for 2012. I don't think I ever saw him play but remember the name from a stat sheet. We could certainly use a guy in the middle with a nose for the ball.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikestops85 View Post
    If I'm not mistaken linebacker Dan Molls lead all colleges in tackles for 2012. I don't think I ever saw him play but remember the name from a stat sheet. We could certainly use a guy in the middle with a nose for the ball.
    Yes, he was VERY productive in college. He is dinged for his competition, and his lack of ability to engage physically with OLmen. But, sounds like an NFL weight program could be just what the doctor ordered.
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    Steelers Sign DE Al Lapuaho to a Reserve/Future Contract

    BY DOMINIC DI TOLLA - JAN 9TH, 2014



    The Pittsburgh Steelers signed another player to a Reserve/Future contract earlier today.

    After he transferred from Snow Junior College in Utah, Al Lapuaho played the final two years of his collegiate career close to home with the Utah State Aggies. Overall, the defensive lineman racked up 66 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks during his 26-games with the school.

    Undrafted last spring, Al Lapuaho inked a free agent deal with the St. Louis Rams shortly after the draft process finished. Although the 22 year old was cut by the Rams after the preseason and training camp periods came to a close, he caught on with the Miami Dolphins and stayed on their practice squad for most of his rookie campaign last fall.

    The addition of Lapuaho (63″ 284 lbs.) gives the Steelers another defensive lineman to add to what could be an extremely thin mix after the free agency period begins.

    http://nicepickcowher.com/2014/01/09...ture-contract/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn View Post
    Yes, he was VERY productive in college. He is dinged for his competition, and his lack of ability to engage physically with OLmen. But, sounds like an NFL weight program could be just what the doctor ordered.
    Kinda odd that he would be dinged for his competition, when he played in the same conference that landed us Ben Roethlisberger, James Harrison, Jack Lambert, etc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    Steelers Sign DE Al Lapuaho to a Reserve/Future Contract

    BY DOMINIC DI TOLLA - JAN 9TH, 2014



    The Pittsburgh Steelers signed another player to a Reserve/Future contract earlier today.

    After he transferred from Snow Junior College in Utah, Al Lapuaho played the final two years of his collegiate career close to home with the Utah State Aggies. Overall, the defensive lineman racked up 66 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks during his 26-games with the school.

    Undrafted last spring, Al Lapuaho inked a free agent deal with the St. Louis Rams shortly after the draft process finished. Although the 22 year old was cut by the Rams after the preseason and training camp periods came to a close, he caught on with the Miami Dolphins and stayed on their practice squad for most of his rookie campaign last fall.

    The addition of Lapuaho (63″ 284 lbs.) gives the Steelers another defensive lineman to add to what could be an extremely thin mix after the free agency period begins.

    http://nicepickcowher.com/2014/01/09...ture-contract/
    Umm..another defensive lineman.
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    In other news, the Steelers announced they had signed two more players to their off-season roster, wide receiver jasper Collins and safety Jordan Dangerfield.

    http://www.post-gazette.com/sports/s...#ixzz2q1xgiCPS

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