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Thread: Worilds Designated as Transition Player

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    apparently woirlds signed his tag

    has to mean a long term deal is in the works

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie View Post
    I don't know about that flip (not ruling it out)... but I will say it is a strong possibility that we will regret getting rid of him (ie Kennan Lewis) when he suits up and dominates for another team next year.
    This was Jason's first season to get significant starting time. Based on his numbers after the bye week, he had a pace of 80 Tackles, 12 sacks, and 3 FFs. Those stats are approaching James Harrison territory.

    The only guy that's more effective on the field for us is Cam Heyward who looks like he's should put up a performance next season to make us forget we ever thought Aaron Smith was even good.

    There's no way we can let either of these guys get away.

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    Surprising:

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...from-steelers/

    I wouldn't have signed so quickly if I was him. Now that he did sign, hopefully the Steelers get an extension ironed out, and quickly, to free up cap space.

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    9.7 mill........

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    I like that Worilds isn't messing around and just working on a deal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    Surprising:

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...from-steelers/

    I wouldn't have signed so quickly if I was him. Now that he did sign, hopefully the Steelers get an extension ironed out, and quickly, to free up cap space.
    it shows he wanted to stay

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    it shows he wanted to stay
    He ain't playing.

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    I get the feeling that the long term deal, when unveiled, is going to put the Steelers in the same situation that they are in with Lamarr Woodley, by pushing money to the back end of the deal to create cap space now. This one could put them one step lower than cap Hell, I guess Purgatory comes to mind.

    I'm not sure this is what the Steelers expected to happen.

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    the cap is expected to increase significantly in the next two years.

    they didn't want a repeat of the keenan lewis situation, IMO

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