Steelers agree to terms with 2nd round draft pick Mike Adams
Omar Khan just keeps reeling them in, and Mike Tomlin is the beneficiary of the continued contract agreements being spearheaded by the Steelers lead negotiator. According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 2nd round draft pick T Mike Adams, 56th overall, out of OSU agreed to terms on his 4 yr. contract with the team today.
That makes 4 total draft picks out of the 9 taken last month that have either signed or agreed to terms on their deal to date. Adams joins RB Chris Rainey, NT Alameda Ta’amu, and WR Toney Clemons as those that have their deals completed.
It’s a great thing, seeing these NFL players get their contracts out of the way so early. No more waiting around throughout the summer, hoping the team can get all the players into camp on time. The new CBA rookie salary cap and the Steelers previous set allotment of $ 5.13 million in cap space for 2012 help speed things along. Basically it’s likely a take or leave it proposal at this point for most ...
Source: Yardbarker: Pittsburgh Steelers