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Steelers sign first-round pick Jarvis Jones

The Steelers have their first-round pick under contract. The club announced Monday that it had reached a deal with outside linebacker Jarvis Jones, the No. 17 pick in the 2013 draft. Jones recorded 28 sacks in two seasons for Georgia, including 14.5 in 2012. He will play outside linebacker in the Steelers’ 3-4 defense. Now,…

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Steelers Sign First-Round Pick Jarvis Jones

The Steelers have signed their first-round draft pick from the 2013 NFL Draft, linebacker Jarvis Jones. Financial terms of the four-year deal were not disclosed. “I think it’s a blessing. I wanted ......

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Steelers Sign First-Round Pick David DeCastro

(Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)Pittsburgh Steelers fans can breathe a sigh of relief. First-round pick David DeCastro will be in train...

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Not every first-round contract will be easy to negotiate

With an unprecedented number of draft picks signing contracts early, thanks to a CBA that makes it more formulaic than ever to work out the details of deals, it would be easy to assume that the momentum will continue until all of the deals are done, perhaps by Memorial Day. It would be easy, but…

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Top restricted free agents Webb, Wallace get first-round tenders

Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb and Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace are the top remaining unsigned players left on the restricted free agent market. Baltimore and Pittsburgh did their best to secure the rights to each player on Monday by extending Webb and Wallace first-round tenders. The value of the first-round tender is $ 2.742 million. “Predator”…

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Mike Wallace can be yours for a first-round pick

The Steelers made official what was widely expected today, declining to place the franchise tag on restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace. That means that any team can sign Wallace to an offer sheet, and if the cap-strapped Steelers don’t match the offer, Wallace will cost only one first-round draft pick. Acquiring a 25-year-old…

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