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Share TweetJames Harrison, who had knee surgery last year and two back surgeries the year before, turns 35 in May. The Steelers are in salary-cap hell, and one of the biggest decisions they'll make this offseason is whether to keep the former NFL defensive player …Source: deadspin.comShare TweetThe Ravens eventually must decide whether to apply the non-exclusive franchise tag (at $14.6 million for 2013) or the exclusive franchise tag (at, under current calculations, more than $20 million for 2013) to quarterback Joe Flacco, unless the two side…
Steelers want to be sustainable, but numbers make it toughUpdated Feb 14 Share TweetThe Steelers went through a dramatic purge last year, having the get rid of older starters just to comply with the salary cap. Things are going to be tight again this year, which has already raised the specter of more cuts, but general manager Kevin Col…
PFT Live 02/14: Tony Grossi, Cardinals & Bills To Do ListUpdated Feb 14 Share TweetMike Florio talks with Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland about Owner Jimmy Haslam’s decision to return to his former job as CEO of Pilot Flying J. Though Haslam assures that nothing will change, Browns fans aren’t taking his absentee ownership role well.Share TweetBrowns owner Jimmy Haslam raised a bit of a flap in Cleveland recently and we’ll have Tony Grossi of ESPNCleveland.com on PFT Live Thursday to talk about it. Haslam announced that he’d be going back to his role as CEO of Pilot Flying J, the family busShare TweetLast week, there was a report that the Ravens were interested in bringing tackle Bryant McKinnie back for another season. The feeling appears to be mutual. McKinnie’s agent Michael George told Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun that McKinnie, who steppedShare TweetGive new Browns owner Jimmy Haslam credit for one thing, he recognizes quickly when he’s stepped in it. He created the impression he was going to be another absentee owner when he reclaimed his old role as CEO of Pilot Flying J, the family truck stop bu