Antonio Brown is the highest-paid wide receiver in the NFL after agreeing to a new deal with the Steelers, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
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The Steelers' defensive backfield rebuild is nearly complete, but they could use one more piece at a position that can't have enough depth.
Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer
The Steelers knew they weren't going to sign Le'Veon Bell to a long-term deal before March 1, so the exclusive franchise tag gives them the offseason to hash out a long-team deal with the dynamic tailback or play him as a one-year rental at $12.4 million. The Steelers are on record as wanting Bell in Pittsburgh long term.
Running back Le'Veon Bell has received the franchise tag from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
A closer look at the positions the Steelers -- who have opted for need on defense in recent drafts -- could target at the NFL combine in Indianapolis.
Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger is doing exactly what he said he'd do after the season: He's decompressing and contemplating his future.
Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer
The Steelers received one of 11 third-round compensatory picks in the 2017 NFL draft, the league announced Friday. Pittsburgh earned the late-third-round pick - the highest possible based on the compensatory formula -- due to free agents lost from the previous year.
Le'Veon Bell will likely be the best-paid runner if he gets a long-term deal.
As the NBA trade deadline passes, we look back at the best trades in NFL history. Which is the best of all time?
How much does a franchise tag cost? What are the types of tags? Can a tag be rescinded? Kevin Seifert clears up the confusion for the 2017 offseason.
The Steelers appear ready and willing to keep Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown around with Ben Roethlisberger, with other tough decisions looming.
James Harrison prefers a two-year contract in free agency, according to agent Bill Parise, indicating the 38-year-old has considered playing to age 40.
Steelers assistant coach Joey Porter pleaded guilty to a disorderly conduct citation after more serious charges were dropped and was fined $300.
Savage: Franchise tag predictions
This afternoon on NFL Insiders, ESPN Front Office Insider Phil Savage named five players almost assured to get a franchise tag before the March 1 deadline. All but one of the five would be getting the tag for the first time.
Snagging Pierre Garcon would upgrade Pittsburgh's "bookend" receiver option opposite Antonio Brown.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, who coached Ben Roethlisberger as the Steelers' offensive coordinator from 2007-11, thinks the QB will be back.
A leaner Ben Roethlisberger doesn't look to be slowing in his mid-30s. And with a strong O-line and impact WRs, he likely has several big years left.
The Steelers are working on a new contract to keep Antonio Brown in Pittsburgh for the rest of his career.
Cleveland has plenty of cap space to sign a QB, while Pittsburgh should be able to retain Le'Veon Bell. Here are five offseason moves that would immediately improve every AFC North team.
Kiper projects the Steelers to add a pass-rusher for the second consecutive year with their first-round pick.
Adrian Peterson's $14 million per year is the best for NFL RBs, but what happens if the Vikings release him, and how does that affect Le'Veon Bell?
Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer
The Pittsburgh Steelers have chosen Lelands as their official auction house to sell their game used memorabilia. Team saved some awesome items like this Franco Harris jersey from 1977.