Originally Posted by GoFor7
Noting the date that article was posted was December 16th. That leaves one question - why would the Steelers break their long-standing tradition of not negotiating mid-season with a player that has had attitude issues?
I think that's mostly PR. Seems to me every other year there's a signing done mid-season in relatively quiet fashion, and then five minutes later the standard line reverts to "no negotiations during the season".