Re: Will Troy retire a Steeler?
I feel as long as he plays at a strong level and doesnt miss more than 4 games per year, he will stay in Pittsburgh. Right now the team is completely different when hes not there (just look at 2 seasons ago). He is far too valuable right now, but I suppose if he were to drop in production, or someone better came along (yeah right) they may release him. I learned long ago to not question Steelers personnel decisions.
The last time I questioned a personnel decision was when Porter got cut, and of course James Harrisson replaced him. Colbert and the coaches are a lot smarter than me, and the Steelers are consistently great.