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Money Matters: Digging Out

SCI capologist Ian Whetstone devises financial plan to allow Steelers to keep Harrison and Colon without extending Roethlisberger. But there would be one surprise cut.

I've said before, good football teams get expensive. A reduced salary cap from the newest collective bargaining agreement, negligible cap growth in the years since, and a decade of consistent contention have the Pittsburgh Steelers facing a $13.9 million overage against a projected $121 million cap for the 2013 season. That's just considering players already under contract. Add tenders for...

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