The Pittsburgh Steelers' recent free agent visitors have revealed an apparent concern with the safety position. SCI's Dale Lolley digs deeper.
The first in a series: An early look at the Steelers upcoming free agents and whether they should keep Tyrone Carter or kick him to the curb.
January 30, 2007
Barring the addition of Sir Walter Rasby, or any such veteran of his ilk, the Steelers are set. So let's look at each unit in the form of review and preview. There's been a flurry of activity and this will be a good way to catch up.
September 2, 2006
Safety Tyrone Carter has been a starter in the NFL for the Minnesota Vikings and New York Jets.
And right now, he's the starting free safety for the defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers.
We spoke with Carter this week about his current position with the team, the legal problems his brother faced after the Super Bowl and a number of other topics:
The Steelers made a move add some much-needed depth to their secondary, re-signing free agent safety Tyrone Carter to a two-year, $1.1 million contract Tuesday.
The 2004 Pittsburgh Steelers intrigued us, made us smile and surprised even their harshest critics.
Ultimately, however, they disappointed.
February 13, 2005