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The Pittsburgh Steelers have a lot of issues to deal with this offseason. One of them is the pending decision surrounding Ben Roethlisberger Jersey and his $41 million salary cap hit, and another would be the questions surrounding the salary cap for the upcoming season.

While we don’t know the actual number for the 2021 salary cap, it is never too early to think about who the Steelers should, or could, keep in free agency.

Some fans might suggest doing this is frivolous considering the Steelers’ salary cap position heading into the 2021 league year, but I would suggest taking a realistic approach to this exercise can prove to be valuable.

I’ve broken down the Unrestricted Free Agents (UFA) into offense and defense. I have placed all Restricted Free Agents (RFA) and Exclusive Rights Free Agents (ERFA) into their own category, considering they will all likely be returning with the organization having the right to first refusal on those players.

Take a look at the lists below, and let us know who should stay, or let walk, in the comment section below!

Alejandro Villanueva Jersey — LT — UFA
Matt Feiler Jersey — RT — UFA
Zach Banner Jersey — RT — UFA
JuJu Smith-Schuster Jersey — WR — UFA
Danny Isidora — RG — UFA
James Conner Jersey — RB — UFA
Jerald Hawkins Jersey — RT — UFA
Joshua Dobbs Jersey — QB — UFA

Bud Dupree Jersey— EDGE — UFA
Avery Williamson Jersey — LB — UFA
Mike Hilton Jersey — CB — UFA
Tyson Alualu Jersey — IDL — UFA
Jayrone Elliott Jersey — EDGE — UFA
Cassius Marsh — EDGE — UFA
Jordan Berry Jersey — P — UFA
Chris Wormley Jersey — IDL — UFA
Sean Davis Jersey — S — UFA
Jordan Dangerfield Jersey — S — UFA
Cameron Sutton Jersey — CB — UFA

Jordan Berry — P — UFA

Ray-Ray McCloud Jersey — WR — RFA
Marcus Allen Jersey — S — ERFA
Olasunkanmi Adeniyi Jersey — EDGE — RFA
J.C. Hassenauer Jersey — C ERFA
Robert Spillane Jersey — LB — ERFA

Okay, time to play the game! Who are your priority signings, and who should the team let test the free agent waters? Try to be realistic throughout this exercise. For instance, the odds of the Steelers keeping Dupree, Hilton and Sutton are small.

Be sure to stay tuned to BTSC for the latest news and notes surrounding the black and gold as they prepare for the new league year, NFL Free Agency and the 2021 NFL Draft.

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One of the biggest questions surrounding the Pittsburgh Steelers defensive line entering the 2020 season was how well Stephon Tuitt would rebound from a torn pectoral muscle.

The injury limited Tuitt to nine games in 2019 and, with three years left on his contract, he needed to prove he was worth his $9 million base salary.

Tuitt erased any doubts about his health and his paycheck by getting at least a half sack in four of the first five games. He made a career-high 15 starts, missing one game because of covid-19, and established a career benchmark with 11 sacks, which ranked second on the team.

Tuitt’s success also was partially because of the extra attention Cameron Heyward received at defensive tackle. Heyward, who had 29 sacks combined over the previous three seasons, had his total drop to four, his fewest in a full season as a starter. But Heyward’s continual presence in the pocket contributed to the Steelers leading the NFL with 56 sacks.

The bookends of the Steelers defensive line are under contract for at least two more years — Heyward has four years to go on his deal — which will provide the organization time to fill in the pieces elsewhere.

When nose tackle Javon Hargrave Jersey took the free agent riches offered by the Philadelphia Eagles, Tyson Alualu moved into a starting role for his first time in four years with the Steelers. In his 11th NFL season, Alualu brought a steady presence to the Steelers while moving from defensive end, and he had two sacks and a career-high five pass breakups.

The Steelers, though, find themselves in a similar position at nose tackle as last offseason. Alualu will be an unrestricted free agent in March, and he will turn 34 before the season begins. Alualu showed he still is a productive player in a limited role in the base defense, and the Steelers could try to coax him back with another two-year contract, which would be his third with the team.

If Alualu doesn’t return, the Steelers can try to plug in Carlos Davis, who appeared in seven games but played just 54 defensive snaps as a rookie. Davis earned a roster spot late in the season over another former seventh-rounder, Isaiah Buggs Jersey, who was inactive for three of the final four games of the regular season and for the wild-card playoff game against the Cleveland Browns.

The defensive line depth also includes Henry Mondeaux, an undrafted free agent who made his NFL debut against Tennessee and played in the final 11 games of the year. Although he was used sparingly on defense, Mondeaux was a regular contributor on special teams after his promotion from the practice squad.

The Steelers also signed defensive linemen Calvin Taylor and Demarcus Christmas to futures contracts after the season ended. Taylor (14 weeks) and Christmas (nine) were members of the practice squad last season.

Chris Wormley, who had one sack in 13 games, is the team’s other unrestricted free agent on the defensive line.

Offseason outlook: Defensive line


Cameron Heyward Jersey, 4 years left on contract, $14.55 million cap hit for 2021

Stephon Tuitt Jersey, 2 years left on contract, $14, 940,750 cap hit for 2021

Carlos Davis Jersey, 3 years left on contract, $803,376 cap hit or 2021

Isaiah Buggs, 2 years left on contract, $892,158 cap hit for 2021

Henry Mondeaux Jersey, 1 year left on contract, $780,000 cap hit for 2021

Others under contract

Demarcus Christmas, 1 year left on contract, $780,000 cap hit for 2021

Calvin Taylor Jersey, 1 year left on contract, $660,000 cap hit for 2021

Free agents

Tyson Alualu Jersey, unrestricted, $3.625 million cap hit for 2020

Chris Wormley Jersey, unrestricted, $2.133 million cap hit for 2020

Tomorrow: Inside linebackers

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Come into the world together, get on with your life’s work together. That’s what the Pouncey twins were able to do, after making millions and millions of dollars doing what they loved and rising to the top of their profession as individuals—even if neither ultimately claimed the title that they sought.

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Identical twins, Maurkice and Mike Pouncey have done quite a lot together, but one thing they never got the opportunity to do was to play on the same team in the NFL. They did line up a time or two during Pro Bowl appearances, but that was the extent of their professional interactions outside of when their two teams would play one another.

On Friday, the duo announced together that they would be retiring. Both former first-round picks—Maurkice in 2010 for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Mike for the Miami Dolphins in 2011—each of them would rise to the ranks of the best at their respective position, making numerous Pro Bowls, while continually pushing and fueling each other.

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During the season, it came from distance. In the offseason, it was always together. Heading into 2021, that was no longer possibly, with Mike’s injuries that he sustained having already made it highly probable that he would be calling it a career. And for Maurkice’s former teammate, Ramon Foster Jersey, he believes that played a huge role in his decision to retire.

“With Maurkice, if you could read the writing on the wall, his brother Mike had just pretty much had two season-ending surgeries, and the fact that he’s a twin—I think one of the reasons that he and I really linked up a whole lot was because, one, he was really familiar with having somebody next to him, and we became—not as tight as his brother—but we were really, really tight”, he said on the Poni and Muellere Show.

“You knew that, going into the offseason, every time they’re working out, they’re working out together. And if he lost Mike, as far as his workouts, then you felt like he was gonna bow out too”, Foster went on. “Because a guy like myself, who trained solo for a while, I’m telling you, that is a hard mental battle to get up every single day to go work out, to be better, and then still not having a gauge of where you are. At least for Maurkice with his brother, okay, he had a gauge, like, okay, if Mike is here, then I’m here, which means we’re good.”

Football is family…but family is family. And you don’t get closer than identical twins. The Steelers are more than familiar with the family concept—they already have a pair of brothers on the roster in Terrell and Trey Edmunds Jersey and T.J. and Derek Watt Jersey, who also train as families as the Pounceys do—so surely they can understand.