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Gregg Rosenthal

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is calling it the March Massacre.
Well, one prediction from our newly updated franchise tag primer should prove correct.
Way back on February 16th, before the Steelers released half their roster, PFT previewed franchise tag season.
General Managers only have so many people above them in the NFL hierarchy.
Former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams didn’t start his bounty system in New Orleans.
A lot of information has already come out regarding BountyGate and the Saints.
Mike Nugent was not the missing piece that the Jets needed to get over the hump during the Herm Edwards era in New York.
49ers safety Dashon Goldson didn’t get the long-term contract he wanted last offseason, so he returned to the 49ers on an inexpensive one-year deal.
We probably could have told you back in December that the Ravens would use the franchise tag on Ray Rice.
It’s turning into tag day in the NFL.
Released by the Steelers after 13 seasons, defensive end Aaron Smith sounds more likely to retire than find another team that will pay him.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported on Friday morning that the Steelers had cut roughly $37.4 million off their salary cap figure with all their restructuring and releases over the last few weeks.
Back when we wrote our “Franchise Tag Primer” a few weeks ago, we called cornerback Brent Grimes a “no brainer” to get the tag.
Getting from awful to pretty good is not an easy road, as Lions fans know well. 2011 was the team’s first “pretty good” season in more than a decade.
DeSean Jackson was criticized at times for his effort and attitude during last season.
Rams COO Kevin Demoff told’s Peter King that a team “you would never expect” has contacted St.
The purge in Pittsburgh continues.
Another day, another longtime Steelers veteran thrown off board.
The Bears made the release of defensive lineman Anthony Adams official on Thursday.
The unremarkable transaction came across the NFL wire on March 27, 2009: Packers signed center/guard Duke Preston.
Ben Roethlisberger remember stepping into the huddle in his first year as a starting NFL quarterback.
Another solid defensive player is going to be taken off the free agent market before he even gets there.
We passed along a report two weeks ago that Kamerion Wimbley would not be interested in taking a pay cut to stay with the Raiders.