Steelers cut Davenport after failing to trade running back
PITTSBURGH -- Running back Najeh Davenport was released by the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday after the team couldn't work out a trade for Willie Parker's former backup.
Also released were safety Mike Lorello, long snapper Jared Retkofsky and offensive lineman Doug Legursky.
Davenport rushed for a career-high 499 yards and averaged 4.7 yards per carry last season, but was ineffective as a starter in the Steelers' final two games after Parker broke a leg Dec. 20.
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