Polamalu, Miller inked through 2016
The Pittsburgh Steelers' salary-cap situation did not cost a couple of veteran players their roster spots. It actually led to contract extensions for each.
Pro Bowl safety Troy Polamalu and tight end Heath Miller signed three-year contracts Wednesday, securing their foreseeable futures in Pittsburgh while also helping the Steelers shed salary in regard to the 2014 cap.
The Polamalu deal is for $20 million total and saves Pittsburgh $4.5 million against the cap this year, a league ...
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