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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

Former Browns defensive lineman Phil Taylor is visiting the Steelers, according to ESPN's Field Yates. With Taylor, it's all about his health. He's had a long road back from a severe knee injury. The former first rounder can still play - if healthy.

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14hJosh Weinfuss

Foote hangs up cleats, will remain Cards coach

Larry Foote has officially decided to trade in his cleats for a headset. He told ESPN he's decided to coach the Cardinals' inside linebackers this season instead of playing for a 14th season.

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Whose stock is going down in fantasy football? (1:18)
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Can Heyward-Bey step up in Pittsburgh?

With rookie Sammie Coates coming along slowly, it appears Darrius Heyward-Bey will be the Steelers' No. 3 receiver while Martavis Bryant is out. Can the former first-round bust make an impact? Wednesday NFL storylines

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

Steelers WR Antonio Brown on the franchise moving $2 million of 2016 money up a year: "They could have told me to stick to the original deal. They showed tremendous faith and gratitude."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

Steelers wideout Martavis Bryant plans to meet with coach Mike Tomlin on Friday to discuss how he avoids future pitfalls. "I own up to my mistake," said Bryant about his suspension. "I want to move past it and get better."

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Steelers make Antonio Brown $2 million happier (0:50)

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

Big week for Steelers WR Sammie Coates, who looks to crack the lineup for next Thursday's game at New England.

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Steelers players' contracts restructured (0:44)
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Tomlin: Steelers to help Bryant

Coach Mike Tomlin said that Martavis Bryant, who faces a four-game suspension after multiple failed drug tests over marijuana use, is dealing with issues that are "bigger than football." 'We stand behind him'

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Tomlin: Bryant has issues 'bigger than football'

Martavis Bryant, who faces a suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy after multiple failed drug tests for marijuana use, faces issues that go beyond football, Mike Tomlin said.

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2dAdam Schefter

Sources: Steelers restructure Brown, 2 others

The Steelers have created nearly $6 million of cap room for this season after restructuring the contracts of Antonio Brown, Heath Miller and Shaun Suisham, sources told Adam Schefter.

Steelers restructure 3 contracts

The Steelers have restructured the contracts of WR Antonio Brown, TE Heath Miller and K Shaun Suisham, creating nearly $6 million of cap room for this year, league sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter. The team plans to use the majority of the extra cap room to offset the large number of injured players that have been counting against the Steelers' salary cap.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said the franchise drafted Sammie Coates in the third because they knew of the "possibility" Martavis Bryant could be suspended.

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Watt headlines #NFLRANK: Top 100 players (3:59)
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Big Ben foresees larger role for Heyward-Bey

Ben Roethlisberger is riding with Darrius Heyward-Bey as a solution to offset the loss of suspended wide receiver Martavis Bryant, even if that means a lesser role for rookie Sammie Coates.

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Former Steeler thinks Pittsburgh will miss playoffs (2:39)
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Best of M&M: RGIII, Saturday, Ripken

Greeny and Golic feel that it is time for the Redskins to let Robert Griffin III go. Plus, AFC North over/under and the guys are joined by Sal Paolantonio, Jeff Saturday and Cal Ripken Jr..

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

Will Steelers rookie Sammie Coates' role in the passing game increase with Martavis Bryant suspended? Not so fast. When asked about that role, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said, "I think you'll see a bigger role for Darrius Heyward-Bey."

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Saturday: RG III won't rediscover success

ESPN NFL analyst Jeff Saturday declares that as the head coach in Washington, Jay Gruden should be allowed to make his own decisions on personnel. Plus, Saturday weighs in on the impact of Maurkice Pouncey's injury.

Steelers can't ease into the season

Pittsburgh's season starts off on a very unforgiving note. With games against the defending Super Bowl champs, an AFC North rival and one of the best defensive fronts in football, the Steelers will be tested early.

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