Training camp has given Ben Roethlisberger a chance to heal his strained relationship with fans and teammates, John Clayton writes.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed left tackle Max Starks to a $26.3 million, four-year contract, according to a source.
Even though he was surprised to be tagged as the Steelers franchise player, tackle Max Starks wasted little time accepting his fate.
Steelers offensive tackle Max Starks was named the franchise player of the team Thursday even though he isn't guaranteed a job as a starter.
Steelers tackle Max Starks cleared up any uncertainty about his feelings about playing for the Steelers in 2008 by signing his transition tender.
The Steelers have been trying to work a deal with right tackle Max Starks but instead of losing him in free agency, Pittsburgh has chosen to give him its transition tag.