Jerricho Cotchery

Pittsburgh Steelers #89 -

  • Born: 06/16/82
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 203

Wheaton receives praise from Tomlin

It may be the last one he receives though. It's a receiver-rich draft, and the Steelers would be wise to bring in multiple players this year to compete for split end and slot playing time now and the future.

Mock Draft: Starting to replace receivers departed

The thinning of the Steelers receiving corps over the last two years needs to be addressed, writes NESN's Doug Kyed.

Colbert's proof will be in the pudding

Whether Ben Roethlisberger actually told him to draft a tall receiver isn't the point. What the Steelers do moving forward will tell us everything we need to know.

The Standard is The Standard: Free agency

Thumbs up for a few roster transactions this year, thumbs down for a few players who left. Neal Coolong and Lance Williams give a cursory overview of the Steelers' unprecedented action in free agency this year.

Twitter reactions to Steelers signing Lance Moore

There's a nostalgic sentiment coming out of New Orleans for the loss of a truly loved player. The Steelers aren't gaining Jerry Rice, but he could be an effective player.

Steelers sign Lance Moore to 2-year deal

The Steelers signed Moore to a two-year deal Friday, one day after Jerricho Cotchery moved on to Carolina.

Panthers sign Tiquan Underwood

According to a report from PFT, the Panthers have added another free agent wide receiver.

Steelers plan defined by letting Cotchery walk

Ben Roethlisberger is good enough of a quarterback to be able to re-distribute 10 touchdown passes, and the way this offense is now structured, adding the production of Cotchery as well as Emmanuel Sanders on the guys they have there is very do-able.

Understanding Cotchery's contract

It sounds big, but no... it's not.

Twitter reaction to Jerricho Cotchery leaving

Scanning over Twitter after it was announced the Steelers lost their second receiver this offseason, the reactions were consistent with blame, animosity and uncertainty behind the team's next move.

Steelers meet with DB Chris Owens

A move that somehow received less attention than the meeting with Maurice Jones-Drew, the Steelers look to add some depth in their secondary and special teams.

Free agency: Woodson signs; Cards add Cromartie

Plus, Jared Allen makes a second visit to title town, and the Oakland GM says he think he knows who his 2014 starter at QB is.

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