Lawrence Timmons

Pittsburgh Steelers #94 -

  • Born: 05/14/86
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 234

Steelers future: Breaking down ILB contracts

Williams and Garvin give the team cap optimism in the future. Lawrence Timmons is a bit of a different story.

UPDATED: MJD signs with Raiders

MJD visited with the Steelers earlier in free agency, but no deal ever materialized, and it's likely both he and the Steelers viewed any contract as a back-up plan in case he didn't get an offer he liked.

Steelers pursuit of Moats smart if not a year late

Moats wasn't on the market last season, but if he was, or a player like him was, the Steelers could have avoided what happened by forcing a rookie into the lineup well ahead of when he should have been playing.

Steelers top brass at FSU Pro Day Tuesday

They aren't all there just for Kelvin Benjamin, but he's certainly worth a look. The only question is who's back in Pittsburgh hanging out with Lance Moore?

Film Room: Evolution of the zone defense (Part 2)

A continuation of our look at playing press coverage within a zone defense, and illustrating how the Steelers could improve with younger legs at the free safety position.

Steelers $8 million under the salary cap

With just an extension for Jason Worilds remaining on the Steelers' obvious moves for their 2014 offseason, the Steelers could end up with as much as $12 million in cap space, with another $8 million coming in June for the release of LaMarr Woodley.

2014 NFL Draft: Ryan Shazier runs unofficial 4.36

Even erring on the side of an extra 10th of a second would give Shazier some serious speed. Watching him on film, you can see it. If the Steelers believe it, they may consider him at No. 15 overall in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Spence 'significantly ahead' of expectations

Post-Gazette reporter Gerry Dulac tweeted Friday linebacker Sean Spence appears to be on the road to recovery, and adds some fuel to speculation that Larry Foote was released because Spence will be able to compete for a starting position in 2014.

Young draft class carries risk

The key for Kevin Colbert and his team of scouts must focus on a player's skill but their level of maturity as adults as well. With a draft pool teeming with underclassmen, their ability to develop mentally may be their best asset.

GM Colbert must use all weapons available

Colbert is an experienced and skilled general manager. Of all the weapons he must use to successfully navigate a critical offseason, none will be more important than his discretion and instinct.

Timmons and Woodley heading in opposite directions

Both Lawrence Timmons (first round, 2007) and LaMarr Woodley (second round, 2007) got big contract extensions. One went one way, the other went the other.

Steelers to select 15th overall in 2014 Draft

There are areas to address, and the Steelers will utilize the draft, as well as free agency and their own internal roster development to help fill those needs.

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