The Steelers second-round pick takes a shot at the CFL.
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Former Steelers wide receiver Limas Sweed signed a practice team contract with the Sasketchewan Roughriders of the CFL Thursday.
Short of possibly getting another look somewhere in training camp, Sweed's chances of playing in the NFL in 2012 or beyond are circling the drain.
Limas Sweed, a former Steelers' second-round draft pick, was seen working out for Cincinnati's coaching staff this weekend.
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Rumors that the Atlanta Falcons might be interested in Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Limas Sweed have been shot down. The Falcoholic warns readers not to completely dismiss the possibility of changes at the position in Atlanta.
With the forthcoming departure of Nate Washington, Sweed will be asked to fill a much larger role next year. This shouldn't come as a surprise to Steelers fans, they've been throwing their younger receivers into the fire often in recent years.