The Steelers finally found their long-term left tackle. On Tuesday, they made two annoucement, one is for signing Max Starks, and the other is for the retirement of veteran CB Fernando Bryant.
Stark's contract is for four years and will pay him $8.45 million this season. As the backup for Marvel Smith last season, he took Smith's position in Week 7 and started the final 11 games. He also started three postseason games.
As for Bryant, a 10-year veteran, he played the last two games for the Steelers last season and made a win in Super Bowl XLIII. In his total 112 career games, he started 109 of them.