Walk-year ILB Lawrence Timmons said he wants to stay with the Steelers after this season.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports the Steelers and walk-year ILB Lawrence Timmons are "not close" to a new deal.
Steelers GM Kevin Colbert indicated ILB Lawrence Timmons will be back with the team this season.
The Beaver County Times' Chris Bradford expects the Steelers to "explore" a contract restructuring with ILB Lawrence Timmons.
Steelers ILB Lawrence Timmons hopes to land a contract extension this offseason.
Steelers restructured ILB Lawrence Timmons' contract.
Steelers ILB Lawrence Timmons (turf toe) expects to play in Week 1.
Coach Mike Tomlin confirmed the Steelers plan to "move around" ILB Lawrence Timmons as he switches from Mack to Buck linebacker.
Steelers ILB Lawrence Timmons broke his left hand during the Week 7 win over the Ravens.
NFL.com's Albert Breer reports the Steelers have cleared $5 million in cap space by restructuring ILB Lawrence Timmons' contract.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette calls ILB Lawrence Timmons the "unofficial MVP" of the Steelers' 2012 defense.
Steelers reportedly restructured the contract of ILB Lawrence Timmons, freeing up $5.14 million in salary cap space.
Lawrence Timmons will move back to inside linebacker next to James Farrior going forward.
Coach Mike Tomlin confirmed Wednesday that Lawrence Timmons will move from inside to outside linebacker while James Harrison (eye) is away.