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.
Steelers signed ILB Lawrence Timmons to a new six-year, $50 million contract.
The Steelers' defense came within 35 yards of setting the record for the fewest rushing yards allowed in a 16-game season (970) in NFL history.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin expects ILB Lawrence Timmons (hip) to be ready for Week 11.
Steelers ILB Lawrence Timmons suffered a hip pointer in Sunday night's loss to the Patriots.
Steelers ILB Lawrence Timmons left Sunday's game in the fourth quarter with a hip injury.
Beat writer Ed Bouchette confirms that starting ILB Lawrence Timmons remains the Steelers' top backup at outside linebacker.
According to beat write Ed Bouchette, "everyone is excited about the camp [ILB] Lawrence Timmons has had" this summer.
Steelers starting ILB Lawrence Timmons will continue to be the team's No. 3 outside linebacker this season.
Steelers ILB Lawrence Timmons is not expected to face competition for his starting job in 2010.