The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports there's been "no progress" in long-term talks between the Steelers and transition-tagged OLB Jason Worilds.
According to the Post-Gazette, there have been no productive contract talks between transition tagged OLB Jason Worilds and the Steelers.
Steelers signed OLB Jason Worilds to a one-year, $9.754 million contract.
Steelers assigned the transition tag to OLB Jason Worilds.
ESPN's Scott Brown does not like the Steelers' chances of re-signing free agent OLB Jason Worilds if he reaches the open market.
ESPN's Adam Caplan stated on NFL Insiders that free agent OLB Jason Worilds could command $6-7 million on the open market.
Free agent OLB Jason Worilds told ESPN.com he's only interested in re-signing with the Steelers if he's guaranteed a starting job.
Steelers OLB Jason Worilds had eight tackles and two sacks in Sunday's Week 14 loss to the Dolphins.
Steelers OLB Jason Worilds has three sacks in the last four games and 10 QB pressures in the last two games.
Jason Worilds is listed as a co-starter at outside linebacker with rookie Jarvis Jones.
The Steelers are not expected to pursue an extension with contract-year OLB Jason Worilds.
Coach Mike Tomlin expressed confidence in Jason Worilds as his starting right outside linebacker.
A Pittsburgh Post-Gazette item hints that the Steelers were intent on drafting ILB Sean Lee with the 52nd pick in the 2010 draft, but coach Mike Tomlin stepped in to pound the table for Jason Worilds.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review says the Steelers aren't "100 percent sold on" Jason Worilds as James Harrison's heir at outside linebacker.