Steelers ILB Larry Foote is out for the season after tearing his bicep in Sunday's Week 1 loss to Tennessee.
Steelers re-signed ILB Larry Foote to a three-year, $5.5 million contract.
The Steelers have stepped up negotiations with free agent ILB Larry Foote in an effort to keep him away from Arizona.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora says the Cardinals are "strong favorites" to sign free agent ILB Larry Foote.
Free agent ILB Larry Foote says he's been talking "back and forth" with the Steelers.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says there's a "good chance" the Steelers re-sign free agent ILB Larry Foote to a one-year deal.
Impending free agent ILB Larry Foote said he wants to play for the Steelers or no one in 2013.
Steelers ILB Larry Foote, an impending free agent, told reporters after Sunday's Week 16 loss that he may consider retirement in the offseason.
Linebackers coach Keith Butler says there "won't be much drop-off" as Larry Foote replaces James Farrior on the inside.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin confirmed Tuesday ILB Larry Foote is expected to take the released James Farrior's place in the starting lineup.
NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora confirms the Steelers will likely release either ILB Larry Foote or ILB James Farrior.
Steelers ILB Larry Foote confirmed that he will not compete for a starting job in Pittsburgh.
Steelers signed LB Larry Foote, formerly of the Lions, to a three-year, $9.3 million contract. The deal includes a $1.8 million signing bonus.
Terry Foster of the Detroit News reports that free agent LB Larry Foote is expected to sign a three-year contract with the Steelers on Monday.