2013 DRAFT GUIDE
 #43 Troy Polamalu
 Pos: Defensive Back
NFL Team: PIT
Injury: Probable
Injury Type: not injury related
 Experience: 12
College: USC
Height: 70
Weight: 207
Born: 4/19/1981
 Year  Tm  Gm  Tackles  Assists  Sacks  Pass Def  Fum Rec  Ints  TDs 
2011PIT1664271.014121
2010PIT1449151.011171
2009PIT51820.07030
2008PIT1654190.017070
2007PIT1145130.09100

Summary

To some, it seemed the Steelers had a bit of a down year defensively last season. But that wasn't really the case. They ranked first overall, allowing the fewest yards in all of football. The Steelers did allow 19.6 points per game, which was up a little but still solid. The pass defense ranked first overall while the rush defense was second, proving to be very good against both styles of offense. Expect more of the same this year with this talented unit that is getting younger with players like Jason Worilds, Jarvis Jones and Ziggy Hood ready to emerge and take their games to a new level. The sack potential for the Steelers should go up with Worilds and Jones in the mix for a lot more playing time. The secondary remains strong with Ike Taylor leading the way. He is a shutdown corner that can help control a passing game. Troy Polamalu has a hard time staying healthy but can still play at a high level when he is on the field, making a difference in both the passing and rushing game. The special teams are alright with Emmanuel Sanders and Antonio Brown likely handling the return duties. Both are capable of some big plays. Fantasy Outlook: Their fantasy numbers weren't very good last year, mainly because they rarely found the end zone. But don't get too down on Pittsburgh. They are still very capable of producing big for fantasy teams. The sack totals should be improved and we would expect a few more scores. And you can't forget the Steelers will do well in limited points and yards. This is a top-five fantasy unit that should be one of the first off the board come draft day.

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Notes

Pittsburgh Steelers SS Troy Polamalu has a salary cap number of $6,387,500 in 2014, $8.25 million in 2015 and $8 million in 2016. He has base salaries of $6 million in 2015 and $5.75 million in 2016.
Source: KFFL.com
Updating a previous report, the Pittsburgh Steelers signed SS Troy Polamalu to a new three-year deal worth $20 million. The new contract will save the team $4.5 million in salary cap space for 2014.
Source: KFFL.com
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed SS Troy Polamalu to a two-year contract extension. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Source: KFFL.com
The Pittsburgh Steelers have been working on a contract extension with SS Troy Polamalu in order to lower his 2014 salary cap figure.
Source: KFFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers owner Art Rooney II has made it his goal to ensure SS Troy Polamalu retires as a member of the Steelers.
Source: KFFL.com
The Pittsburgh Steelers are projected to be more than $10 million over the cap, and cutting OT Levi J. Brown would free up $6 million immediately. If they choose to cut CB Ike Taylor, that would open up another $7 million in cap space, while cutting SS Troy Polamalu would free up $8.25 million.
Source: KFFL.com
The Pittsburgh Steelers could consider signing SS Troy Polamalu to a contract extension in order to reduce his salary cap figure for 2014. He is scheduled to have a 2014 salary cap figure of just under $10.9 million.
Source: KFFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers owner Art Rooney said he wants SS Troy Polamalu 'to retire a Steeler.' Polamalu will make $8.5 million in 2014 in the final year of his deal, and he'll count $10,887,500 against the salary cap. 'How we structure or restructure (Polamalu's contract) is something we will look at in the next few months,' Rooney said. 'There are a lot of pieces to the puzzle, but I certainly expect Troy will be one of the pieces to that puzzle. ... He's obviously been one of the great Steelers of all time.'
Source: KFFL.com
The Pittsburgh Steelers could release SS Troy Polamalu and CB Ike Taylor, or ask one or both to take salary cuts. Releasing Polamalu would save the team $8.25 million, and Taylor would save $7 million.
Source: KFFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown and SS Troy Polamalu were selected to the Pro Bowl roster announced Friday, Dec. 27.
Source: KFFL.com

Def / STs

  #1  Seattle SeahawksSEA12
  #2  San Francisco 49ersSFO9
  #3  Carolina PanthersCAR4
  #4  Kansas City ChiefsKAN10
  #5  Denver BroncosDEN9
  #6  St. Louis RamsSTL11
  #7  New England PatriotsNWE10
  #8  Cincinnati BengalsCIN12
  #9  Chicago BearsCHI8
  #10  Buffalo BillsBUF12
  #11  Arizona CardinalsARI9
  #12  Dallas CowboysDAL11
  #13  New York JetsNYJ10
  #14  Baltimore RavensBAL8
  #15  Washington RedskinsWAS5
  #16  Philadelphia EaglesPHI12
  #17  Cleveland BrownsCLE10
  #18  Houston TexansHOU8
  #19  New York GiantsNYG9
  #20  Green Bay PackersGNB4
  #21  Tampa Bay BuccaneersTAM5
  #22  Detroit LionsDET9
  #23  New Orleans SaintsNOR7
  #24  Pittsburgh SteelersPIT5
  #25  Tennessee TitansTEN8
  #26  Minnesota VikingsMIN5
  #27  Oakland RaidersOAK7
  #28  Atlanta FalconsATL6
  #29  Indianapolis ColtsIND8
  #30  Miami DolphinsMIA6
  #31  San Diego ChargersSDG8
  #32  Jacksonville JaguarsJAC9

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