Warren will miss the rest of the season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament.|||||||
Warren also had a torn ACL last season so he has definitely had bad luck in his career.
Warren will miss the rest of the season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament on the final play of Sunday's game against Green Bay.|||||||
Warren, a fifth-year pro, tore a knee ligament midway through last season as well.
Warren tore a knee ligament against the Giants on Sunday, and has been placed on injured reserve.|||||||
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin denied Tuesday the team didn't have an emergency snapper ready after Greg Warren tore a knee ligament, saying two linebackers - Harrison and James Farrior - practiced the specialist's role. Harrison's snap sailed over punter Mitch Berger's head for a game-tying safety in the fourth quarter. The Steelers have worked out four long snappers.
Warren, a restricted free agent, signed a $2.3 million, three-year contract with the Steelers that includes a $395,000 signing bonus.|||||||
Warren, Pittsburgh's long snapper since winning the job as an undrafted rookie in 2005, was given a tender offer of $927,000 before he worked out the multiyear contract.
The Steelers have made a one-year offer to restricted free agent Warren, reportedly for just over $900,000. With the offer, the Steelers reserve the right to retain Warren by matching any offers from other teams during the free-agent signing period, which starts Friday.|||||||
Warren has handled all the long-snapping duties for the Steelers since he was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2005. He has played in 48 regular-season games in his three seasons with Pittsburgh.