More than six months after five current and now-former NFL players were named in an Al-Jazeera America report linking them to performance-enhancing drug use, at least four will be interviewed by the league next month. According to a report by USA Today's Tom Pelissero, the NFL has notified the NFL Players' Association that it will conduct interviews with Green Bay Packers Clay Matthews III and Julius Peppers, and the Pittsburgh Steelers' James Harrison on the first day of their respective training camps.
Long time Pittsburgh Steelers' kicker Shaun Suisham was released early Friday morning with a failed physical designation. Adam Caplan reported the release was due to a setback in his recovery from a torn ACL he suffered against Minnesota during the 2015 preseason, trying to make a tackle. The setback was serious enough that Suisham decided to retire from the NFL, thus ending his 11-year career. The injury to the six-year Steelers veteran virtually assures Chris Boswell to resume his role as the starting kicker for Pittsburgh in 2016, but the question many Steelers fans might be asking is how this will effect the Steelers' perilous cap situation. Cap savings will not be substantial for 2016, but