On the same day that the Steelers signed receiver Randle El and safety Will Allen, they’ve brought back two guys who by all appearances would never again wear the black helmet with the logo on only one side.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that receiver Antwaan Randle El has agreed to a three-year contract with the Steelers; Aaron Wilson has posted on Twitter than Ryan Clark has agreed to terms with the Steelers after the door on his career there presumably had been closed.
Clark told Josina Anderson of FOX 31 in Denver that it’s a four-year deal. “My plan was to retire a Steeler,” he said. “It took a little longer than I wanted to get this deal done.”
The developments are bad news for receiver Limas Sweed and free-agent safety Tyrone Carter. Sweed undoubtedly will be dumped; Carter undoubtedly won’t be re-signed.
Clark recently visited Miami, and he was with the Dolphins earlier today, negotiating possible terms.