Ramon Foster posts that he’ll return to Steelers

AP

Not long after reports began to surface that a deal was close, Steelers offensive lineman Ramon Foster took to social media Wednesday morning and posted that he’ll be back with the Steelers.

“Let’s make more memories,” Foster wrote on his Instagram page alongside a collage of Steelers-related photos.

Foster, 30, played every snap last season at left guard. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette had reported Tuesday night that the sides were “closing in” on a deal.

The Steelers generally use the start of free agency primarily to sign their own, and on Tuesday they also did a new deal for cornerback William Gay. Offensive tackle Kelvin Beachum is the most notable Steelers player eligible to test the market if he doesn’t get a new deal by 4 p.m. Wednesday.

18 responses to “Ramon Foster posts that he’ll return to Steelers

  1. “Let’s make more memories” What memories would those be? Losing a Superbowl? Getting Tebowed out of the post season? No coincidence that this guy’s first regular season game was a loss to the Ravens. LOL.

  2. The offseason for that team that wears the black and gold just keeps rolling along. It’s a pity that team the wears the purple and black are in such disarray. Losing players left and right, overpaying players, offseason arrests, and more suspensions for PED’s. That team is sinking fast and nothing will stop it.

  3. TebowedOutOfThePostSeasonAndNeverToReturn says:
    Mar 9, 2016 9:07 AM
    “Let’s make more memories” What memories would those be?

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    Memories of Joe Linta laughing all the way to the bank after he ripped off the Ozzman following the Ravens fluke SB run.

  4. Another solid signing with the best in the business. While Foster is enjoying playoff runs and a sb win, Flacco will be sitting at home in the playoffs wondering why his team has no line and no receivers.lol.

  5. Great choice Ramon,getting ready for the sweep of that pathetic franchise who has zero winning seasons and zero playoff appearances since being bradyed out of the playoffs.please Ramon send Harbaugh a diagram of what a formation is as he has no clue.

  6. It’s funny how Raven trolls dwell in the past but leave out a record six Td by Ben against the criminals. I enjoyed the Ravens recent past 4-12 season where they were swept by the Bungals.

    I just love how Ozzie is losing his young stars and putting wore out rubber on his wheels. Enjoy Raven fans

  7. Would be great to have Foster back and keep that OL together.
    With Pouncey out, he was the lead dog on the OL last year , and
    wound up having his best year. I hope this is finalized soon.

  8. Great to have him back! While Foster is a pretty good football player, his teammates heap praise on him for being an even better man. I hope he finishes his career in Pittsburgh.

    Go Steelers!

  9. Great signing. Foster was a key player on our offense last year and has improved each season he’s played. He was certainly a priority for the front office. This offseason is shaping up nicely.

  10. The Steeler offense averaged 16 points a game in their last 3 playoff games. That number drops down to 14 without the last second game winning field goal GIFTED to them by the Bengals and the last second field goal in a loss to the Broncos … I guess for style points.

    I know, I know, I am cherry picking Small Ben in Big Games last 3 playoff games instead of going back over 10 years ago when he had 2 decent playoff games.

  11. citizenstrange says:
    Mar 9, 2016 10:38 AM
    The Steeler offense averaged 16 points a game in their last 3 playoff games. That number drops down to 14 without the last second game winning field goal GIFTED to them by the Bengals and the last second field goal in a loss to the Broncos … I guess for style points.

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    How is this relevant at all to them signing Ramon Foster.

    Also, two of those three games you mention were against teams with solid defenses (Bengals and Broncos). I know Ben’s been knocked before some of his playoff performances, but not sure who’s expecting huge numbers against teams with stout defenses. Half of the offense was injured during the Broncos game.

  12. mmmpierogi says:
    Mar 9, 2016 10:53 AM
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    How is this relevant at all to them signing Ramon Foster.

    Also, two of those three games you mention were against teams with solid defenses (Bengals and Broncos). I know Ben’s been knocked before some of his playoff performances, but not sure who’s expecting huge numbers against teams with stout defenses. Half of the offense was injured during the Broncos game.

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    Excuses are like fingers and toes. Everybody’s got 10 or 20 of them.

  13. Excuses…….much like the people who follow that team that wears the purple and black.

  14. citizenstrange says:
    Mar 9, 2016 11:34 AM

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    Excuses are like fingers and toes. Everybody’s got 10 or 20 of them.

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    Sure, there were a number of things that contributed to how they did. But given the injuries (missing Pro-Bowl caliber RB, WR, Center, back-up RB that played his ass off all year, etc.) and given the quality of the defenses in question, not seeing how you expect the same offensive production you’d get otherwise. Where’s the excuse.

    Also, explain again how is this relevant at all to them resigning Ramon Foster.

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