Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday February 17th – Cecil Too Vicious For The NFL Edition

Steelers practice squad running back Frank Summers, a fifth-round draft pick of the Steelers in 2009, signed a free agent contract with the San Diego Chargers this week. Summers likely sees the writing on the wall that his chances to make the 53 man roster with the Steelers in 2011 was very slim. The move also gets him back closer to his roots in Oakland.

Steelers safety Ryan Clark joined 93.7 The Fan live in the studio to recap the Steelers loss in Super Bowl XLV, the seating debacle and said all the owners offers from the league concerning the labor situation are “totally ridiculous.”

Ed Bouchette reported on Wednesday that the Steelers have held some brief talks with free agent tackle Jonathan Scott about a new contract. Check out our free agent profile of Scott here.

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It is looking real good that former Titans defensive coordinator Chuck Cecil will become the new defensive backs coach according to John Clayton. Yes, the same, Too Vicious For The NFL, Chuck Cecil. James Harrison and he ought to have some notes to compare.

Free agent punter Daniel Sepulveda fully expects to be ready to punt again in 2011 and his ongoing rehab is going according to schedule. Sepulveda was a guest speaker at the Geneva College weekly chapel service at Metheny Field House. Check out our free agent profile of Sepulveda here.

A long time Steelers fan used his Terrible Towel to put out a fire that started on the oxygen pump of his oxygen tank in Geistown, PA. The Terrible Towel perhaps saved his life. Myron Cope would be proud.

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