More Wednesday house-keeping. Someone grab a Hoover.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have reportedly re-signed long snapper Greg Warren, per the Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson.
Long snapper Greg Warren re-signs with Steelers today, according to a source
— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) February 1, 2017
Terms of the deal were not included in Wilson’s report but it’s safe to assume this is a one year deal. Warren has inked one year contracts every year since 2013, which would make this the 5th such contract for him.
Warren’s newest contract will likely be worth $1.08 million and include a base salary of $1 million with a signing bonus of $80,000. That deal would count as a qualifying contract for minimum salary benefit relief and thus only account for $695,000 in salary cap space.
Warren has been the Steelers’ long snapper since 2005. He’s one of three remaining Steelers’ players to be on the Super Bowl 40 winning team, joining Ben Roethlisberger and James Harrison. In 2016, he recovered his first career fumble.
Pro Football Reference has him registered for eight career tackles.