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Tight end could be upgraded

There is a fallacy among many Steelers fans that the team never throws the football to its tight ends. <br><br> Of course those who believe that fail to remember that Eric Green was the team's leading receiver in 1993 and 1994. And the last time I checked, Green was a tight end.

Since that time, the Steelers have had a bad mix of quarterbacks who couldn't throw many of the routes over the middle of the field that are favored by tight ends, nor a tight end capable of getting open often enough to be a receiving threat. But if the Steelers lose Plaxico Burress in free agency, one way of replacing him would be to have a tight end capable of stretching the middle of...

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