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Williams back in the fold

The Steelers finally made their first move of free agency, re-signing cornerback Willie Williams to a new two-year deal for the veteran minimum.

The move was not unexpected, as the Steelers had been negotiating on a new deal with Williams for the past several weeks. The only sticking point to the deal was its length and some of the incentives. A 12-year NFL veteran, Williams started the final 10 regular-season games and both playoff games in 2004 after starting cornerback Chad Scott was injured on Oct. 17 at Dallas. Williams remained a... Recommended Stories

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