Steelers signed RB Mewelde Moore, formerly of the Vikings, to a three-year contract.
Despite trying to trade for him last October, the Bucs never showed interest. Moore, only 25, hardly played in 2007 behind Adrian Peterson and Chester Taylor, but holds a career 4.9 yards-per-carry average and is an excellent receiver. He'll cut into third-down playing time of Najeh Davenport and Willie Parker, while competing to handle kickoff and punt duties. Mar. 3 - 2:20 pm et
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Good signing for Pittsburgh....hopefully he can finally give us that boost in our special teams that we've been so lacking for many years. He's always been a good return man so I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do for us. I think Davenport's value takes the biggest hit here as Moore has a decent chance of taking over 3rd downs for next year...Parker should still see plenty of carries though similar to what he saw this year.