Bruce Gradkowski had three-year contract

The annual NFL free agency is now officially here. A phase where valuable player gets more contracts and a moment of assets for franchise to spend huge.

Steelers is readily more to go as they upgraded their backup. It was confirmed that Bruce Gradkowski had three-year contract.
Pittsburgh wanted to get younger at that spot after Charlie Batch and Byron Leftwich both struggled filling in for Ben Roethlisberger. The Steelers were able to do that with Gradkowski, who turned 30 in January, and didn’t sacrifice on experience. Gradkowski has played seven years in the NFL and this is his third stop in the AFC North after a short stint in Cleveland and a two-year run as Andy Dalton’s backup in Cincinnati



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