Steelers Notable Free-Agents

DeAnte MitchellCorrespondent IJanuary 11, 2010

CINCINNATI - SEPTEMBER 27:  Casey Hampton #98 of the Pittsburgh Steelers is pictured during the NFL game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on September 27, 2009 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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Willie Parker:
The Pittsburgh Steelers running back is in his last year of his contract and it looks as if he is going to be let loose with all the speculation of a possible C.J Spiller coming to Pittsburgh. Willie Parker has the longest run in Superbowl history and holds many of the Steelers rushing records. However there may be a chance that he can return to the team because of his previous success.

Ryan Clark:
The Steelers hard-hitting safety had an average year for the Steelers with 68 tackles and 3 interceptions. With the other free-agent possible that the Steelers have to deal with, will most likely count out Ryan Clark.

Deshea Townsend:
The Steelers have seen better season out of the veteran Townsend. Playing in all 16 games this season Townsend only accumulated 24 tackles and 1 interception. In his final year of his contract, it looks like this will be his last season in black and gold.

Casey Hampton:
Although Casey hasn't been in talks with the organization about a possible extension, I believe the Steelers nab the Pro Bowl Nose Tackle. Hampton brings another it all on every play for the defense. Hampton is one of the reasons why the Steelers defensive line is so fear-some.

Willie Colon:
Willie has transformed into one of the great offensive linemen for the Steelers. Colon is one of the stronger blockers on the offensive line. He will be re-signed by the Steelers.

Travis Kirschke:
Missing 4 games this season you really can't tell how important he was to the defensive line. In those twelve games he had 1 sack and 16 tackles. Because of the poor season, the Steelers may be able to get him for cheap or they'll cut him loose with the emergence of Hood and Eason.