Steelers Ink RG Ramon Foster to a Three-Year Deal

Ramon Foster

The Steelers made a big signing on their offensive line today, as the team signed guard Ramon Foster to a three-year deal, stopping him from becoming a free agent.

Inking Foster is a big signing for the team, last season he earned $1.85 million. The 30-year-old Foster made the Steelers as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2009. He’s made 87 starts for the Steelers, starting the last four seasons at right guard for the team.

The team has one big free agent that may hit the market today if they can’t get a deal done, that being OL Kelvin Beachum, if he and the team can’t get a deal done, Alejandro Villanueva will remain as the teams’ starting left tackle.

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