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Steelers Re-Sign Matt Spaeth To Two Year Deal

The Steelers have agreed to terms with veteran tight end Matt Spaeth today.

The contract is for two years. The financial terms aren’t immediately available. Spaeth was originally drafted by the Steelers in the 3rd round of  the 2007 draft. After leaving to play with the Bears for a couple seasons, Spaeth returned to Pittsburgh in 2013.

While not a sexy signing, Spaeth brings a lot to the table as a blocker. About staying in Pittsburgh, the 6’7″ tight end said, “I think of Pittsburgh as home now. This organization is the best in the world, and I am just happy to be back.”

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