The Pittsburgh Steelers cut three veteran players today.
They released inside linebacker Larry Foote, offensive tackle Levi Brown and cornerback Curtis Brown, the team announced.
Foote was with the Steelers for the past four seasons. He's a former Steelers fourth-round draft pick who has started 104 of 158 regular-season games.
Curtis Brown played for the Steelers for three seasons after originally being selected by Pittsburgh in the third round in 2011.
Levi Brown was acquired by the Steelers in a trade with the Arizona Cardinals last year. He tore his triceps and was placed on injured reserve in October two weeks after the trade.
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