Steelers rework Woodley's deal

Pittsburgh also agrees to new deal with Foote. Terry McCormick

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have finally restructed the contract of outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley, per Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

The move helps to save the Steelers $4 million under the salary cap.

Woodley had been the center of some controversy in Pittsburgh over his conditioning or lack thereof last season, but the Steelers need him in 2013, especially with James Harrison being released over the weekend.

Additionally, multiple reports say the Steelers have agreed to a ne three-year contract with linebacker Larry Foote.

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