Steelers Sign W. Parker to Extension
The Pittsburgh Steelers signed Willie Parker, the former undrafted free agent who became their starting tailback last year in their Super Bowl-winning season, to a four-year contract extension Wednesday.
The deal is worth about $13.5 million, including a signing bonus of $3.75 million, and keeps Parker from being a restricted free agent after the upcoming season.
Parker earned just more than $300,000 last season.
By Mark Maske |
August 31, 2006; 10:48 AM ET
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