Steelers, Polamalu agree to four-year deal

The Pittsburgh Steelers agreed to terms Saturday with Troy Polamalu on a four-year deal, according to a league source.

Both sides have been committed to trying to get a deal done for the four-time All-Pro, who had one year and $6.4 million left on his current contract.

Polamalu would be the third top Steelers defender to receive a big deal this offseason — behind LBs LaMarr Woodley and Lawrence Timmons — and the organization had a longstanding, team-imposed cutoff of the start of the regular season in which to have contracts done.

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