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Steelers dump Alameda Ta’amu

Doesn't it make sense to kick the tires on this guy? I was very high on him coming out of UW. Pick up his 4th round contract and see where it takes us. 6'3" I think and 350lbs that has good agility. Why not right? Here is the rest of the story from PFT: After rookie fourth-round defensive tackle Alameda Ta’amu was arrested on a laundry list of charges last month, the team suspended him two games. Apparently, that was the extent of the punishment. Apparently, it wasn’t. On Monday, the Steelers waived Ta’amu, creating a roster-spot for practice-squad receiver David Gilreath, who’ll help replace injured receiver Antonio Brown for Monday night’s game against the Chiefs Ta’amu will be required to pass through waivers, and every team will have a crack at claiming the contract of the fourth-round pick. The fact that he already has been punished by the Steelers arguably means that he can’t be fined or suspended by the league. If Ta’amu passes threw waivers, the Steelers could sign him to the practice squad. If they don’t, then it shows they’ve decided that they’re done with him.

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