Contract Details Regarding Heath Miller’s Two-Year Extension With The Steelers


Tom Pelissero of USA Today reports that the Heath Miller‘s newly restructured contract with the Steelers includes a two-year extension.

  • Pelissero adds that Miller will make base salaries of $4 million in 2015 and 2016.
    • Miller’s 2014 cap figure of $9.5 million has been reduced to $6,133,166, according to Pelissero.
  • Ian Rapoport mentions that Miller will now make $1.02 million for the 2014 season.
  • Aaron Wilson has Miller’s cap figures as: $6.13 million (2014) and $5.66 million (2015 & 2016)


Ian Rapoport reports that the Steelers have restructured TE Heath Miller’s contract to free up some much needed cap space.

Pittsburgh is forced to annually rework player’s contract in order to have cap space to address some of their free agents, so this comes as little surprise.

Miller, 31, signed a six-year, $35.3 million contract with the Steelers back in 2009. He had a cap figure close to $9.5 million for the upcoming season, which was the sixth highest on the team.

Despite coming off of a serious knee injury, Miller totaled 58 receptions for 593 yards receiving and a touchdown over the course of 14 games last season.

We’ll have an update regarding the specifics of this move and how much cap space the Steelers will save once the details are available.


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