The Steelers are approximately $14 million over the $121 million salary cap, which means they have some tough choices to make in the coming weeks. Veterans will be jettisoned, young promising players about to hit free agency may not be re-signed, and all this while the organization tries to rebound from a disappointing 8-8 record last season.
The Steelers roster is likely to see significant changes in the offseason, so don't be surprised if WR Mike Wallace and LB James Harrison are playing for other teams next year.
There's plenty of blame to go around as the Steelers suffer their fifth loss in the past six games.

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