American Football - Steelers set to release Harrison

The Pittsburgh Steelers are on the verge of releasing linebacker James Harrison after the two sides have been unable to come an agreement on a pay cut.

According to the USA Today report, the two sides spoke on Friday, but have made no progress in getting Harrison to agree to any reduction in the $6.57 million base salary he's owed next season.

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The Baltimore Ravens terminated the contract of vested veteran guard Bobbie Williams. But the Baltimore Sun reported the Ravens are expected to make a significant offer to linebacker Dannell Ellerbe before Tuesday's deadline.

The Jacksonville Jaguars released veteran safety Dawan Landry and cornerback Aaron Ross. Waiving Landry allows the Jaguars to free up $1.45 million in cap space for 2013.

Safety Adrian Wilson was released by the Arizona Cardinals after 12 seasons. Wilson, 33, became a five-time Pro Bowler in Arizona as a hybrid linebacker-safety.

The San Diego Chargers released safety Atari Bigby after one year with the team. Bigby's lone season was cut short after 11 games when he sustained a groin injury and was placed on injured reserve.

The Carolina Panthers parted with cornerback Chris Gamble, who was released after nine seasons.

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The New York Jets want wide receiver Santonio Holmes to agree to a reduction in his base salary for next season as they continue to negotiation a deal, reported.

The Jets are asked Holmes to reduce his $11 million base salary to help the team's salary cap situation, according to the report.

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Quarterback Matt Moore opted to re-sign with the Miami Dolphins rather than test the free-agent market. Moore signed a two-year contract, reported by to be worth $8 million, The team also confirmed the re-signing of wide receiver Brian Hartline. He is reported to have received a five-year, $31 million deal.

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The Cincinnati Bengals re-signed long-snapper Clark Harris and punter Kevin Huber before their contracts expired.