Steelers cut Kevan Barlow
Monday, August 27, 2007
By Gerry Dulac, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Former Pitt running back Kevan Barlow, who was trying to become a third-down back with the Steelers, was among seven players cut today by Coach Mike Tomlin.
Also cut were punter Mike Barr, kicker Connor Hughes, wide receiver Dan Sheldon, running back Larry Croom, long-snapper Jared Retkofsky and center Donovan Raiola.
Three more players have to be cut by tomorrow to get down to the 75-player roster limit.
Curiously, Barlow carried four times for 14 yards and scored the Steelers' final offensive touchdown in their 27-13 victory against the Philadelphia Eagles last night.