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Report: Steelers TE Ladarius Green never told the Steelers about his headaches

Steelers are expected to sign former Chargers tight end Ladarius Green

Steelers new tight end has headache issues

The Pittsburgh Steelers are not very happy with Ladarius Green withholding information from them before they gave him a 20 million dollar deal. According to the Post Gazette, Green did not tell the Steelers about his headaches.

Sources told the Post-Gazette that the headaches and not his January ankle surgery is what has kept Green on the physically unable to perform list, essentially sidelining him since the day he signed a four-year, $20 million contract with the Steelers in March. The deal included a $4.75 million signing bonus that the team might be able to recoup if Green is unable to play.

He remains in the Steelers’ concussion protocol, a source said.

The Steelers signed Green one month after Heath Miller retired. Green never told the Steelers that he was having issues with headaches when they signed him, a source said. They knew about the January surgery where he reportedly had two metal plates inserted into his ankle.

The Steelers may be in the market for a tight end.

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