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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Pittsburgh Steelers have re-signed linebacker Lawrence Timmons. Instead of going on social media like his good friend LaMarr Woodley, Timmons six-year extension was quite.

“They said they wanted to keep it on the [down low] yesterday,” Timmons said. “Once you pay a guy like that, I’m going to do what they say.”

Lawrence Timmons trying to tackle New York Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards (Getty Images)

Lawrence Timmons trying to tackle New York Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards (Getty Images)

Timmons will receive $50 million through the 2016 season. The 25-year-old is developing into being a star for the Steelers defense.

He’s a former Florida State Seminoles player, who has played alongside James Harrison and James Farrier last season. He led the team with a 134 tackles with three sacks, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries.

He won’t be able to hide anymore with this big check.

“They paid him a boatload of money,” Farrior said. “He’s definitely going to be asked to do a lot of things he wouldn’t normally be asked.”

With Timmons locked up, the team has its core locked up, as cornerback Ike Taylor and Woodley will be together for a while. The team is hoping to re-sign safety Troy Polamalu next.

“But being around here in this locker room,” Polamalu said. “You can understand why a guy like [wide receiver] Hines [Ward] stays around so long.”

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