OG Ramon Foster
The Steelers offensive guard, Ramon Foster, retired this offseason, but I think he could still play for Pittsburgh if he really wanted to. He would probably have to play for the veteran minimum.
Foster was a staple of the offensive line for many years and was a very consistent left guard for the majority of his career. His play only dropped off in his last year in the NFL.
To be honest, he probably would be a better left guard candidate at this point than Steven Wisnewski, but it was time for Ramon Foster to move on.
Cutting Ramon Foster saves the Steelers four million dollars under the cap and that is good savings for a team that went into the offseason with hardly any spending money.
One thing the Steelers will really miss is his leadership. From when he volunteered to step up when former players like Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell were blasting the Steelers to him or tapping the center’s leg to get the snap count right, Ramon Foster was a leader the Steelers cherished.