Steelers waive Frazier

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, Last Updated: 12:04 PM ET

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers have waived linebacker Andre Frazier, who was part of the club's past two Super Bowl teams.

Frazier re-signed with Pittsburgh in March, but reported to camp with a knee injury. He was eventually put on injured reserve and was waived from that list.

In 47 career games with the Steelers and Cincinnati, Frazier has compiled 42 tackles and two sacks.

The Steelers also released offensive tackle Adrian Jones, linebacker Brandon Renkart, cornerback David Pittman and fullback Dwayne Wright, while placing rookie offensive lineman Chris Scott on the physically unable to perform list to trim the roster to 75.

Scott, a fifth-round pick, suffered a broken foot in June. He will miss the first six weeks of the season, then will be able to practice with the team for three weeks before a determination of his roster status is considered.

Jones was the most accomplished of the four players released. He started 10 games with Kansas City in 2008 and also made 16 starts for the New York Jets in 2005.


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