>>Steelers Extend GM Colbert Two-Years
The Pittsburgh Steelers announced a two- year contract extension for general manager Kevin Colbert on Saturday.
The news came two days after head coach Mike Tomlin received a two-year extension, also through the 2018 season.
Colbert, 58, is entering his 16th season with the Steelers and his fifth year as their general manager. He served as the team's director of football operations for 11 years before he was named GM in 2011.
During his tenure, the Steelers have won two Super Bowl titles, three AFC championships and seven division titles.
>>Vikings Extend Kicker
The Minnesota Vikings announced a contract extension for kicker Blair Walsh on Sunday.
Terms of the new deal were not disclosed.
Walsh was selected in the sixth round of the 2012 draft and earned Pro Bowl honors as a rookie with 141 points. He set an NFL record that season by making 10 consecutive field goals of at least 50 yards.
The 25-year-old Georgia product has connected on 87-of-103 field goal tries and all but one of his 109 extra-point attempts in his three seasons. His 17 field goals of at least 50 yards are the most in team history.
>>Cardinals Ink TE Gresham
The Arizona Cardinals agreed to terms with tight end Jermaine Gresham on a one-year contract on Friday.
Gresham, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, caught 62 passes for 460 yards and five touchdowns in 15 starts with Cincinnati last season.
Drafted 21st overall by the Bengals in 2010, Gresham has recorded 280 receptions for 2,722 yards and 24 touchdowns in 74 games (67 starts) over five seasons.
Gresham is just one of three tight ends (San Diego's Antonio Gates and Carolina's Greg Olsen) with at least 40 catches, 400 yards and four scores in each of the last five seasons.