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Long snapper Greg Warren wins Steelers job

Mike Schneck, the Pittsburgh Steelers' long snapper the past six seasons, will be cut today in favor of rookie Greg Warren out of North Carolina, who will make the rookie minimum of $230,000. Warren is a 6-foot-3, 252-pound player who performed his specialty at North Carolina the past four years, making the team as a walk-on and earning a scholarship his final two seasons. He was kicker Jeff Reed's snapper in 2001 with the Tar Heels. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

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