Steve Breaston WR NO 7 Months
The New Orleans Times-Picayune expects Steve Breaston to get a "long look" as the Saints' No. 3 receiver.
It's not an ideal fit, as coach Sean Payton typically prefers his No. 3 wideout to be a lid-lifting burner, a la the injured Joe Morgan. Breaston was also slowed by chronic knee inflammation last season. It would be unwise to make fantasy plans for the 30-year-old wideout before watching him in the preseason. Rookie Kenny Stills is also in the mix for No. 3 duties.
Steve Breaston WR NO 7 Months
Saints signed WR Steve Breaston to a one-year contract.
Breaston, 30, appeared in just 10 games with Kansas City last year, making four starts and catching seven balls for 74 yards. Coach Sean Payton's Saints offense has often featured two situational streak-route runners when it's been at its best, a la Robert Meachem and Devery Henderson. They draw over-the-top coverage and free up the underneath. The Saints have Joseph Morgan, but lack an established second. Breaston will battle Kenny Stills and Saalim Hakim.
Steve Breaston WR NO 8 Months
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the Lions will work out free agent WRs Steve Breaston and Chaz Schilens, in addition to Laurent Robinson, this week.
Breaston hasn't drawn an ounce of known interest since meeting with the Steelers and Browns in late February. Teams have shied away from the soon-to-be 30-year-old as he works his way back from knee inflammation. Schilens has met with the Titans and Patriots since hitting free agency.
Steve Breaston WR NO 9 Months
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Ed Bouchette reports the Steelers signing free agent WR Steve Breaston "won't happen."
The Steelers showed interest in Breaston following his release from the Chiefs in late February, but they're no longer interested. It doesn't appear any other team is, either. Breaston battled persistent knee inflammation last season, and he even considered Regenokine knee therapy. The soon-to-be 30-year-old hasn't drawn an ounce of known interest in nearly four months.
Steve Breaston WR NO Mar 07 '13
Free agent WR Steve Breaston doesn't need Regenokine knee therapy.
Breaston was advised that "he doesn't need it," and "he's fine." Breaston has been battling knee issues for the past few seasons, and teams have been wary of signing him since his release from the Chiefs last month. It appears Breaston will just rest the knee.
Steve Breaston WR NO Mar 02 '13
Free agent Steve Breaston is considering Regenokine therapy in an effort to cure persistent knee inflammation and early arthritic symptoms.
This explains a lot. Breaston has battled right knee problems on and off since 2009. They significantly affected his effectiveness late in his Cardinals tenure, and likely cost him explosiveness in Kansas City. Breaston has visited the Browns and Steelers, but neither signed him -- most likely because his right knee is a major issue again. Regenokine has been undergone by Kobe Bryant, Grant Hill, Alex Rodriguez, and most recently Gosder Cherilus.
Steve Breaston WR NO Mar 01 '13
The Steelers will not sign free agent Steve Breaston right now.
Breaston visited Pittsburgh on Friday after meeting with the Browns on Thursday, but neither team is interested in signing him at the moment. "[The Steelers] may revisit him later if he remains unsigned," says beat writer Ed Bouchette. Breaston will continue his tour, but it's uncertain where the next stop is.
Steve Breaston WR NO Feb 28 '13
The Browns are not expected to try to sign free agent WR Steve Breaston.
Breaston met with the Browns on Wednesday and left without an offer. Entering his age-30 season, he wouldn't have been an upgrade on Josh Gordon or Greg Little. Breaston will meet with old friend Todd Haley and the Steelers either Thursday or Friday.