Kevin Colbert, the club's director of player personnel, said they put the transition tag on Max Starks because they felt they had a better chance of signing him to a long-term contract. However, if Starks does not come to terms on a contract with the Steelers or sign their one-year, $6,895,000 tender required under the transition tag, he also will become an unrestricted free agent Friday. Again, with the dearth of good linemen expected to come onto the market, Starks could quickly sign elsewhere for much more money. If he does, the Steelers could opt to match the deal or, if not, receive no compensation in return

Miami should be all over this guy if he hits FA