Steelers safety Troy Polamalu has been in Pittsburgh since 2003 when the Steelers selected him 16th overall in the NFL Draft. Polamalu began his career in the steel city and if recent comments made by team president Art Rooney II are any indication, Polamalu should plan on finishing his career in Pittsburgh.

During a conference call with season-ticket holders this week, Rooney said the team would like to keep Polamalu in Pittsburgh, "We would very much love to have Troy retire as a Steeler and expect that he will," Rooney said, via "He's obviously been one of the great Steelers of all time."

If the Steelers are going to keep Polamalu, they're probably going to have to get his cap number down, something Rooney acknowledged. The 32-year-old is scheduled to make $8.25 million in 2014, the final year of his contract. Polamalu's cap number though is $10.9 million, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.