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Draft Scout Cameron Heyward News
07/23/15 - DE Cam Heyward signed a six-year contract through the 2020 season with the Pittsburgh Steelers on July 16.
NFL Network reported the deal to be worth $59.2 million.
Heyward, 26, was in the final year of the rookie contract he signed after being selected 31st overall in the 2011 draft. He has played in 64 straight games, the third-longest streak among defensive ends in the league.
Last year, Heyward shared the team lead in sacks with a career-best 7.5, becoming the first Pittsburgh defensive lineman to lead or tie for the most sacks since Aaron Smith in 2004.
"I love this organization," Heyward said in a tweet that included a picture of him signing the contract. "Very blessed and excited about continuing my career as a Steeler! #somanythanks #greatday"
10/13/14 - DE Cam Heyward was upset after he said he was "chopped" illegally and sprained an ankle late in Sunday's game against Cleveland.
"There were a couple of them, let's put it like that," Heyward said of the illegal chop blocks thrown, he said, by the Browns. "I think it's a cowardly thing, but if they're going to coach it like that, that's their call."
08/24/14 - DE Cam Heyward, who left Thursday night's game with an ankle injury, should be OK to play for the opener.
12/09/13 - DE Cameron Heyward continued his excellent play with a team-high 10 tackles, a sack, a hurry and a batted pass.
10/14/13 - -- DE Cameron Heyward made his first NFL start in his third year. The 2011 first-round draft choice had a quarterback pressure and two tackles.