I would gladly give up the 31st pick for Wallace. He will cost a lot but anytime you can obtain a great player at a postion of need while weakening your opponent, it's a win-win. The Steelers will do whatever they can to match the offer but they are in a tough cap position right now. Rotoworld - Fantasy Sports, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Hockey - news, draft guide, draft kit, projections, trade analyzer and more. Steelers reportedly restructured the contract of ILB Lawrence Timmons, freeing up $5.14 million in salary cap space. The Steelers have saved $11.7 million against the 2012 cap by restructuring Timmons and LaMarr Woodley. Timmons' base salary was reduced to $700,000, but he's now due a $6.425 million signing bonus prorated at $1.285 million per over the next five years. The Steelers may not be done restructuring, as they need to free enough space to match offers for Mike Wallace now that the maximum tender for restricted free agents is at the first-round level.