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August 24, 1994

Carlton Haselrig, a Pro Bowl guard only two years ago, won't play football this season, and his future with the Pittsburgh Steelers is in doubt.

The Steelers severed ties with Haselrig for at least this season by placing the three-year starter on the reserve-left camp list. He cannot be reinstated for the rest of the season.

Three-time Pro Bowl kicker Gary Anderson, who wants his contract renegotiated, was placed on the reserve-did not report list. His $350,000 base salary won't count against the salary cap, and he can return to the roster only by requesting reinstatement from the commissioner's office.

Haselrig, treated twice last year in drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, hasn't been seen by the Steelers since watching their Aug. 13 preseason game against the Raiders. He was to resume practicing last week after missing nearly three weeks with a broken wrist, but never returned to camp. The only public sighting of Haselrig, 28, since his disappearance was at an East Liverpool, Ohio, nightspot last week.

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