PITTSBURGH (AP) -Backup nose tackle Chris Hoke signed a three-year contract extension with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday.
Hoke, a seven-year veteran from BYU, had one year left on his contract. The extension will keep him with the Steelers through the 2010 season.
Hoke has played in 45 games with the Steelers and started 11, including 10 games in 2004 when he replaced injured starter Casey Hampton for much of the season.

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