The Steelers have added some veteran depth to their secondary and special teams. Coty Sensabaugh, who played cornerback for both the Rams and Giants last season, has signed in Pittsburgh.
Sensabaugh was a fourth-round pick of the Titans in 2012 who spent four years with the Titans before signing with the Rams last year. He spent just three games with the Rams before he was released, then played 10 games with the Giants. NFL betting lines are Sensabaugh will be competing for the nickle job with William Gay and Senquez Golson.
The 28-year-old Sensabaugh is no lock to make the Steelers roster, but he is an experienced player who has a good shot of contributing on both defense and in kick coverage.
Sensabaugh said he had a good feeling about the team as soon as he arrived at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex.
“Just coming to something special,” said Sensabaugh. “I wanted to be part of a family here. The Steelers organization is top-notch. It’s a family atmosphere. I was talking to everybody that has been in the building. I have been a part of a couple of other organizations and this is one of the top-notch organizations. When you walk around the building and see how things are run, you see why the Steelers are in it year-in and year-out.
“I have played here a couple of years and the fans are ridiculous. I am excited to play for them.”