Pittsburgh Steelers 2019 Free Agency Tracker

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  • March 21, 2019
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Pittsburgh Steelers offseason, without the likes of Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell (who is with the New York Jets), is already geared up for a head start. And we are sure you are waiting for the game to start, so that you can try out the bet lucky sportsbook, right?

Steelers themselves made an official announcement on Twitter that they have made some early moves to start the new league year.

Let’s see how the team, looks in the near future for yet another NFL season.

The New League Year

Mark Barron

The latest news reveals that former Rams linebacker Mark Barron has signed a two- year contract amounting to $12 Million with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Daniel McCullers

They have also come to terms with the defensive tackle Daniel McCullers for a two-year agreement.

Eli Rogers

Pro Football Talk has reported that the Steelers are getting back Eli Rogers for yet another year.

Donte Moncrief

The Steelers will also sign former Jacksonville Jaguars’ wide receiver, the 25 years old Donte Moncrief. Insiders have it that he has signed up for a two – year contract with Steelers.

Antonio Brown -Steelers also made the trade of Antonio Brown to Oakland Raiders, “We have acquired two draft selections in 2019 NFL via trade with the Oakland Raiders”, on Twitter. Same with acquiring offensive tackle Marcus Gilbert to the Arizona Cardinals for the 6th round.

P Jordan Berry

The Steelers also made it official that they have signed P Jordan Berry and LB Anthony Chickillo for a two-year contract.

LB Anthony Chickillo

They got back linebacker Chickillo for $8 million for a two-year term.

Steven Nelson

The Steelers also signed up a deal with free agent cornerback Steven Nelson for a three-year deal worth $25.5 million. Nelson is 26 years old (5 feet, 11 inches and weighing 194 pounds).

In 2018, he played more defensive snaps than any other player on the chiefs. He set a new track-record with total 68 tackles, 4 interceptions, and 15 passes, defended well.

Nelson was the third-round pick out of Oregon State back in 2015. This is his fifth-NFL season with a total of 38 NFL games.

Steelers also lost A few

Pittsburgh Steelers also gave away some really good champs like Former Steelers running back Le’Veon Bel to New York Jets for a 4-year term at a staggering $52.5 million.

They also lost backup tight end Jesse James to the Detroit Lions, a source from NFL network reported.

The Road Ahead

Benjamin Todd Roethlisberger Sr. – Quarterback, nicknamed Big Ben, recently spoke about the road ahead… He is preparing himself and his teammates for the training and has a gameplan in place.

With Mike Tomlin, The Head Coach, The Steelers are taking everything into account, the environment, and other elements and are strictly focussing on staying healthy and fit.

Pittsburgh Steelers want to make it to the #1 position and have been seen practicing every day for the new season. They are extremely confident about their game. Which is awesome!