In what could be the least descriptive news brief in the history of the NFL, the Steelers announced the release of offensive tackle Mike Farrell, and the signing of tight end Nathan Overbay.
Farrell, an undrafted rookie from Penn State, wasn't expected to make this year's roster, but still possibly could be in the works as the offseason progresses.
Overbay was last seen on a roster in Tampa Bay in 2010, but he hasn't played in an NFL game.
He had signed a future's contract with the Lions in January, but was released.
ICYMI today on Behind The Steel Curtain:
- Steelers Training Camp Updates
- Steelers wave of injuries continues
- Burress injures shoulder Thursday
- Spence looks good in agility drills
- The Anti-Run-by-Committee
- He's not 'Sharknado,' says the Steelers veterans
- Steelers starters to see 10-12 snaps
- Steelers coordinator Haley looks forward to less predictable run game
- Steelers vs. Giants: Ryan Mundy returns home to Pittsburgh for preseason opener
- Steelers position battles: Landry Jones looks for a big performance against Giants to hold off John Parker Wilson