Mark Kaboly of the Tribune-Review reported via Twitter G John Malecki is at the Steelers facility Sunday morning, "signing up for the practice squad."
That isn't confirmation, but if that is the case, Malecki, a Pittsburgh native and University of Pittsburgh product would be one of up-to-eight members of their practice squad.
Malecki initially signed with Tennessee as an undrafted free agent in 2010. He was released and spent the remainder of the year on the Browns practice squad.
There will be lots of moving and shaking today, and the Steelers 53 man roster may not be the same at the end of the day. This will be one of a flurry of moves, both for the Steelers and the rest of the league, after teams have a chance to evaluate all of the players available after Saturday's cuts to rosters of 53 players.
It isn't entirely accurate to say Saturday's deadline to cut rosters to 53 players is the team's "final" roster. Some teams cut down to 52 players and plan to pick up another team's castoffs. For example, Chicago signed free agent FS Brandon Merriweather to a one-year deal after they cut their team to 53.
Among many internal possibilities are CBs Crezdon Butler and Donovan Warren, WRs Tyler Grisham and Wes Lyons, OG Keith Williams, DT Anthony Gray, LB Mortty Ivy and TE Jamie McCoy.