While the Pittsburgh Steelers may have just added nine new players to the roster via the 2021 NFL Draft, their work was far from done at the end of the seventh-round. With fewer prospects this year due to all players gaining an extra year of eligibility due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of viable options for the Steelers to add were more than some believed their would be.
Pittsburgh added another eight names to their roster once the draft ended, completing the 2021 draft process.
CB Shakur Brown (Michigan St)
S Lamont Wade (Penn St)
LB Jamar Watson (Kentucky)
LB Calvin Bundage (Oklahoma St)
CB Mark Gilbert (Duke)
WR Isaiah McCoy (Kent St)
S Donovan Steiner (Florida)
WR Rico Bussey Jr (Hawaii)
We have agreed to terms with eight undrafted free agents following the conclusion of the 2021 #NFLDraft.https://t.co/OUk3zZdEsj— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) May 2, 2021