With the 2022 NFL Draft now in the books, the Pittsburgh Steelers will quickly switch their attention to eligible prospects who went undrafted. Long before the seventh-round ended, the Steelers will have reached out to players they were interested in who were expected to be available and it should not take long for the first few signings to be made.
Undrafted players are allowed to sign with whoever they chose, with the more popular names likely to be given a signing bonus to encourage them to pick one team over another.
It is worth noting than none of these signings are official until confirmed by the team, with players sometimes changing their mind about a destination at the last minute when another team offers a higher signing bonus.
As rumors begin to emerge of players Pittsburgh is targeting, we will add them in this post, as well as any confirmed signings from the players own social media accounts.
UPDATE: The Steelers have announced the signing of 10 Undrafted Rookie Free Agents. You can see the full list in the article below:
News and rumors:
Oklahoma State running back Jaylen Warren to the Steelers, per a league source— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) April 30, 2022
UNC OT Jordan Tucker
Former Alabama OL Chris Owens is signing with the #Steelers, per source.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 30, 2022
Chris Steele to the Steelers as an UDFA.— USC Analytics (@USCanalytics) April 30, 2022
The name fits. https://t.co/bGelcdUl4O
Former Duke RB Mataeo Durant is signing with the #Steelers, per source.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 30, 2022
All-SEC Texas A&M DL Tyree Johnson is signing with the #Steelers as an UDFA, per source.— Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) April 30, 2022
Steelers nation stand up ❤️ ❤️— ♂️ (@BryceWatts2_6) April 30, 2022
Jake Dixon from Duquesne
Super proud and excited for my nephew Jake. Free agent contract with the Steelers! pic.twitter.com/Ga2QKcqUQa— Ron Butschle (@RButschle) April 30, 2022
Dakota/Robert Morris DB Tavin Harville has signed as an UDFA with the Pittsburgh Steelers.— The D Zone (@TheD_Zone) May 1, 2022
Previously while in HS his legal name was Tavin Allison.