The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to make roster moves in signing players to future/reserve contracts. Thursday the team announced they retained the rights to safety Jordan Dangerfield and wide receiver L'Damian Washington.
Dangerfield re-joins the Steelers after spending training camp with the team, as well as moving on and off the team's practice squad in 2014. Dangerfield was an undrafted free agent signed by the Buffalo Bills in 2013, and looks to possibly find his role with the Steelers as a safety within a secondary desperately in need of playmakers.
Washington was an undrafted free agent with the Dallas Cowboys in 2014 and bounced around the league on team's practice squads. Williams spent time with the New York Giants, Cleveland Browns and Miami Dolphins practice squad before landing in Pittsburgh. The 6-foot 4-inch 200-pound wide receiver looks to try and make his mark on a depth chart brimming with talent like Antonio Brown, Markus Wheaton and Martavis Bryant.
The Steelers will now focus on the offseason and getting other players in the facility who might be able to help improve the team in the 2015.