Breaking News: Steelers Looking to Re-Sign…

Pittsburgh This coming season, the Pittsburgh Steelers hope to retain the majority of their roster, even if that includes players who were merely fill-ins on their 2023 roster.

Steelers Looking to Re-Sign Starting CBs

The Steelers are deciding which players to let walk and which to try to re-sign as free agency draws near. Three players were released earlier this week as they began the process of making cuts. They will then choose which of their own free agents, including one of their starting cornerbacks, to engage in negotiations.

Slot cornerback Chandon Sullivan stated in an interview with Ron Lippock of Steelers Takeaways that he and the Steelers talked about the future during their exit interview. Following his lone year in Pittsburgh, Sullivan is expected to become a free agent.

“I thought I made the most of my opportunities. I didn’t play as many snaps as I usually do, but that was the schematic outcome. However, I made the most of my opportunities on special teams and defense,” Sullivan said. “I believe I performed well on special teams, even though I hadn’t played there much previously. Before I left, the team informeThey would like to work with me on more projects, but who knows. We are aware of the potential nature of NFL business. But don’t worry, I’m sure I’ll play somewhere.”d me that

Throughout the season, Sullivan was ranked first on the team’s depth chart. In 17 games, he racked up 22 tackles, one interception, and six passes defensed. He only permitted the completion of 60.7% of the passes thrown his way.

The only players on the Steelers roster right now are Cory Trice, Darius Rush, Patrick Peterson, and Joey Porter Jr.






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