Many fans believe that the Pittsburgh Steelers made a mistake by not adding more young cornerbacks to the roster during the draft. In fact, many were surprised that the team did not add more through their undrafted rookie free agent class. That all changed on Wednesday, as the team made a roster move focused on that position.Alabama cornerback Deion Belue may be a small move, it is one focused on adding competition to the roster at that position. At 5-11, 182-pounds, Belue may not have the greatest pure athleticism, but he was a two-year started for the Crimson Tide. For his career, he notched 60 tackles, 10 pass break-ups, and three interceptions. With the Steelers at their 90-man limit, they released undrafted rookie free agent tackle Kaycee Ike (UAB).
Stanford cornerback / safety Devon Carrington (Profile 5/15)
Youngstown State offensive guard Chris Elkins (Profile 5/16)
East Carolina offensive guard Will Simmons (Profile 5/17)
Wisconsin defensive end Ethan Hemer (Profile 5/18)
Stanford defensive end Josh Mauro (Profile 5/20)
Louisville defensive end Roy Philon (Profile 5/23)
Shepherd outside linebacker Howard Jones (Profile 5/25)
Missouri tight end Eric Waters (Profile 5/28)
Cincinnati quarterback Brendon Kay (Profile 5/28)
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