The pittsburgh Steelers Lose Four Players

The Steelers Lose Four Players.

The Pittsburgh Steelers will now need to re-sign their four veterans if they wish for them to return.

PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers will watch four players hit the open market now that their season is officially over. With their contracts expiring, their veterans on the practice squad will become free agents and are able to sign with any team.

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Inside linebackers Myles Jack and Jaylon Smith, safety Eric Rowe and punter Brad Wing were among a group of veteran practice squad members who had their contracts expire. If Pittsburgh chooses to bring them back, they’ll need to re-sign them as free agents.

Rowe and Jack played a pivotal role for the Steelers in the final stretch of the season, filling in for several injured players and helping the team turn a three-game winning streak into a playoff birth.

Rowe recorded 29 tackles, one tackle for loss, one forced fumble, two passes defended and an interception during his three starts in the regular season. Jack recorded 17 tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss and two QB hits during his three-game stretch.

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