4 recent cuts that the Steelers should sign during camp

M.J. Stewart #36 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
M.J. Stewart #36 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /
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With the recent wave of releases, the Steelers are looking at a new crop of free agents that they could sign to their 80-man roster.

With the harsh reality of a pandemic in the NFL, teams have had to make cuts to players sooner than they would usually do, as well as cut players that may have played during the season in order to save cap space. While the Steelers have already made their share of cuts, other teams have trimmed some intriguing players that are still roster-able talents. The Steelers had the luxury of cutting players who were long shots to make the roster, but other teams parted ways with veterans who still possess intriguing talent.

While this is certainly an unfortunate time for many NFL players, it can turn into a positive for the Steelers. Some quality talent was recently released in order to accommodate this new NFL, and they are helpful additions to a Steelers roster that seemingly has little holes. Given the current landscape, these players won’t be expensive to add to the current roster.

This isn’t to say that the Steelers can find instant starters amidst these crops of cuts. Instead, adding quality depth at positions of need can be enough to keep this roster strong all around. In a season that will likely be riddled with unexpended injuries and missed games, having a deep and capable roster could prove to be the difference between a winning season and a losing one.

All of that said, here are the four best roster cuts the Steelers should try to add to their camp roster: