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Former Steelers TE Christian Scotland-Williamson Returns to Rugby; Signs with Harlequins

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Former Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Christian Scotland-Williamson has returned to playing rugby, signing with London’s Harlequins in Premiership Rugby, the top level of English rugby union, according to a report by Rugby Pass.

A native of Waltham Forest, London, Scotland-Williamson played rugby for the Worcester Warriors from 2014-17 before trying his hand at American Football as a tight end with the Steelers. 

As a part of the NFL’s International Player Pathway program, Scotland-Williamson was signed by the Steelers on May 1, 2018 and spent all of the 2018 and 2019 seasons on the team’s practice squad.

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The Steelers released Scotland-Williamson on July 20, 2020 with a non-football injury designation.

Players signed through the International Player Pathway program do not count against the offseason 90-man roster or practice squad roster limits.

The Harlequins won the 2021 Premiership Final, the club’s second victory in the competition. The 2021-22 season will begin on Sept. 17.

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