All 91 is a Pittsburgh Steelers Now series profiling each of the 91 members of the Steelers 2019 training camp roster.
37 • Jordan Dangerfield, fourth-year safety
Last year: Played in all 16 games for the first time in his career and made one start as a backup safety and special teams player.
Stats: Made five tackles and recovered a fumble.
— Alex Kozora (@Alex_Kozora) November 10, 2018
Good rep from Jordan Dangerfield. New wrinkle in PR return scheme, bringing him across the formation. Finds his target, square to the block, finishes. He may not be a starter but his roles are important. And he's playing well. #Steelers pic.twitter.com/LestqJAzLZ
— Alex Kozora (@Alex_Kozora) November 21, 2018
Camp outlook: Dangerfield has been with the Steelers since 2014, but finally seemed to have fit into a solid role in 2018. He’ll face competition for that job in the form of a healthy Marcus Allen and free agent additions Dravon Askew-Henry, Kameron Kelly and P.J. Locke.
Projected role: As the most experienced backup and special teamer in the Steelers’ secondary, Dangerfield probably has more secure of a role than any other non-starter, but with so many players vying for so few spots, nothing is guaranteed.