The Steelers have elevated Trey Edmunds from the practice for Sunday’s game against the Eagles, the team announced Saturday.
Following the game, Edmunds will be automatically moved back to the practice squad without passing through waivers.
Edmunds appeared in 11 games in the 2019 season, including making history as the first player to play a game at running back and also record an interception during that season in the NFL since 1988.
The 25-year-old signed with the Steelers in 2018 after going unstaffed the year before. He played college football at Maryland and Virginia Tech.