The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed running back Trey Edmunds to their practice squad, the team announced Wednesday.
Edmunds was released by the Steelers on Tuesday as a part of their final cuts to adhere to the league’s 53-man roster limit. Edmunds has been with Pittsburgh since 2018, and has already spent the majority of his tenure on the team’s practice squad.
He has seen action in 19 games over the last three seasons, totaling 22 carries for 92 yards and a pair of scores. Edmunds has also been key special teams contributor and occasionally seen action at fullback. Edmunds is the brother of Steelers safety Terrell Edmunds.
The Steelers also signed defensive end Daniel Archibong, wide receiver Rico Bussey, cornerback Mark Gilbert, tackle Chaz Green, safety Karl Joseph, offensive lineman John Leglue, outside linebacker Christian Miller, guard Malcolm Pridgeon, tight end Kevin Rader, running back Jaylen Samuels, wide receiver Steven Sims, safety Donovan Stiner, outside linebacker Derrek Teszka and wide receiver Cody White.
The team has one open spot remaining on the 16-player squad.