The Steelers have released reserve offensive lineman Anthony Coyle, the team announced on Saturday.
Coyle signed with the Steelers on April 16 after playing for the New York Guardians in the XFL this spring. The Fordham alum played mostly guard for the Steelers after playing tackle at the FCS level.
Coyle started the 2019 season in training camp with the Green Bay Packers. He was released on Sept. 1 and spent two weeks on the Atlanta Falcons practice squad in November before joining the Guardians at the end of the NFL season.
In four seasons with the Rams, the Staten Island native was a four-year starter, playing his final three seasons at left tackle after playing as a freshman at right tackle. Coyle was a two-time All-Patriot League selection.
Coyle is the 17th player to be released by the Steelers since the end of training camp on Friday, joining cornerback Trajan Bandy, defensive end Henry Mondeaux, defensive tackle Cavon Walker, offensive lineman Christian DiLauro, Derwin Gray and John Keenoy outside linebacker Tuzar Skipper, punter Corliss Waitman, quarterback Paxton Lynch, running backs Trey Edmunds, Wendell Smallwood and Kerrith Whyte, Jr., tight end Kyle Markway,and wide receivers Deon Cain, Saeed Blacknall, Ryan Switzer and DeAndre Thompkins.