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Steelers Sign Master Teague, Ja’Marcus Bradley to Practice Squad

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The Steelers have signed running back Master Teague and wide receiver Ja’Marcus Bradley to the practice squad, the team announced Wednesday.

Master Teague was with the team in training camp, and he was impressed for the few days he was with the team in Latrobe. However, an ankle injury that forced Teague to be carted off ended his time with the team late in training camp. Now, Teague returns to a system where he has some level of familiarity. It comes after Jaylen Warren suffered a hamstring injury against the Cincinnati Bengals.

An undrafted free agent from Ohio State, Teague joined the Steelers in the middle of training camp after an injury to Jeremy McNichols opened up a spot. Teague had six carries for 31 yards in the Steelers’ preseason opener against the Seattle Seahawks.

Meanwhile, Bradley gives the Steelers another receiver on the practice squad after employing a rotating cast on some of their receiver spots. An undrafted free agent out of Louisiana in 2020, Bradley spent two seasons with the Cleveland Browns. He was recently drafted by the St. Louis Battlehawks of the XFL. In his career, Bradley has 9 receptions for 121 yards.

In order to fit both players into their practice squad, Pittsburgh released Renell Wren. Wren joined the practice squad prior to Week 1. The former Cincinnati Bengal saw no action with the Steelers after signing to the practice squad.

 

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