The Steelers have waived running back Trey Edmunds, the team announced on Tuesday.
Edmunds, 26, just finished his third season with the team. He appeared in four games, playing mostly on special teams, before suffering a hamstring injury in the team’s Week 10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals that caused him to spend the rest of the season on the injured reserve list.
In 2019, Edmunds saw his most extensive playing time, and carried 22 times for 92 yards for a 4.2 yards per carry average while also racking up six tackles and an interception on special teams.
Edmunds was waived by the Steelers earlier in the 2020 season, but was re-signed by the club on Nov. 10.
A 6-foot-2, 223-pound running back out of Maryland, Edmunds spent his rookie season in 2017 with the New Orleans Saints before catching on in Pittsburgh. He is the older brother of Steelers strong safety Terrell Edmunds.