Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Omar Khan has already said the front office isn’t done building the roster. Khan noted that the team plans to keep a close eye on potential targets to sign among other teams’ roster cuts.
One player who has become available who could really help the Steelers without breaking the bank is cornerback Bradley Roby. Roby took to social media to wish his former New Orleans Saints teammates good luck, indicating he’s being released and headed elsewhere. Could that elsewhere be Pittsburgh?
Roby is entering his 10th year in the NFL and is 31 years old. But he has plenty of good football left in him after being a part-time starter for much of his career.
Goodluck to my brothers and the Saints fans y’all deserve to be winners ! #WhoDat ⚜️
— Bradley Roby (@BradRoby_1) August 29, 2023
Pittsburgh has completely rebuilt their secondary this offseason with multiple additions. Nevertheless, if they could get Roby on a fiscally responsible contract, he would be an excellent veteran addition.