Steelers agree to terms with former Bears G Rashaad Coward

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According to NFL reporter Ian Rapoport on Monday, the Pittsburgh Steelers are bolstering their offensive line depth with the addition of former Chicago Bears guard Rashaad Coward. Coward came into the league in 2017 out of Old Dominion as a defensive end but made the switch to offensive guard where he’s started 15 games over the past two seasons.

Coward might not be a starter for the Steelers but his experience gives Pittsburgh some excellent depth behind David DeCastro and Kevin Dotson. In 2020 Coward played 333 snaps, allowing three sacks and committing two penalties.

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