Steelers host former Penn State DB Trevor Williams for tryout

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Per the NFL transactions report, the Pittsburgh Steelers hosted former Penn State defensive back Trevor Williams for a tryout on Monday.

With Joe Haden expected to be out for at least the Wild Card game on Sunday, Pittsburgh will need depth behind reserves James Pierre and Justin Layne.

In three seasons and 27 starts for the Chargers, Williams logged 110 tackles (four for loss) and 22 defended passes. He also had three interceptions for 114 yards.

After Los Angeles, Williams appeared in two games for the Arizona Cardinals in 2019. This season, he had three tackles in two games for the Philadelphia Eagles before being placed on injured reserve with a rib injury and ultimately released.

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