Steelers sign multiple 2021 NFL draft picks to contracts

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On Saturday, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced they had signed four of the team’s nine picks from the 2021 NFL draft.

According to the team, punter Pressley Harvin, defensive end Isaiahh Loudermilk, linebacker Quincy Roche and defensive back Tre Norwood all inked their rookie contracts.

Pittsburgh drafted Harvin in the seventh round but he should have a solid chance to compete for the starting punter job. The Steelers traded a 2022 fourth-round pick to get into the fifth round to draft Loudermilk. Roche is going to be part of the outside linebacker rotation very early thanks to his athleticism and lack of depth at the position despite being a sixth-round pick. And Norwood was a do-it-all defensive back and Oklahoma and will fill a similar role on the Steelers defense.

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