The Steelers didn't get a safety in the NFL Draft, but they've added two afterward.
P.J. Locke, a 31-game starter at the University of Texas, was signed as an undrafted free agent Monday, the team announced. As a senior, Locke had 77 tackles, 58 solos, two forced fumbles, and finished his college career with an interception in the Sugar Bowl. That raises the total of undrafted free agents signed to 11.
On Saturday, following the draft, the Steelers signed Aliquippa native and West Virginia safety Dravon Askew-Henry. In 2018, his senior year, he amassed 55 tackles (38 solo), including five for a loss, and two interceptions.
Here are the other 9 undrafted free agents to date: