Steelers re-sign James Pierre

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The Steelers have brought back a member of their secondary.

Pittsburgh announced on Tuesday that the club has re-signed cornerback James Pierre to a one-year deal.

Pierre appeared in al 17 games for Pittsburgh last year. He was on the field for 45 percent of the special teams snaps and 24 percent of defensive snaps.

He recorded 29 total tackles, a fumble recovery, four passes defensed, and an interception in 2022.

Having entered the league as an undrafted free agent in 2020, Pierre was not tendered as a restricted free agent before the start of the new league year.

Pierre now returns to the organization he’s been with since coming out of FAU.

2 responses to “Steelers re-sign James Pierre

  1. That’s a good keep for Steelers. Their free agent signings and resigning of own players has pretty much left them open to drafting best available players with their 3 picks in the first 49. Great to have a Qb on a rookie contract.

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