The poor performance of the Pittsburgh Steelers this week and Vance McDonald (Vance McDonald) on the COVID-19 list prompted them to introduce free agents for exercise.
According to the National Football League (NFL) deal, the Steelers are studying the free agent tight end TE Charles Jones II of Duran’s products.
Jones initially joined the NFL as an unsigned free agent in 2019 and spent his first season with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He spent most of his rookie season on the Jaguars practice team before finally being promoted to the 53-man lineup later this year. In four games, he only had a 5-yard goal.
Davis spent many hours on the Jaguar Reserve/COVID-19 roster, and this offseason was finally released in September due to an injury settlement. In late October, Buffalo Bills signed his practice class, but parted ways with him a few days later.
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If the Steelers sign Jones, it is likely to be their professional lineup.