Steelers Sign First-Round Draft Pick Terrell Edmunds

6’0″, 217 lb. first-round draft pick Terrell Edmunds signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to a four-year rookie deal for $10.8 million on Tuesday. The deal also includes a signing bonus of nearly $6 million and a fifth-year option.

At just 21 years of age, Edmunds started 31/37 games at Virginia Tech, and added 182 total tackles. He and his brother Tremaine Edmunds (Buffalo Bills) were the first set of brothers to be drafted in the first-round of the NFL Draft in league history.

Edmunds looks to help fill the role Ryan Shazier left behind last season and contribute heavily on the defensive side of the ball for the Steelers. Among the rest of the league’s notable unsigned draft picks include Baker Mayfield, Josh Rosen, Denzel Ward, Josh Allen and Smith, and second-rounder Dante Pettis.


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