UDFA P.J. Locke Seeks Help from Former Steelers’ Safety

By Brandon J. Wallace

Texas safety P.J. Locke is one of very few undrafted free agents the Pittsburgh Steelers have invested in post 2019 NFL Draft. Sunday, the hard-hitting safety took to Twitter to express his willingness to learn from a former Steelers’ safety, and it did not go unnoticed. Have a look:

Clark, who like Locke went undrafted, signed with the Steelers back in 2006 (previously with the New York Giants and Washington Redskins). He was a Pro Bowler in 2011 and is now an ESPN analyst.

As for Locke, he’ll look to make the Steelers final roster as he begins his training with Clark. Locke will be battling fellow undrafted free agent Dravon Askey-Henry for a spot, as well as Jack Tocho and Kameron Kelly who previously played in the AAF.

More to come.


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