Saturday night, the Pittsburgh Steelers added a state-wide starter to their offensive line.
ESPN reported that Isaac Seumalo signed a three-year contract with Pittsburgh.
The Steelers' offensive line free agents include Nate Herbig and Seumalo.
Former Eagles VP of player personnel Andy Weidl is the Steelers' new deputy general manager.
Seumalo's transfer provides guard rivalry and gives the Steelers interior line versatility in 2022.
Despite injuries, Seumalo participated in all 17 games for the Eagles in 2022.
Top guard Seumalo's agility and body control help him win pass and run block battles.
Seumalo, the Eagles' third-round choice in 2016, started 60 games and was part of a good offensive line.
He helped create the offensive line game plan with position coach Jeff Stoutland and centre Jason Kelce.