One of the best in the NFL is the rivalry between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens. Baltimore and Pittsburgh have played in some of the most competitive games since the Ravens joined the league.
The NFL moved the two clubs’ Week 17 game to Sunday Night Football in large part due to the AFC North rivalry game’s attraction to a global audience.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter,
Why would the 7-8 Steelers, who are still in the running for the playoffs, be moved to prime time? The Steelers are mathematically ineligible for the playoffs after the Green Bay Packers defeated the Miami Dolphins on Christmas Day.
This signifies that the team’s aspirations are still alive, which will heighten the excitement of the contest.
The Ravens defeated the Steelers 16-14 in Week 14’s matchup between these two teams at Acrisure Stadium. Kenny Pickett, a rookie quarterback, was eliminated from that game early in the first quarter. When Mitch Trubisky took over, his three interceptions broke the home team’s back.
Although the Ravens have already secured a position in the playoffs, the ongoing saga of Lamar Jackson’s health and availability will be one to follow.
Follow the Steelers’ progress on BTSC throughout the 2022 regular season to learn more about them.
BACK BEHIND THE STEEL CURTAIN: MORE
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- Three additional players are signed by the Steelers to reserve/future contracts.
- Steelers anticipate a 2023 salary cap rollover.
- Pat Freiermuth describes the severity of his injury and his rehabilitation schedule.
- Steelers on Fire Questions: Is Kenny Pickett the quarterback of choice after the season?
- This season, the Steelers offered everything they had.
After the 2022 season, it’s time to consider what the Pittsburgh Steelers will do with some of their own free agents going into the 2023 campaign. In an ideal scenario, the organisation would have enough cash on hand to pay the players they want to keep while letting the rest go in exchange for a compensatory draught pick.
However, not every free agent is created equal. Free agents come in a variety of forms.
Examine the differences between an Exclusive Rights Free Agent (ERFA), a Restricted Free Agent (RFA), and an Unrestricted Free Agent (UFA) (ERFA). We have all you need for a comprehensive description of each kind of free agent right HERE.
The complete list of Steelers free agents for 2023 can be found below. This list will be updated as players are signed, released, join new teams, and even when rumours of players joining Pittsburgh for the 2023 season circulate.
For the most recent information on Steelers free agency rumours and news, be sure to check back.
Free Agents for the 2023 Pittsburgh Steelers
- Explicit Free Agents (UFA)
- DT Larry Ogunjobi
- QB Mason Rudolph
- LB Devin Bush
- LB Robert Spillane
- CB Cameron Sutton
- FB: Derek Watt
- OL Jesse Davis
- DT Tyson Alualu
- S/LB Marcus Allen
- S. Terrell Edmunds
- OLB Malik Reed
- DE Chris Wormley
- S. Damontae Kazee
- OL Trenton Scott
- S. Karl Joseph
- WR Miles Boykin
- RB Benny Snell Jr.
- TE Zach Gentry
Restricted Free Agent (RFA)
J.C. Hassenauer – C
James Pierre – CB
Exclusive Rights Free Agent (ERFA)
OLB Jamir Jones
S Elijah Riley
official signings of free agents
WR The DB Ja’Marcus Bradley G. Duke Dawson LB William Dunkle RB Emeke Egbule C. Jason Huntley DB Ryan McCollum RB Scott Nelson WR Master Teague TE Cody White The WR Rodney Williams The DB Dez Fitzpatrick DB Madre Harper DB Kenny Robinson RB Chris Wilcox The LB Anthony McFarland Jr. Russell Chapelle DT Wren, Renell
BACK BEHIND THE STEEL CURTAIN: MORE
Three additional players are signed by the Steelers to reserve/future contracts.
Steelers anticipate a 2023 salary cap rollover.
Pat Freiermuth describes the severity of his injury and his rehabilitation schedule.
Steelers Burning Questions: Is Kenny Pickett the quarterback of choice after the season?
This season, the Steelers offered everything they had. Has Connor Heyward established himself as an offensive option?