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Steelers add 10 undrafted free agents

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PITTSBURGH, PA - OCTOBER 07: A Pittsburgh Steelers helmet sits on the field prior to the game against the Philadelphia Eagles on October 7, 2012 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images)

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The completion of the draft sparks the commencement of the land rush for undrafted free agents, with teams aggressively pursuing players who weren’t among those on whom the 32 teams squatted in the seven rounds of the selection process. The Steelers are among the first to announce the signing of a group of undrafted free agents for 2016.

Joining the Steelers are Mars Hill defensive lineman Jonny Maxey, Miami (Fla.) linebacker Tyriq McCord, Duke punter Will Monday, Florida State defensive lineman Giorgio Newberry, Colorado running back Christian Powell, Georgia tight end Jay Rome, N.C. State offensive lineman Quinton Schooley, Virginia receiver Canaan Severin, and Jacksonville State defensive lineman Devaunte Sigler.

All teams can have up to 90 players on the roster during the offseason, through training camp, and into the preseason.