The Pittsburgh Steelers had a busy Tuesday. They signed defensive lineman Larry Ogunjobi to a three-year contract worth nearly $29 million. They also inked Damontae Kazee to a new two-year agreement. Kazee was brought in as a free agent prior to last season, and served as the primary back-up to Minkah Fitzpatrick.
The Steelers have also signed right guard Nate Herbig to a two-year free agent deal. He started 11 games for the New York Jets last season.
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