The Pittsburgh Steelers announced Tuesday morning they have signed punter Jordan Berry to the offseason roster.
Berry was undrafted out of Eastern Kentucky following the 2013-2014 season. During his senior year, he averaged 43.4 yards per punt with 18 of his 60 punts traveling at least 50 yards.
An Australian from Melbourne High School, Berry has been training with Pro Kick Australia, a program designed to transition Aussie kickers to American Football.
In addition to punting, Berry served as Eastern Kentucky’s holder on field goals.
He becomes the third punter on the Steelers’ roster, joining Brad Wing and Richie Leone.