The Pittsburgh Steelers announced a roster move prior to training camp, signing offensive tackle Kelvin Palmer. Safety Jordan Dangerfield was released in a corresponding move.
Palmer went undrafted in 2014 before spending some time with the Arizona Cardinals and Kansas City Chiefs. He came into Baylor’s Pro Day at 6’3/4, 302 pounds. He started one year at Baylor, receiving ten starts at right tackle and three on the left.
Our own Jon Ledyard offered a short scouting report on him.
Predictably, the Steelers released a safety, their heaviest position with ten players. Dangerfield was in camp with the team in 2014, praised by fans for his hard-hitting style.
The team reports to training camp tomorrow.