The Pittsburgh Steelers offseason roster grew by one player on Tuesday as the team has announced that running back Darrin Hall has been signed to a Reserve/Future contract.
Hall, who played at the University of Pittsburgh, spent time two different stints on the Steelers practice squad during the 2019 season. He rushed for 2189 yards and 21 touchdowns on 381 total carries during his college career and caught 38 passes for another 267 yards and a touchdown.
At his March 2019 pro day, Hall reportedly measured in at 5115, 217-pounds. He reportedly ran his 40-yard dash in 4.52-seconds after he did not receive an invite to participate in the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine.
Hall went undrafted this year and was signed originally by the Cleveland Browns as a free agent. He then went on to spend time with the Cincinnati Bengals and Green Bay Packers during the 2019 offseason.
Hall is the twelfth player the Steelers have signed to a Reserve/Future contract this offseason. Immediately after the 2019 season ended the team signed the eleven players from their season-ending practice squad, wide receiver Jamal Custis, wide receiver Quadree Henderson, quarterback J.T. Barrett, cornerback Alexander Myres, running back Ralph Webb, safety Tray Matthews, tight end Christian Scotland-Williamson, tackle Christian DiLauro, tackle Derwin Gray, tight end Kevin Rader and defensive end Henry Mondeaux, to Reserve/Future contracts.