The Pittsburgh Steelers have made their second trade of the day, acquiring Minnesota Vikings OL Jesse Davis, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, who tweeted the news moments ago.
Rapoport notes the compensation is light, a 2025 conditional seventh-round pick.
Undrafted out of Idaho in 2015, Davis has made 72 starts, all with the Miami Dolphins. He started 16 games last year before signing with the Minnesota Vikings this March on a one-year deal with the team. Davis offers guard and tackle versatility, and he’ll add to a Steelers’ offensive line that’s struggled all summer.
Here are Davis’ contract details.
Earlier today, the team acquired EDGE rusher Malik Reed from the Denver Broncos.