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Report: Steelers Work Out OT Joshua Miles

The Pittsburgh Steelers worked out OT Joshua Miles, according to KPRC’s Aaron Wilson. Though the timeline isn’t clear when it happened, it most likely occurred Monday.

As Wilson notes, Miles, 27, is a small schooler from Morgan State. A seventh-round pick of the Arizona Cardinals in 2019, he’s appeared in 17 career games, seven in 2019 and 10 in 2021. Most of his time was spent on special teams and to date, he’s logged only 23 offensive snaps.

Miles has struggled with injuries, placed on IR in 2021 and 2022. Last season, he was waived/injured on August 30th. In-line with the type of tackle the Steelers are gravitating toward, Miles is a big body at 6’5, 314 pounds with 35 5/8 inch arms.

It’s also important to note that Miles was coached in college by Isaac Williams, hired by the Steelers last season as the team’s assistant offensive line coach to help Pat Meyer.

Pittsburgh could be looking for additional tackle depth behind current starters Dan Moore Jr. and Chukwuma Okorafor. Last week, the team signed veteran Le’Raven Clark, currently slated to be the team’s #3 tackle. The Steelers certainly could draft somebody early next month and Miles, if signed, would be part of the training camp roster just trying to make it to final cutdowns.

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