The Steelers have signed one of their utility players on Thursday.
Steelers' long snapper Greg Warren was rewarded with a new one-year contract after being one of the most consistent players on the team.
Warren, 34, hasn’t missed a game since 2009. He’s been with the Steelers since 2005.
Warren started as an undrafted rookie and has played in 165 regular-season games and 12 playoff games. His 165 regular-season games are the fifth-most among active Steelers, and he’s one of three active Steelers who have won a Super Bowl ring with the team. He also played last season on a one-year contract.
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