The Pittsburgh Steelers made their second big signing of free agency today, by signing a member of this year's Super Bowl Championship defense.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed offensive tackle Ryan Harris to a two-year, $3.9-million contract, reports Troy Renck of The Denver Post.
Harris started all 16 regular-season games for the Denver Broncos in 2015, filling in at left tackle after Ryan Clady was lost for the year.
The 31-year-old's deal indicates that free agent Kelvin Beachum, who has been visiting other teams, will not return to Pittsburgh. Although Harris' relatively small deal means that the door is not completely closed on Beachum re-signing.
Harris will likely provide depth at right and left tackle, as he's played both positions throughout his eight-year NFL career.
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