The Pittsburgh Steelers have been bringing in offensive lineman left and right. It was one of their weaknesses last season and the Steelers seem intent on adding some depth at that position both through the draft and in free agency. They've added a new tackle who might end up on the practice squad, but should still provide organizational depth.
Steelers signed T Kyle Jolly, formerly of the Falcons.— Steelers Depot (@Steelersdepot) May 17, 2012
Jolly went unselected in the 2010 draft out of the University of North Carolina and has spent some time with the Atlanta Falcons on their practice squad, a role that he will likely continue with the Steelers. If everything goes well for the Steelers he probably won't be seeing the field at all for Pittsburgh this year. But you can never, ever have enough offensive lineman.