2012 Steelers Offseason: Pittsburgh Hosts LB Brandon Johnson, K Dave Rayner

The major free agents have already signed with other teams, but there is still some quality depth out there for teams to pick up. The Steelers are making a couple of moves on free agents and will be hosting a few at their facility this week, via Adam Schefter.

This was Johnson's fourth year in Cincinnati. He appeared in 16 games and registered 20 solo tackles. In addition to Johnson, the Steelers will be bringing in some competition for their incumbent kicker.

Rayner has only appeared in 19 games since 2007 in stints with San Diego, Oakland, Detroit, Cincinnati and Buffalo. I suppose he could provide some competition for Suisham, but he likely won't be an upgrade.

For more on the Pittsburgh Steelers, head on over to Behind the Steel Curtain. For all the latest offseason news across the league, please visit the SB Nation NFL Hub Page.

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