The Pittsburgh Steelers made their second foray into the free agency wilderness by signing both running back Knile Davis and cornerback Coty Sensabaugh.

Drafted in the 2nd round by the Kansas City Chiefs, Davis briefly spent time with the Green Bay Packers last season, but was released. He will likely compete in training camp with running back Fitzgerald Toussaint for the #3 back and kick return positions. Bringing Davis into the organization is unlikely to have an impact on the Steelers’ draft plans moving forward.

Sensabaugh was drafted in the 4th round by the Tennessee Titans in 2012 and has spent time with the Los Angeles Rams and, most recently (2016), the New York Giants. Sensabaugh, like Davis, will not have a major impact on the Steelers’ draft plans and will likely provide a depth as as both an outside and slot corner. He will need to carve out a role on special teams in order to make the final 53- man roster.

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