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Steelers reportedly come to terms with linebacker Patrick Queen

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been quiet so far in free agency, with only the one-year deal with Russell Wilson and a 3-year deal with punter Cameron Johnston as the only two moves to be reported at this time.

But that changed on Tuesday when the Steelers reported came to terms on a contract with former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

If the report is true, this brings Queen to the Steel City for an average cost per year of $13.67 million. Playing his first four seasons in Baltimore as a 2020 first-round draft pick, Queen was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2023 as well as second team All-Pro. In four seasons, Queen has never missed a start in his career. With 13.5 career sacks and over four hundred and fifty tackles, Queen also has five forced fumbles, six fumble recoveries with one being for a touchdown, and four interceptions .

The Steelers still have plenty of salary cap space to go out and bring in plenty of talented players to help round out their roster before the 2024 NFL Draft rolls around at the end of April. To get all the latest news and notes surrounding the black-and-gold, be sure to stay tuned to SCN for all your Pittsburgh Steelers needs.


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