Pittsburgh Steelers Sign Veteran Wide Receiver

The Pittsburgh Steelers have seemingly found their Quarterback of the future in Kenny Pickett, who bounced back from a slow start to deliver a solid rookie campaign, and now, they'll look to build around him and this solid defence as they aim to get back to the post-season.

George Pickens is the clear future No. 1 alongside Diontae Johnson, so now the team has added some solid depth pieces, with former second round pick Anthony Miller signed to a 1-year deal today, with a good chance he can mark the roster going forward.

In four years at the NFL level with three teams, Miller has racked up 140 catches for 1,589 yards and 12 Touchdowns, and while he certainly isn't a star, he could end up being a solid pickup for a talented young Steelers team.

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