PITTSBURGH, PA — The Pittsburgh Steelers have already made two big additions along the offensive line, signing Nate Herbig and Issac Seumalo, likely to take on major snaps this season. Now the front office has turned their attention to building the depth at that position.
The Steelers’ latest free agent signing is reserve offensive tackle Le’Raven Collins, a six-year veteran who’s spent time with the Indianapolis Colts, Philadelphia Eagles and Tennessee Titans. Jordan Schultz of The Score first reported the signing. Financial details have not yet been released.
Clark, a former third round pick of the Colts in the 2016 draft by way of Texas Tech, has appeared in 64 games and started 18.
He can play tackle on both sides of the line, offering some versatility.
He played in a career-low 14% of the Titans’ offensive snaps during his lone season in Nashville last year, during which he played in 13 games and started two. He also played in 13% of their special teams snaps.