PITTSBURGH, PA — The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to add to their band of brothers, selecting Wisconsin linebacker Nick Herbig with the 132nd pick, and their first pick in the fourth round.
The Steelers draft continues to fill holes with the addition of Herbig. So far, they’ve added a left tackle in Broderick Jones, cornerback in Joey Porter Jr., defensive tackle in Keeanu Benton and tight end in Darnell Washington. Now, they add an edge rusher/inside linebacker in Herbig.
Herbig comes to Pittsburgh after 31 games as a Badger, recording 134 tackles, 36 tackles for loss and 21 sacks.
Herbig joins his brother Nate who signed with the Steelers this offseason. This continues to long stretch of siblings in Pittsburgh, including current brothers Cam and Connor Heyward.
The Steelers have two picks left at 241 and 251, both in the seventh round.