PITTSBURGH, PA — The Pittsburgh Steelers made a free agent move during the NFL Draft, signing former Minnesota Vikings defensive back Chandon Sullivan, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Sullivan entered the league out of Georgia Tech in 2018 and spent one year with the Philadelphia Eagles before joining the Green Bay Packers, playing 49 games, including 20 starts over three seasons.
He spent last year with the Minnesota Vikings, starting 10 games and recording 60 tackles and seven pass deflections.
He has 169 tackles, five interceptions and 23 pass deflections throughout his five-year career.
Sullivan will join the Steelers to compete for a depth role at cornerback with players like James Pierre, Ahkello Witherspoon, Madre Harper and Arthur Maulet. The Steelers added Patrick Peterson through free agency and will also bring back 2023 starter Levi Wallace.
Pittsburgh also added Penn State cornerback Joey Porter Jr. with their second-round pick in the NFL Draft.