The Pittsburgh Steelers reached a three-year deal with former Philadelphia Eagles guard Isaac Seumalo, according to multiple reports.
Seumalo, 29, moved from left to right guard last season and started all 20 games, including the playoffs, for the NFC champions.
He appeared in 81 games (60 starts) over seven seasons with the Eagles, but had missed 14 games in 2021 and seven contests in 2020 due to injuries.
Philadelphia drafted Seumalo in the third round in 2016 out of Oregon State.
He becomes the second offensive lineman to join the Steelers in free agency. Guard Nate Herbig, Seumalo's former teammate with the Eagles (2019-21), signed a two-year deal worth $8 million. The price tag on Seumalo's deal was not reported.
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