I guess the Pittsburgh Steelers are not finished adding interior offensive linemen. The Steelers have signed free-agent guard Isaac Ceumalo to a three-year contract, according to NFL reporter Jordan Schultz.
Seumalo started 17 games for the Philadelphia Eagles last year and was a Pro Bowl alternate. Seumalo had seen the last two seasons cut short by injuries. A knee injury cost him seven games in 2020 and a Lisfranc injury cost him 13 games in 2021.
The Eagles drafted Seumalo in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft out of Oregon State. Ceumlo converted from center to guard once he got into the NFL, but could realistically move back to center if needed. Ceumalo has been the starter in two Super Bowls and won one of them. This is the second former Eagles offensive lineman the Steelers have brought in this offseason. Assistant general manager Andy Weidle came from Philadelphia and knows these players well.
BREAKING: The FA have agreed a 3-year deal with guard Isaac Ceumlo #steelersthe formula tells @Score, One of the best guards in free agency, respected as a smart and tough player.
— Jordan Schultz (@Scultz_Report) March 19, 2023