The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed safety Keanu Neal to a two-year contract. Neal was the 17th overall selection in the 2016 draft by the Atlanta Falcons. He forced five fumbles his rookie season. He was named to the Pro Bowl in his second year after forcing three more fumbles and making 116 tackles. After spending his first five seasons in Atlanta, he spent one year in Dallas and then Tampa Bay last year. He was a part-time starter for the Buccaneers, making 63 tackles and had one interception.
The Steelers have also signed back-up defensive lineman Breidan Fehoko, who spent the last two seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers. He appeared in 19 games and started four.
The Steelers also hosted a visit from former outside linebacker Bud Dupree, who was released earlier this month by the Tennessee Titans.