Patrick Peterson is a Corner for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Robbie Decerbo, Sports Writer

Recently, the Pittsburgh Steelers lost their best corner in Cam Sutton. He signed a three-year deal with the Lions. Sutton was a huge part of the Steelers and losing him was a big problem.

To replace Sutton, Pittsburgh signed former All-Pro corner Patrick Peterson. Although Peterson isn’t as good as his old self, he still had five interceptions and fifty-six solo tackles.

Peterson is a veteran with a lot of experience, and he brings a lot to the team.

“Peterson, who will be entering his 13th season in the NFL, is a three-time Associated Press First-Team All-Pro selection, making it in 2011 as a punt returner, and 2013 and 2015 as a corner,” says analyst Teresa Varley.

The Steelers also signed free agent linebacker Elandon Roberts to a two-year deal. Last season he played for Miami.

He had good stats last year, and he will be a solid starting linebacker for the Steelers.

“Last season, he recorded career highs with 107 tackles and 4.5 sacks in 17 games while helping Miami clinch its first playoff berth in six years. Roberts finished the season on a strong note by recording two sacks and 21 tackles in the Dolphins’ last three regular-season games,” says analyst Bryan DeArdo.

Another huge signing is safety Keanu Neal, he was drafted by the Falcons, and the last team that he played on was the Buccaneers. He is going to replace the Steelers former strong safety Terell Edmunds.

Neal is a former Pro Bowler and is going to add a lot to the Steelers defense.

“A part-time starter with the Buccaneers, Neal had one interception and 63 tackles during his only season with Tampa Bay,” says DeArdo.