First Round of Steelers Training Camp Cuts Revealed

Adam Taylor McKillop
The Steelers' first round of training camp cuts have been revealed.
The Steelers' first round of training camp cuts have been revealed. / Mitchell Leff/Getty Images
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The Pittsburgh Steelers kicked off their preseason schedule with a pair of wins, 16-3 over the Dallas Cowboys in the Hall of Fame Game, and 24-16 over the Philadelphia Eagles. They faced some tough decisions right after, though, with the first training camp cut date approaching.

Steelers Training Camp News

Pittsburgh has made their first round of cuts to get down to 85 players.

Steelers Training Camp Cuts

Pittsburgh announced five roster cuts to get down to Tuesday's 85-man limit: wide receiver Isaiah McKoy, offensive tackle Brandon Walton, kicker Sam Sloman, defensive tackle Abdullah Anderson and defensive back Stephen Denmark.

McKoy, Walton and Denmark are a trio of undrafted free agents from the past few seasons. Sloman kicked 10-of-12 field goal attempts with the Los Angeles Rams and Tennessee Titans last year, but Chris Boswell remains the starter in Pittsburgh. Anderson has played seven games across the past two seasons with the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings.

NFL Cut Down Dates 2021

Here's the full list of when cuts will need to be made during the preseason.

Teams will trim down to 80 players on Aug. 24, and down to 53 players on Aug. 31.


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