Following a late-season surge, the Pittsburgh Steelers were able to continue their streak of finishing the season with a .500 record or better, but that wasn't good enough to get them into the postseason.
Looking toward next season, the Steelers have plenty of things they need to address on thier roster. On Tuesday, they decided to shore up the wideout spot by signing veteran Anthony Miller to a one-year deal.
He was in training camp with the team but suffered a shoulder injury that limited him to appearing in only one game this past season.
Miller has failed to live up to the hype he came into the league with. A former second-round pick by the Chicago Bears out of the University of Memphis, Miller was thought to have No. 1 wideout potential at first, but that never formulated.
His best season came in his second year in the league in 2019, when he hauled in 52 catches for 656 yards and two touchdowns. He also had seven touchdowns during his rookie season, but with less yards and catches.
Nevertheless, Pittsburgh is taking another shot on Miller for next season, hoping they can still pry some of that potential out of the 28-year-old.
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