Steelers sign two draft picks

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Steelers draft picks Daniel McCullers and Rob Blanchflower signed their rookie contracts this morning.

McCullers, a defensive lineman from Tennessee, and Blanchflower, a tight end from the University of Massachusetts, both took part in the team’s rookie minicamp over the weekend.

The Steelers other draft choices are not expected to sign until June 2, when they receive some salary cap relief from the release of linebacker LaMarr Woodley.

McCullers, who is 6 feet 7 and 352 pounds, played two seasons for the Volunteers and started 19 of 22 games.

Blanchflower started 27 games for the Minutemen and recorded 109 receptions during his four-year college career.


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