Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said the Steelers have no plans to sign another quarterback.
By Ed Bouchette Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The Steelers have worked out two young quarterbacks but do not plan to sign one, either to their 53-man roster or their practice squad this week, even though Dennis Dixon will have surgery on his injured left knee Wednesday.
Former WVU quarterback Jarrett Brown is here today, and they also worked out Levi Brown, most recently with the Buffalo Bills.
Mike Tomlin said they have no plans to sign a third quarterback, and another source said they will not sign one to the practice squad either.
That news means the Steelers are confident that Bryon Leftwich's left knee is healthy enough for them to go with him and Charlie Batch as their only two quarterbacks vs. the Buccaneers in Tampa Sunday. Leftwich sprained the MCL in his left knee Sept. 2 and returned on a limited basis to practice last week.