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NFL Trade Rumors:
According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Steelers have signed former Cardinals CB William Gay.
The Steelers today signed cornerback William Gay to a contract, the player’s agent confirmed. Gay was released by Arizona
— Ed Bouchette (@EdBouchette) March 4, 2013
Gay, 28, signed with the Cardinals last season, but it obviously didn’t work out the way they hoped it would. According to Pro Football Focus, Gay graded out as the No. 209 out of 217 qualifying cornerbacks.
The Steelers could use some additional depth in their secondary and Gay was an above average option for Pittsburgh last season, so the move does make sense from their end.
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