If there is one player, the Steelers should consider bringing back for the 2023 season and beyond its safety Terrell Edmunds.
Edmunds, who is scheduled for free agency, suggested the Steelers could package him with his brother Tremaine Edmunds who plays middle linebacker for the Buffalo Bills.
Tremaine will become an unrestricted free agent this off-season and could find himself at the top of the list of players the Bills will want to get under contract for 2023.
I think I could make a package deal just for my family because, you know, they split up for games and everything like that, to get my mom and dad to come to one home base every week, I’d do that.
– Steelers safety Terrell Edmunds
The Steelers have many holes on their roster heading into the offseason; one is the middle linebacker position. Tremaine Edmunds would bring leadership to the defense, but questions about his play on the field have come up during his time in Buffalo. Tremaine does have a history of missing tackles; however, he’s shown up in the pass-defense game consistently.
While Tremaine does not make the big splash plays most desire, he’s made an impact in the Bills defense, and he’s only 23 years old with room to grow. The offer from Terrell sounds good, but I cannot see the Bills letting him walk at the end of their season.
As for Terrell, the Steelers signed Terrell Edmunds to a 1-year prove-it deal last summer, and he has lived up to his contract. Much like his brother Tremaine, Terrell does not make the splash plays, but he’s been consistently reliable at the safety position opposite of safety Minkah Fitzpatrick.
The last thing the Steelers want to do is create more holes on their roster to fill, and considering Terrell’s 2022 performance; he’s more than worth bringing back to the Black and Gold.
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