Steelers Come to Terms with Third-Round Pick CB Cameron Sutton

The Steelers on Tuesday announced that they have come to terms with third-round cornerback Cameron Sutton.

Sutton was a four-year standout CB for Tennessee, setting a school-record in passes defended along the way.

He was one of two cornerbacks taken by the black and gold in the 2017 NFL Draft. The team also picked up Brian Allen in the fifth round.

With Sutton aboard, the only rookie Steeler without a deal is first-round pick linebacker T.J. Watt.

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