The Steelers signed their final draft pick Wednesday afternoon when they agreed to terms with first-rounder T.J. Watt on a four-year contract.
Watt’s signing came one day after third-rounder Cam Sutton signed his four-year deal. They were the last two players unsigned heading into mandatory minicamp.
Watt, an outside linebacker from Wisconsin, was the 30th overall pick in the draft. He had 70 tackles, including 17 for a loss, and 11.5 sacks at Wisconsin.
Rushel Shell, the former Hopewell star running back who made college stops at Pitt and West Virginia, was released Wednesday and replaced by Brandon Brown-Dukes, the former Mercyhurst running back, on the 90-man roster.
Brown-Dukes is a former member of the Steelers practice squad.