With wide receiver Antonio Brown out with an ankle injury and rookie return specialist Chris Rainey battling a rib injury, the Pittsburgh Steelers made a move to add depth to their special teams and wide receiver corps. On Monday, the team waived nose tackle Ta'amu and signed wide receiver David Gilreath from the practice squad.
There was no immediate word on whether any team put in a waiver claim for the troubled defensive tackle, but with the amount of teams playing a 3-4 scheme, it is possible.
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