BREAKING: Pittsburgh Steelers Add Big-Time Playmaker By Signing 4x Pro Bowl Superstar

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The Pittsburgh Steelers just added another four-time Pro Bowl weapon to their new-look offense.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Steelers have signed special teams return man and wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson to a two-year contract. The move reunites Patterson with offensive coordinator Arthur Smith, who coached the do-it-all playmaker for three seasons in Atlanta.

Patterson joins a Steelers offense that has endured a dramatic change like no other. Gone are the three quarterbacks they used last year in Kenny Pickett (traded to the Philadelphia Eagles), Mitch Trubisky (released and signed with the Buffalo Bills) and Mason Rudolph (signed with the Tennessee Titans).

In come Russell Wilson (signed in free agency), Justin Fields (acquired via trade with the Chicago Bears), and Kyle Allen (signed in fee agency). You can now add Cordarrelle Patterson to the reshaped offense.

Also Read: REPORT: Pittsburgh Steelers Could Make Drastic Roster Move With Russell Wilson During 2024 Season

Though Patterson is mostly known for being a dynamic special teams return man, Smith was able to turn him into a versatile playmaker in Atlanta. In the 2021 season, Patterson had 1,166 yards of offense (618 rushing, 548 receiving) to go along with 434 punt return yards.

A member of the 2010s NFL All-Decade Team, Patterson won a Super Bowl 53 ring with the New England Patriots in the 2018 season. He has 2,511 career rushing yards, 22 rushing touchdowns 298 receptions, 2,795 receiving yards and 16 receiving scores.

Cordarrelle Patterson Can Be A Big-Time Playmaker In Pittsburgh

In a surprise move, the Steelers traded star wide receiver Diontae Johnson to the Carolina Panthers, opening up a void at WR.

So the arrival of Cordarrelle Patterson should be well-received by a Pittsburgh offense that needs additional playmakers to complement the likes of George Pickens, Pat Freiermuth, Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren.

The Steelers won 10 games and reached the postseason in 2023 with an offense that finished 28th in scoring. With a new OC, a new QB room and the addition of Patterson, there’s no telling how much this offense could improve in 2024.

Also Read: REPORT: Surprise New Details Emerge On Steelers’ Long-Term Plans With QB Russell Wilson

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