Scott (6-4, 319), out of Tennessee, was the Steelers’ first of three fifth-round picks (151st overall) in this year’s Draft. Scott started the final 39 games of his career at left tackle and helped the Vols’ offense average 157 rushing yards per game and 383 total yards per game in 2009.
Butler (6-0, 191) was the second of three fifth-round selections (164th overall) in this year’s NFL Draft. Butler was an honorable mention all-ACC honoree in 2009 as Clemson finished sixth in the NCAA in pass defense. He started the final 40 games of his career and finished his career with 11 interceptions.
The Steelers now have eight of their 10 draft picks from this year’s NFL Draft signed to contracts. First-round offensive lineman
The Steelers released rookie free agent Da’Mon Cromartie-Smith.