The Steelers re-signed defensive lineman Chris Wormley to a two-year contract.
Wormley played in 13 games in 2020, starting one, and finished the season with eight tackles, including one for a loss, one sack and three quarterback hits. Wormley missed time after he was placed on the Reserve/Injured List after suffering a knee injury against the Tennessee Titans in Week 7.
The team acquired Wormley and a seventh-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft from the Baltimore Ravens during the 2020 offseason and sent the Ravens their fifth-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Take a look at photographs of Steelers NT Chris Wormley from the 2020 season
Wormley was selected in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the 74th pick overall. He has played in 52 games with 15 starts, including playing in all 16 games in 2019 with seven starts while in Baltimore.
In four seasons he has racked up 62 tackles, 38 of them solo stops, three and a half sacks and seven pass defenses. In 2019 he recorded 33 tackles, one and a half sacks and six quarterback hits, all career highs. He added two pass defenses while helping the Ravens defense rank No. 3 in points allowed (17.6) and No. 4 in yards allowed per game (300.6).
Wormley, 6-5, 300 pounds, played collegiately at the University of Michigan.
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