Terrell Edmunds says 'thank you' to Steelers plans in apparent goodbye message


It looks like safety Terrell Edmunds is now a former Steeler.

Posting on social media, Edmunds sent a thank you to Pittsburgh fans, accompanied with some photos of his time with the Steelers.

“Thank you Pittsburgh for making my dreams come to reality!,” Edmunds wrote on Twitter. “You will forever be apart of me and my journey! I’m thankful for all of my coaches, teammates and every fan supporting! To my bruddas y’all kno how we rockin, it’s gonna be luv until the wheels fall off.”

The Steelers 2018 first-round pick played well enough, but never well enough to warrant using a first-round pick on him.

Edmunds spent five seasons with the Steelers playing in 79 games, starting in 75.

He has 410 total tackles with five interceptions, 26 passes defended, one fumble recovery.

An unrestricted free agent, Edmunds signed a one-year- $2.53 million contract for 2022.

Safety Damontae Kazee re-signed with the Steelers last week.

The 29-year-old, drafted in the 5th round by Atlanta in 2017, Kazee played in nine games for the Steelers last season, starting in four.

In 2022, Kazee had 20 total tackles, two passes defended and two interceptions for 14 yards.

Kazee’s deal is also reportedly two years. No immediate word on the financial details of that deal.

With Edmunds apparently not returning, Kazee will see more playing time in 2023.

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