Third-round pick agrees to terms

The Fourth of July means it's the gun lap for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who signed Tony Hills on July 3. They signed another pick last night. Read below for details.

According to, the Steelers have reached a contract agreement with third-round pick Bruce Davis. He agreed to a three-year deal worth $1.65M, that includes a signing bonus of $500,000.

Davis, an outside linebacker out of UCLA, will earn salaries of $295,000 (2008), $385,000 (2009), and $470,000 (2010). Recommended Stories

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