Steelers sign free agent RB/kick returner Davis

Steelers sign free agent RB/kick returner Davis

Sensabaugh might not be the star-studded free agent fans expected, but he brings experience at a position of need.

The Pittsburgh Steelers were floated as a possible Jamaal Charles landing spot and they are interested in a Kansas City Chiefs running back. just not Jamaal Charles. After being traded to the Green Bay Packers last October, Davis was eventually waived a few weeks later and claimed by the New York Jets before quickly being waived again.

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As for Davis, who was drafted originally by the Kansas City Chiefs in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft out of Arkansas, he had all of 18 rushes for 28 yards last season. Davis has a feather in his cap most running backs don't have, and that is the ability to also double as a kick returner.

Other than in the return game, Davis is a dual threat back who is capable of carrying the ball, as well as catching the ball out of the backfield. His best season was in 2015 when he started 15 games, apart from that year, he has never seen more than six starts in a season.

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Sensabaugh played for the Giants and Rams last season, starting two games of the 13 he played.

Sensabaugh has made 29 starts in 72 career games, with two interceptions. He was Tennessee's fourth-round pick in the 2012 draft out of Clemson. Sensabaugh played 114 snaps in 10 games with the Giants past year and opened the season by playing in three games with the Rams.

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