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Connellsville grad McCrae among 15 undrafted free agents to sign with Steelers

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TJ's DeCicco, McKeesport's Leonard among other local players to sign

The Steelers have signed 18 undrafted free agents, including 2006 Connellsville High School graduate Terrence McCrae, a wide receiver out of Ohio University.

The other signings include defensive end of North Dakota, cornerback Niles Brinkley from Wisconsin, long snapper Derek Chard of UConn, tight end Vaughn Charlton of Temple, defensive end Miguel Chavis from Clemson, linebacker Eric Clanton of The Citadel, running back John Clay of Wisconsin, defensive tackle Anthony Gray from Southern Miss, safety Brent Greenwood of Iowa, receiver Eric Greenwood from Idaho, offensive tackle Joshua Harrison of South Carolina State, linebacker Mario Harvey of Marshall, center Colin Miller from Central Michigan, receiver Adam Mims out of Furman, receiver Armand Robinson from Miami, tight end Wes Saunders from South Carolina, and offensive tackle Trevis Turner of Abilene Christian.

Elsewhere, former Pitt safety Dom DeCicco, a graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School, signed a free agent deal with the Chicago Bears, while ex-Pitt fullback Henry Hynoski signed with the New York Giants.

Former Vest Virginia and McKeesport linebacker Anthony Leonard signed a free agent deal with the New England Patriots.

Josh Portis, quarterback from Cal-PA, was signed by the Seattle Seahawks.

Also, a pair of former Penn State players agreed to terms with NFL teams on Monday. Wide receiver/tight end Brett Brackett agreed to a deal with the Miami Dolphins and linebacker Chris Colasanti signed with the Indianapolis Colts.

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