The Pittsburgh Steelers signed two more players to their offseason roster on Friday as Bob Labriola reports that kicker Danny Hrapmann and tight end Zack Pianalto were signed to reserve future contracts.
Hrapmann, a product of Southern Mississippi, was with the Steelers last offseason and 6 for 6 on his attempts during the 2012 preseason with a long of 43. He kicked the 22 yard game-winning field goal with 20 seconds left against the Indianapolis Colts.
Pianalto was originally signed by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent in 2011 after playing his college ball at North Carolina. He made the Bills original 53 man roster for one day before being waived and was subsequently claimed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In the 6 games that Pianalto played in with Buccaneers he recorded 4 catches for 40 yards. Pianalto measured in at the 2011 NFL combine at 6032 and weighed 256 pounds. He ran a 4.78 40 yard dash and did 22 reps on the bench.