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The Pittsburgh Steelers reached a three-year agreement with fourth-round pick Tony Hills, the team announced Monday. The left tackle started 24 career games for the University of Texas but suffered a broken fibula toward the end of his senior season. Pittsburgh still has six unsigned draftees remaining, including first-round pick Rashard Mendenhall, a running back from the University of Illinois, and former Texas receiver and second-round pick Limas Sweed.
The Steelers report to training camp in Latrobe, Pa., on July 27.