Steelers work out return man

The Steelers worked out a return man Thursday morning in anticipating of placing punter Dan Sepulveda on injured reserve.

The Steelers this morning worked out wide receiver Eddie Drummond, whose main job with the club would be as a return man.

Drummond, 28, was born in Pittsburgh and played collegiately at Penn State. He was drafted in 2002 by the Detroit Lions and spent five seasons with the team. Last year, Drummond played for the Kansas City Chiefs and averaged 21.2 yards per kickoff return and 6.9 yards per punt return.

For his career, Drummond has returned 250 kickoffs for a 23.2 average and two touchdowns, and 140 punts for a 9.1 average and four touchdowns. He's caught four career passes for seven yards.


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