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Steelers add Kyle Allen and Dean Lowry to roster

The Pittsburgh Steelers have solidified their quarterback depth chart for the upcoming season by signing Kyle Allen as their third-string quarterback. General Manager Omar Khan announced the news today, adding that the team has acquired a fourth arm for training camp.

Allen, who is 28 years old, entered the league as an undrafted rookie with the Carolina Panthers in 2018. He has also spent time with Washington, Houston, and Buffalo during his career. While he struggled during his time as a starter in Carolina in 2019, Allen has shown enough potential to stick around in the league as a backup quarterback. The Steelers now have three quarterbacks on their roster and are looking to build depth at key positions as they prepare for the upcoming season.

In addition to signing Kyle Allen, the Steelers have also added defensive end Dean Lowry to their roster. Lowry played for the Minnesota Vikings last season and appeared in nine games with four starts. With these recent acquisitions, the Steelers are looking to strengthen their team and prepare for success in the upcoming season.

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