In late March, the Steelers signed veteran cornerback Coty Sensabaugh, formerly of the New York Giants, for a two-year contract. According to ESPN, the signing might have come sooner, but Sensabaugh was weighing his options, deciding whether to move to the Steelers or stay with the Giants.
The experienced nickel corner first played for the Tennessee Titans, where he stayed for four seasons before heading to the Los Angeles Rams. He only played a few games with the Rams before quickly moving on to the Giants, for whom he played in a total of 10 games.
Among Sensabaugh’s 72 regular season games, the cornerback has racked up 194 tackles with two interceptions. Sensabaugh says he made the move because he wanted to be a part of “something special,” praising the Steelers as a “top-notch” organization.