The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed guard Isaac Seumalo to a three-year deal, according to sources.

Seumalo is the second offensive lineman the Steelers have signed this offseason, joining Nate Herbig.

Both Herbig and Seumalo have ties to first-year Steelers assistant general manager Andy Weidl, who spent six seasons in the Philadelphia Eagles' front office, including three as the vice president of player personnel.

A left guard for most of his career, Seumalo switched to right guard for the 2022 season and offers the Steelers flexibility on the interior of the line.