Steelers Trade With Cardinals For OT Levi Brown

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh Steelers made a trade with the Arizona Cardinals in an effort to beef up their offensive line.

The Steelers announced they have traded for offensive tackle Levi Brown.

The team says they are getting a conditional pick in the deal.

To make room for the trade, Isaiah Green was released.

Brown is signed until 2016 and has a $4.75 million base salary this season.

Brown, a former Penn State star, started every game for Arizona in 2008-11 but missed all of last season because of a triceps injury.

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