PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — The Pittsburgh Steelers signed two veterans to their roster Wednesday, adding long snapper Matt Katula and linebacker Brandon Johnson.

Katula is a seven-year veteran, appearing in 93 games between Minnesota, Baltimore and New England. Most recenty, Katula played for the Vikings in 2011.

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Johnson spent the last four seasons with Cincinnati as a backup linebacker and special teams ace.

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In order to make room for Katula and Johnson, the Steelers released wide receiver Wes Lyons and placed wide receiver Connor Dixon on the waived/injured list.

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