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.

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

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

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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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