PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed Chris Boswell and Vince Williams to new deals.READ MORE: Bowling Green State University Fraternity Suspended After Student Hospitalized
The Steelers announced they signed Boswell to a five-year deal Thursday afternoon.
Boswell made four game-winning field goals during the 2017 season. Three of those came as time expired, which tied the record for most in a single season since the 1970 NFL merger.
Last season, he made 35 of 38 field goals, including a perfect four-for-four from 50 yards or more. He also made 37 of 39 extra points.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Weather: Clear Skies, Sunny Sunday
For his career, Boswell has made 85 of 95 field goals and 99 of 102 extra points.
Later, the team announced it had signed Williams to a four-year deal, which will keep him in Pittsburgh through the 2021 season.
Last year, he set a single season career-highs with eight sacks and 88 tackles.
Williams was drafted by the Steelers in the sixth round of the 2013 NFL Draft.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Area Residents Still Receiving Chase Bank Cards They Did Not Sign Up For
Financial terms of the deals were not disclosed.