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Sunday, July 31, 2011
 

The Steelers have come to an agreement with veteran free agent running back Mewelde Moore.

The 5-11, 209-pounder spent the past three years with the Steelers, predominately as a third-down back.

Moore had 33 carries for 99 yards a season ago and 26 catches for 205 yards.

The Steelers were in need of a third-down back. The role was filled during today's first day of full padded practice by rookie Baron Batch.

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