The Pittsburgh Steelers accompanied the close of their annual mini-camp on Thursday with the announcement that the team has signed the last of their nine 2013 draft choices.
Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones was the second of two fourth-round draft picks owned by the Steelers, the 115th overall selection, and the highest pick that Pittsburgh has used on a quarterback since they took current QB Ben Roethlisberger in the first round in 2004.
Jones’ deal is for four years. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Jones is expected to compete with former Alabama quarterback John Parker Wilson for the number-3 position on the Steelers’ depth chart, behind Roethlisberger and recently-signed veteran Bruce Gradkowski.