Steelers To Work Out Former Cardinals OL D’Anthony Batiste
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Aug 3, 2013
Last year, Batiste appeared in 12 games for the Cardinals, starting 10. The latest step comes from veteran D’Anthony Batiste. Adam Caplan of ESPN has confirmed that the Steelers will chat with former Arizona Cardinals OT D’Anthony Batiste. Batiste, 31, has appeared in 37 games with 14 starts during an NFL career that has taken him from Dallas to Carolina to Atlanta to Washington to Denver and to Arizona. Other than the Cards, Batiste has been with the Panthers, Redskins, Falcons and Broncos in his career, he also had time in the AFL2 and CFL in his career of musical teams in pro football. Though the Pittsburgh Steelers have improved significantly along the offensive line in recent years, they’re still trying to get better. The move clearly is for depth on the line, and while he didn’t play well last season, the team must have seen enough in the workouts for them to make a deal to ink him.
Steelers Ink OL Batiste, Put Rookie Embernate On Waived/Injured List
The Steelers have added hopeful depth on the offensive line, as today the team signed journeyman linemen D’Anthony Batiste to a contract. The team waived rookie guard Nik Embernate, who a few days back tore his ACL and MCL. There was some chatter that E…