Levi Wallace leaving Bills for Steelers
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — A day after the Bills began turning the free agency wheels, other teams have as well including the Steelers.
They’ve signed cornerback Levi Wallace with a reported value of $8 million over two years.
Wallace departs Buffalo, the only NFL home he has known, after being signed to the practice squad as an undrafted free agent in 2018.
He quickly made the active roster and intercept two passes in the last three regular seasons apiece following his rookie year. This past season, Wallace registered his first postseason interception when he picked off Mac Jones in the AFC Wild Card Round and wound up finishing the year with ten deflected passes, a team-high.