Former Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman B.J. Finney signed Friday with Pittsburgh - the team for which he played his first four National Football League seasons - per an announcement via Twitter from the Steelers.
Cincinnati released Finney - who played in one game for the Bengals - late last week. Finney left the Steelers as a free agent last year, signing with Seattle. He played in six games for the Seahawks last season before they traded him - along with a seventh-round pick - to the Bengals last October for defensive end Carlos Dunlap.
Dunlap, who spent the first 10 1/2 seasons of his NFL career with the Bengals, confirmed earlier this week that the Seahawks released him, making him an unrestricted free agent.
In February, Dunlap talked in an interview with CBS Sports Radio's Zach Gelb about his departure from Cincinnati and shared his thoughts about the organization and quarterback Joe Burrow.
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