According to TSN.com, the Steelers will sign B.C. Lions running back Stefan Logan.
"When I tried out in January they said they wanted to sign me then, but we'd have to do it after the Super Bowl," Logan told TSN.
"They told me I had a good opportunity to make the team as a starting kick and punt returner and as a third down back," said the former South Dakota star.
The 27-year old Logan, was among the CFL leaders in rushing yards with 889 yards on just 122 carries. He also caught 52 passes for 477 yards and three touchdowns.
Finding a better option as a kick and punt returner will be a top priority for the Steelers this offseason.
Despite some strong punt returns by Santonio Holmes in the postseason, the return game struggled this season, ranking near the bottom of the league in both punt and kick returns.