Two Former Steelers Win Super Bowl LVIII

The former Pittsburgh Steelers draft picks are walking away champions this season.

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers had representation on both sides of the field in Super Bowl LVIII, and with the Kansas City Chiefs winning back-to-back championships, two former Steelers earned rings. 

Former seventh-round pick Chris Oladokun won his second Super Bowl with the Chiefs, joining the team's practice squad last season and sticking with them throughout the 2024 year. 

The quarterback has yet to play an NFL game but continues to provide help for the Chiefs during the practice week. He was shown multiple times throughout the broadcast working with Mahomes and company on the sideline. 

Defensive tackle Isaiah Buggs won his first Lombardi this season, joining the Chiefs late in the year as a member of their practice squad. The former Lions starter was released last month before being picked up by Kansas City. 

Now, he'll end the season as a Super Bowl Champion. 

Buggs was the Steelers sixth-round pick and played three seasons in Pittsburgh before his release. He eventually joined the Las Vegas Raiders and then the Lions. In his career, he's started 23 games. 

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